Jamaica Inn

5* Food & Hygiene Inspection

December 22 2015

On the 22nd Decemeber 2015 Jamaica Inn's kitchens had a routine inspection by a Cornwall Council's Enivronmental Health Officer and was awarded a 5* rating which is the highest score the Food Standards Agency can award.

New Farm Shop building starts.

November 03 2015

The building of Jamaica Inn's new Farm Shop starts in November with a target date for opening of Easter 2016. At present, the nearest shops are 11 miles away in Launceston or Bodmin, so locals will be able to do their weekly shop or just pop in for the morning paper, bread or milk without a round trip of over 20 miles! Tourists en route to holiday homes or caravans with have a one-stop option to...

Join us tonight for a Spooky Halloween!

October 31 2015

Jamaica Inn, with its stirring past and eerie location, is frequently named as one of Britain's Most Haunted Inns, so Halloween is the perfect time for a visit to experience this first hand!

New kitchen and food servery OPENS!

July 20 2015

On 23 July Jamaica Inn's large new state-of-the-art kitchen and brand new servery opens. Located in a brand new building at the rear of the Inn, it cost over £600,000 to build and fit out with the latest hi tech ovens, fryers, huge walk-in fridges and freezers, plate warmers, dishwashers etc.  The new food servery has also been newly equipped. The kitchen has been built big enough to also serve...

Jamaica Inn Bike Meet

July 01 2015

Jamaica Inn Bike Meet

Well we couldn't ask for anything nicer as the sun appeared for our Second Monday night Bike Meet. We had an amazing turn out of bikers and support also from the local bikeclub "Moorlanders".Every Monday night we welcome bikers. Start time is 6pm till 11pm. All bikers are welcome and we even have a special Bikers Burger and drink offer on for everyone who has a helmet! So if you...

Join us for our Poldark Coach Tour

June 22 2015

Join us for our Poldark Coach Tour

August 14th ~ 16th

Join us here for a wonderful weekend break away to include a Poldark Coach Tour on the Saturday.

The transportation is the actual tour bus that the actors of Poldark used for filming the current series. You could find yourself sat in your favourite stars seat!

For further information and how to book. Please visit our events page or call 0156686250.

Sponsoring Daphne Du Maurier Day at Fowey Festival

May 05 2015

On May 13th we sponsored a wonderful day, all in the memory of Daphne Du Maurier at the Fowey Festival. This year the du Maurier lecture and luncheon, welcomes guest speaker Andrew Graham, son of Poldark novelist Winston Graham OBE. Amongst other speakers this year was Terry Waite CBE, Penny Junor, Judy Finnigan, Dr Ian Mortimer, Patrick Gale&...

A great turn out for our first TME Networking Event

April 28 2015

April 28th Jamaica Inn held our first Networking Event which was hosted by The Main Event Management and the lovely Gemma Massey. These events are held all over Devon and Cornwall and we were really happy with the amount of guests that chose to attend ours.The event allowed us to showcase the Inn and all the new changes that have and will be coming into place over the next year. Such as our soon to...

Devon & Cornwall Point to point

March 30 2015

Devon & Cornwall Point to point

A great day out was had by all at the Devon and Cornwall Point to Point March 29th.The weather wasn't the most desirable but everybodys spirits were high. Jamaica Inn have been sponsoring the event since 1956 and we are proud to be part of such a wonderful day. We would like to say a big thankyou to all the event organisers, owners, trainers, riders and sponsors for making the event possible. ...

We are Dog Friendly!

March 25 2015

We are Dog Friendly!

Jamaica Inn is set amongst some of the most beautiful scenery in Cornwall. High on Bodmin Moor and is situated in a wonderful wild bit of the county. There are the most beautiful walks all around the inn with lakes and famous historical reminants of days gone by. A basic hike is from Codda Ford just north of Jamaica Inn (as shown above), up Leskernick Hill and onto Buttern Hill before turning...

It’s Time for the Ultimate Coffee Break

March 25 2015

It’s Time for the Ultimate Coffee Break

Coffee is the most popular drink worldwide with over 400 billion cups consumed each year* and therefore, we couldn’t let this go unnoticed! Jamaica Inn has just taken delivery of a brand new state of the art Franke coffee machine, which is sure to delight all coffee lovers.This innovative system produces the highest quality coffee and uses fresh milk and real coffee beans in order to make the perfect...

Ghost Hunting Weekend Spooky Goings On

March 24 2015

What a great weekend was had by all, both the Jamaica Inn Paranormal team and the guests attending our March 20th & 21st Bodmin Jail and Jamaica Inn weekend.Bodmin Jail proved to be just as creepy as ever on the Friday evening with lots of unexplained Paranormal happenings and we even had a rock appear from nowhere?The weather was beautiful for our walk to "Excalibur" Lady of the Lake (Dozmary...

Christmas and New Year

December 11 2014

At Jamaica Inn traditional festive fair is already available every lunchtime and evening right up to Christmas. Then see the fun filled events over Christmas and New year here – amazing live music events with no entry fee, traditional Christmas Day lunch, fantastic New Year’s Eve party and disco and a Murder Mystery to solve over dinner on New Year’s Day.

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Jamaica Inn Planning Approval

December 10 2014

On 10th December Cornwall Council approved the building of a large round Function Suite for up to around 250 guests which will have magnificent views over the moors and will be ideal for weddings and corporate events. The Council also approved a Farm Shop off the carpark which will be a boon for locals who currently have to travel miles to the nearest shop and for tourists on their way to their rented...

Jamaica Inn Becomes Repair Shop

July 04 2014

Jamaica Inn Becomes Repair Shop

Originally built as a coaching inn for weary travellers in 1750, Jamaica Inn went on to become a stop-off point for some less salubrious characters, namely smugglers who used the Inn to hide contraband that had been brought ashore.Nowadays the Inn is still a stopping point for travellers but those of the tourist variety and for the last few days, as a repair stop for former Royal Marine, Richard Steven...

Opening time... Jamaica Inn is open from 7.30am, when breakfast is served to hotel guests and visitors, right through to midnight with dinner being served up to 9pm. The Museum is open from 8am to 9pm throughout the year and the Gift Shop and Farm Shop are open every day with times varying.

Food & Drink
  • Breakfast: 7.30am – 11am
  • Lunch: midday – 3pm
  • Dinner: 5pm – 9pm
  • Cream Teas & Light Bites are served throughout the day

Farm Shop
  • open every day (times may vary)
  • 10am – midnight (Monday – Saturday)
  • midday – 10.30pm (Sunday)

  • 8am – 9pm throughout the year
Where to find us...
High on Bodmin Moor by the A30 about midway between Launceston and Bodmin – see the brown tourist signs.

Tel: +44 (0) 1566 86250
Email: enquiry@JamaicaInn.co.uk
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