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Jamaica Inn

Bolventor, Launceston, PL15 7TS

((()* British
  •  - Cornwall
  •  - Cornwall
  •  - Cornwall
  •  - Cornwall
Average
Main course: £14
Food spend: £25
Opening hours
Monday to Sunday: 07:30 - 16:00 & 17:00 - 21:00.

Great value friendly staff and an amazing setting

Gerrard 30 May 2018
from Menheniot

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Immortalised in Daphne du Maurier’s novel, and the Alfred Hitchcock film and BBC drama of the same name, The Jamaica Inn Bolventor is in the middle of wild and beautiful Bodmin Moor half-way between Launceston and Bodmin. Offering refuge to travellers and smugglers alike for nearly 300 years. The hearty, traditional fare makes the most of fresh, local produce from Devon and Cornwall.

The Pedlars restaurant at Jamaica Inn provides wholesome, homemade mainly English food with specials every evening. Tuck into breakfast, light bites, servery lunches, cream teas and dinner, or the Sunday roast served all year round.

Local real ales and ciders can be enjoyed in front of the fire, or in the large beer garden in the summer months. Exposed stone walls and original wooden beams help the Jamaica Inn pub retain its timeless rustic charm.

On the edge of Bodmin Moor, Jamaica Inn Cornwall sits between Launceston and Bodmin. Both towns are a 15-minute drive away.

Jamaica Inn

Bolventor, Launceston, PL15 7TS

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Customer reviews for Jamaica Inn

3.5 ((()* (based on 15 reviews)
66% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • child friendly (8)
  • views (8)
  • dinner (6)
  • lunch (6)
  • value (4)
  • large parties (3)
  • afternoon tea (2)
  • al fresco (2)
  • romantic (2)
  • ((((( 30 May 2018 by Gerrard from Menheniot

    Great value friendly staff and an amazing setting

  • ((((* 2 September 2017 by Charles from Bournemouth

    Very nice food, always a good place to eat to end the holiday. The kids love the history of the place

  • ((((( 27 August 2017 by Leanne from South Wales

    Lovely pub, great service. I had the Cajun chicken burger and chips. I have to say they were the nicest home cooked chips I've tasted. Delicious.

    The service was excellent too with friendly staff happy to help.

  • (((** 26 August 2017 by Linda from Bodmin

    The restaurant was extremely busy and although we booked for 2.30pm, after deciding we were all going to have the carvery, which was due to finish at 3pm, it was 3.15 and we were still in the queue. After initially being told that the carvery had finished serving we were allowed (after I complained) to choose this option. However, the choice of meat had changed from beef and turkey to pork and chicken! The food was nicely cooked and there were good vegetable choices so we were happy in the end.

  • (((** 21 August 2017 by Barry from Devon

    Convenient meeting point just off A30 if you are willing to accept the typically commercial experience. Helpful and friendly staff but rather like a mass market self service in an olde worldly extended building!

  • (**** 21 August 2017 by Stephanie from Pontypridd

    Over commercialised! Little to no customer service skill shown! In a nutshell The Jamaica Inn is not in my opinion a destination restaurant, it is little more than a cafe with a smuggling museum and gift shop with highly inflated prices! Will not be going back!!!!!

  • ((((* 20 August 2017 by Carol from Launceston

    It was a busy night as they had an event going on and the food was a bit slow coming to the table but the staff did advise me of this when ordering food, I had the steak which was delicious and my Girls had burgers which they really enjoyed, the deserts did take a while to arrive and I was disappointed to see they had taken the crumble off the menu which I always look forward to when I go to the Jamaica inn but overall an enjoyable evening with good food and friendly staff.

  • (**** 10 July 2017 by Kate from Bideford

    Queue at the bar to order, slow service, mediocre food.

  • ((*** 12 April 2017 by Chris from Ipswich

    Unfortunately not as I had expected. I would only recommend going here if you want to go to a cheap tacky tourist pub. Very average pub menu although the food was edible. Friendly staff but the mannequins were in disrepair! The kids loved it but Daphne du Maurier would turn in her grave.

  • (((** 10 August 2016 by Geoff from Camelford

    The ordering of sweets very unclear, we waited to be served at what we thought was the right place only to be told to queue again.

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