Daphne du Maurier's Smugglers at Jamaica Inn
At Daphne du Mauriers Smugglers at Jamaica Inn we introduce you to the life and works of Daphne du Maurier, and our arch villain, Demon Darvey, the vicar of Alternun, invites you to enter the exciting theatrical presentation of the Jamaica Inn Story told in tableaux, sound and light. Finally, on to see probably the finest collection of smugglers' relics dating from today back into the mists of time.
|Relax by the fire
Relax by a roaring log fire, enjoy a drink, pub lunch or evening meal in historic surroundings. If you want to spend the night, there are six cosy bedrooms including four-poster beds, all with en-suite facilities.... but beware, for Jamaica Inn is haunted!
Potters Museum of Curiosity
Set in true Victorian fashion, enjoy the work of Walter Potter the famous taxidermist, and see up to 10,000 unique exhibits and memorabilia from all over the world. (Open February ½ half term to December - admission charge).
The Jamaica Inn is located halfway between Bodmin and Launceston just off of the A30 at Bolventnor. Look for the brown signs to Jamaica Inn and Museums. The Jamaica Inn is within easy travelling distance of Plymouth, North Devon and the Cornish coastal resorts.
& Closing Times and Dates
Jamaica Inn open all year except Christmas Eve & Christmas Day
Mr Potters Museum open February to December
Low Season 11am - 4pm
Mid Season 10am - 5pm
High Season 10am - 7pm
Daphne du Maurier's Smugglers
at Jamaica Inn
Bolventor, Launceston Cornwall PL15 7TS
Tel/Fax: 01566 86838