High up on the rugged and beautiful Bodmin Moor. This hotel is steeped in history as it was an original smugglers inn. The inn has been made famous by the book written by Daphne Du Maurier called Jamaica Inn which tells stories of the 19th century smugglers. Location wise it is set in dramatic countryside and just off the A30 so easy to get to. The location is central so you can easily visit any of the nearby towns like Bodmin, St Austell, Newquay as well as the coasts if you want to.
The rooms are mixed between traditional with period features and a modern twist. All rooms have free wifi and Sky TV channels including sports and movies. Although the location is pretty remote there are facilities on site such as the bar and restaurant that you can enjoy as well as the museum.
The perfect place hiking or cycling as you have the moors on your doorstep. You can even bring your dog with you as Jamaica Inn is pet friendly.
I recommend this hotel if you want something a bit different with some real character and history. The rooms will not disappoint you and the location is perfect if you want to explore, however you will need a car as the location is remote.