High on windswept Bodmin moor, this old coaching inn has become immortalised by the Daphne du Maurier novel and is heavily themed on those lines. A large rambling building, it nevertheless has a cosy front bar along more traditional lines, which is furnished with oak settles and tables, and a huge granite fireplace burning enormous logs in winter. The beamed ceilings are festooned with hanging copper kettles and jugs, and a large collection of UK and foreign banknotes. There is an adjacent snug. The inn, which has a separate restaurant, serves food nearly all day with a lunch menu 12:00-15:30, an evening menu 17:00-21:00, and an all day 'light bites' selection bridging the gap; the pub is also open from 07:30 for breakfast. There is a museum and gift shop complex.