The Bush Inn

We are a 13th Century country pub, riddled with history and intrigue. Whatever the weather you can come inside, soak up the atmosphere and keep warm and cosy by the open fire in Winter. In the Summer you and the children will enjoy the outdoor seating and play area in our beer garden with beautiful sea views.

Whether you are looking for a place to stay, a midday snack, an evening meal or a great night out at the weekend, why not pop in and say hi!

Bed & Breakfast


The Hideaway is a self contained converted pottery with amazing views and a double bedroom including a claw footed roll top bath.  There is a fully functioning kitchen, living room with its own multi-fuel stove, and double bedroom with ensuite toilet.

To the rear of the Hideaway is a private seating area where you can enjoy the views of the sea with a drink during those beautiful, long sunny summer evenings.  We allow well behaved dogs to stay at The Hideaway as long as they are kept out of the bedroom’.  We are open all day long, all year round. Serving tasty food (see current serving times) and real ales as well as other delicious beverages all the way until closing time.


Four rooms, all ensuite and a self-catering unit

Private car park

Not suitable for those with limited mobility.

Pets are welcome.

Morwenstow, just off the Coast Path

We really enjoyed our stay at the Bush Inn. We had a lovely meal and appreciated the vegetarian options on offer. The bar area in particular is so charming and all staff were very friendly. The room we stayed in was nicely decorated and comfortable. We loved the garden and the Inn’s location by the coast.

Grace Bravery

As in great staff, great pub, great location, great beer (no Doom Bar or Otter…. Heaven!) Comfy accommodation and good food morning and evening. Cheers.


Very nice Inn with some great features, great food and good choice of beers, comfy bed for a great sleep!


We greatly enjoyed our stay at The Bush Inn. The pub has a lovely location and our rooms did indeed look out over the sea with the sound of the sea to send us to sleep. As the weather was lovely we dined in the garden and enjoyed the spectacular cliff walk to give us an appetite. The food was all freshly prepared and very enjoyable and the St Austell ESB beer was very well kept and 3 pints were necessary! On top of this was the warm welcome and the great company in the bar. Much recommended.


Perfect stay in beautiful setting with great food onsite, will definitely recommend!

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