The Crows Nest Inn is a beautiful 16th Century white washed building situated in the hamlet of Crows Nest. Located on the Eastern edge of Bodmin Moor, surrounded by old mine engine houses and ancient relics such as Trethevy Quoite, The Cheese Wring and the Hurlers. There is a large open fire burning throughout the winter months which is a welcome sight to many cold travellers and on sunny days, there is a lovely sun trap garden in front of the pub with lots of seating. The Crows Nest offers a large car park and welcome both families and dogs. Horses are also welcome with their riders with tie up and step facilities at the side of the car park.