In reality, it's just a hotel on Bodmin Moor. Sure, it's the setting for a famous novel, but that is a tenuous link to anything else you will find there. The very small museum has nothing directly linked to the Inn itself, the gift shop is exactly what you would expect to find at any tourist trap and the farm shop is something and nothing. If you are passing it's possibly worth half an hour if you can spare the tenner for a family entrance to the museum, but I wouldn't make a special journey out here.
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