The Jamaica Inn in Cornwall is reputed to be haunted by a highwayman, a murdered smuggler, a mother and child, and horses.
Jamaica Inn, a coaching house in 1750 as a staging post for changing horses during stagecoach runs over the Bodmin Moor, Cornwall. Made famous as the setting for Daphne du Maurier's novel of the same name
Disused quarry near Minions Bodmin Moor
Jamaica Inn at Bolventor near Bodmin in Cornwall. Built in 1750, this old coaching inn was the inspiration for Du Maurier's wonderful novel of the same name.
Inside Jamaica Inn
A beautiful morning at Jamaica Inn, Bodmin Cornwall.
Jamaica Inn in Cornwall, Cornwall
...Jamaica Inn, Cornwall...home of Daphnie Du Maurier's most famous novel...