There will also be some activities to keep the children busy!It would be great to see everyone here helping out this great cause!
The murder took place on the 14th April 1844 and it is said that the ghost of Charlotte Dymond roams the moor on this date wearing the Sunday best clothes she was killed in.
Ghosts often get bored of their unknown existence and therefore causes trouble. Has anyone ever encountered any ghosts misbehaving here at the Jamaica Inn?
Children and Animals are most likely to see and experience the presence of ghosts since they have more level of energy which draws Ghosts to them.
During the early 1900s, the Inn was used as a temperance house, but there have always been spirits of a different kind at Jamaica Inn.
Previous managers of Jamaica Inn have heard conversations uttered in a foreign tongue.
Some have suggested this ‘foreign’ language could, in fact, be old Cornish!
Jamaica Inn is open for food from 7.30am to 9.00pm and we use only the freshest and finest local ingredients whenever possible.
The menu includes delights such as delicious steak pies, succulent gammon steaks, tasty fillets of salmon, vegetarian options and most weekends a hearty Sunday roast from 12 until 3.00pm.
Smuggling evolved when customs dues were first introduced in the thirteenth century, but there was little effective enforcement.
In the 18th century, when taxes rose to fund foreign wars, some goods could be purchased much more cheaply on the continent and smuggling became rife.
Join us for coffee and cake as we take part in the World's Biggest Coffee Morning to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support on Friday 30 September, from 10am to midday.