Smugglers Rock B&B

Historic Guest House in Ravenscar, Yorkshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

Staintondale Road
Ravenscar
Yorkshire
England
YO13 0ER

Smugglers Rock B&B, Ravenscar

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Georgian country house built ca.1840 as a temperance inn. It was later used as a coaching inn and the house has links to smugglers which was once a flourishing business on this part of the Yorkshire coast. The house stands in 30 acres of land on which we have highland cattle ducks chickens and Shetland ponies.

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