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Bay Horse, Ravenglass

The Bay Horse is a house in Ravenglass which built in 1764. It is currently a bed and breakfast. The Bay Horse is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

"The Bay Horse and the village of Ravenglass was once the haunt of smugglers and rumours say that there is an underground tunnel connecting our home to the Ship Inn (another former Inn across the road). This would have been used by the smugglers to move contraband from Inn to Inn so hiding from the customs men." (Bay Horse Website)
Ravenglass 1764 Listed Buildings and Monuments in Muncaster Civil Parish
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The Bay Horse, Ravenglass

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The Bay Horse Bed & Breakfast

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Bay Horse - Ravenglass - List Entry
- "House, dated 1764 on lintel; later alterations. Wet-dashed rubble with chamfered eaves. Graduated slate roof with outshut to rear. Stone coping, to south end, and stone ridge; stucco end chimneys ...

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Bay Horse House, Main St, Ravenglass

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List number: 1068807
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: SD0841696241


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