The Dolphin Tavern

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Three ghosts are said to reside here: the first is an old sea captain who is known as George; he roams around upstairs and down the corridors. The second is that of a Victorian woman who meanders about. Lastly is a young man who many guests have awoken, but disappears whenever they try talking to him.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Geographic Information

Quay Street
Cornwall TR18 4BD
United Kingdom

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50.11606339301309, -5.531001269828266
Nearest Towns:
Penzance, UK (0.8 mi.)
Gulval, UK (1.4 mi.)
Newlyn, UK (1.4 mi.)
Madron, UK (2.0 mi.)
Mousehole, UK (2.3 mi.)
Paul, UK (2.4 mi.)
Saint Paul, UK (2.4 mi.)
Ludgvan, UK (2.4 mi.)
Marazion, UK (3.1 mi.)
Sancreed, UK (3.3 mi.)


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