The Devil’s Stone Inn is located in Beaworthy, Devon in England.
The Inn is located next to a boulder which, legend has it, fell out of the Devils pocket when he fell from Heaven. This kind of stone is not found anywhere else in Europe.
It is tradition the every year on the fifth of November the Devil’s Stone is turned over by the church bell ringers to keep the Devil himself away from the village.
The Inn was used as a farm house in the 17th century and shortly afterwards was converted into a Coaching Inn.
Reported Paranormal Activity
The ghosts of a young girl, her mother and a “grumpy” old man are said to haunt the Inn.
The ghost of the young girl has been heard by the current owner running back and forth on the landing.
There have been knocks on doors and when answered no one was in sight. The doors have also opened themselves with no one near them.
Some of the guests staying at the Inn have reported that their duvets have been removed from the beds and the pictures have also been moved.
Taps have been found left running, lamps turned on and windows wide open have all been found in rooms that have been unoccupied by guests.