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****PAST EVENT****


1650S Ghost hunt and Victorian Seance


The Coylet Inn, nestled peacefully on the banks of Loch Eck, dating all the way back to 1650, is one of Scotlands oldest Inns.

In its near 400 year old history, The Coylet Inn has seen its fair share of Scotlands past with all kinds of people lodging and passing through its doors. It is no wonder then that it is regarded as one of the top most haunted pubs in the country.

With numerous paranormal occurances reported almost daily, including full body apparitions, we are extremely excited to work exclusively with the Coylet Inn to reveal its hidden history.

The Inns most famous ghost is that of 'The Blue Boy' - who has been seen and reported numerous times over the centuries. The Blue Boy is also the subject of Emma Thomsons 1994 film of the same name.

In a bid to stir the curiosity of the spirits of The Coylet, and seeing as its Halloween, our first event here will be themed as a 1650/1700's event where all staff and guests will be dressed from this era, and by candle light as a spirit trigger session. This event will be from 8pm until 1am and will begin with story telling by our very own 'The Lady In Black' followed by vigils and a Victorian Seance.

The Coylet Inn restaurant opens at 5pm should you wish to book a meal before the event starts. Coylet Inn


Unfortunately there is no wheelchair access.

Actress Emma Thomson filmed 'The Blue Boy' here, based on the ghost story and often drops by when visiting the area.

No alcohol or drugs

No pregnant ladies

tickets can be purchased via website

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