1. This home of hellhounds on Dartmoor.
2. This mermaid’s pool in Derbyshire.
3. This monument to slain dragons in Avebury.
4. Pistyll Rhaeder in Wales.
5. This home of a water horse skeleton on the Isle of Skye
6. This underwater village in Yorkshire.
7. This giant’s seat in Wales.
8. This stomping ground for Cumbrian boggles.
9. This mossy chasm in Staffordshire.
10. This fairy hill in Cumbria.
11. This enchanted forest in Argyll.
Another hotspot for supernatural sleuths, Nant Woods is supposedly brimming with elusive winged creatures.
12. This underwater ballroom in Surrey.
13. This Neolithic tomb in Herefordshire.
14. Roslin Glen, Midlothian.
15. Merlin’s Cave in Tintagel.
16. This shell grotto in Margate.
17. This fairy queen’s lair in North Yorkshire.
18. This home to a saint with a luminous arm in Fife.
19. This well at Glastonbury Tor.
20. These hob holes in Runswick Bay.
A series of cave homes for household hobs (disgruntled sprites) that can cure whooping cough if you say the words “Hob Hob Hob / my bairn’s gotten t’kink cough / Tak it off / Tak it off”. And people think the Brits are eccentric.