10 Haunted Hotels in Essex (Updated 2017)
Stewart | On 05, Mar 2017
Table of Contents
- Haunted Hotels in Essex
- The De Rougemont Manor, Brentwood
- The Marygreen Moat House Hotel, Brentwood
- The Red Lion Hotel, Colchester
- The White Hart Inn, Coggeshall
- The Sun Inn, Dedham
- The White Hart Inn, Manningtree
- The Mistley Thorn Hotel, Mistley
- The Cross Keys Hotel, Saffron Walden
- The Shoeburyness Hotel, Shoeburyness
- The Kings Arms Hotel, Stansted Mountfitchet
Haunted Hotels in Essex
The De Rougemont Manor, Brentwood
The De Rougemont Manor along Great Warley Street in Brentwood was previously called the New World Inn.
The previous landlady of the New World Inn, Mrs de Rougemont, is said to haunt Room 14 in the hotel.
The Marygreen Moat House Hotel, Brentwood
The 15th century Marygreen Moat House Hotel along the London Road in Brentwood is said to be haunted by a poltergeist.
The Red Lion Hotel, Colchester
The 15th century Grade I listed Red Lion Hotel situated along Colchester’s High Street is probably the most infamous hotel in the town.
It’s said to be haunted by not one but three ghosts!
The White Hart Inn, Coggeshall
The timber-framed 15th century White Hart Hotel situated on Market End in Coggeshall is said to be haunted.
The Sun Inn, Dedham
In the High Street of Dedham there’s a splendid old 15th century coaching inn called the Sun Inn.
As with most old coaching inns in England it has a ghostly tale to tell!
The White Hart Inn, Manningtree
The White Hart Inn situated along Manningtree’s High Street is believed to be haunted by Matthew Hopkins aka the Witchfinder General.
The Mistley Thorn Hotel, Mistley
Mistley Thorn Hotel which is located along the High Street in Mistley is said to be haunted.
The Cross Keys Hotel, Saffron Walden
The 15th century timber-framed Cross Keys Hotel on the corner of King Street and High Street in Saffron Walden is said to be haunted by a Cromwellian soldier.
The Shoeburyness Hotel, Shoeburyness
A young Victorian boy, a little girl, a lady in a wheelchair, a snoring man and a man in the cellar are all of the ghosts which are said to haunt the Shoeburyness Hotel.
The Kings Arms Hotel, Stansted Mountfitchet
The landlord has seen glasses fall off the edge of shelves by their own accord but not smash on the floor.
The bar manager has been spooked by something strange in the cellar.
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