Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image
Scroll to top


Haunted Hotels

3 Haunted Hotels in Derbyshire

02/02/2017 |

The Georgian House Hotel, Derby

The Grade II listed Georgian House Hotel is situated in one of the UK’s most haunted cities… Derby!

If you want to stay the night it’s located along the Ashbourne Road in the city.

The … Read More

Haunted: Castle Hotel, Taunton, Somerset

01/02/2017 |

The Castle Hotel at Taunton is said to be HAUNTED BY A GHOSTLY VIOLINIST!

You’ll find the Castle Hotel situated on Castle Green in the centre of the county town of Somerset, Taunton.

The Grade II listed hotel is an … Read More

3 Haunted Hotels in Brighton

02/11/2016 |

The Regency Hotel

The Regency Hotel is located in Brighton’s historic Regency Square.

The hotel is said to be haunted by the ghost of a cobbler’s disabled daughter…

It’s thought that the family lived in the upstairs part of the … Read More

7 Haunted British Castles You Can Actually Stay the Night In

29/07/2016 |

English Castles Lumley Castle, Chester-le-Street, County Durham

In the town of Chester-le-Street you’ll find the Grade I listed Lumley Castle.

The building is a former 14th century manor house which was later fortified and turned into a castle.

It’s said … Read More

3 Haunted Hotels in Cheshire

15/11/2014 |

The Pied Bull, Chester

The Pied Bull Hotel is located along Chester’s Northgate Street.

The Grade II* listed building started life out as a coaching inn back in the 11th century.

It’s one of the oldest pubs in Chester which … Read More

3 Haunted Hotels in Buckinghamshire

04/11/2014 |

The Chequers Inn, Amersham

Along the London Road in the market town of Amersham you’ll find the grade II listed Chequers Inn.

The inn dates back to the 15th century and is stacked in history.

It’s said to be very … Read More

3 Haunted Hotels in Suffolk

19/02/2014 |

Along Hall Street in Long Melford there’s a lovely old timbered building called the Bull Hotel…

Well, the Bull is well known locally for being haunted!

The Grade II* listed hotel is an old Tudor building which dates back to 1450. It was first built as a dwelling for one of Long Melford’s wealthy wool merchants.

In 1580 it was converted into The Bull Inn and opened to the paying public.

Inside the Bull Hotel there’s a fantastic feature…

An ancient beam which has an image of the mysterious Wildman or Woodman!

This decoration was common place in the Middle Ages as it was believed to ward off evil spirits.Read More

3 Haunted Hotels in Scotland

19/02/2014 |

The Dalhousie Castle Hotel and Spa

The historic Dalhousie Castle and Spa near the town of Bonnyrigg dates back to the 13th century.

It’s said to be haunted by a number of ghosts…

The two main ghostly apparitions witnessed at … Read More