Haunted: The Headland Hotel, Newquay, Cornwall
Stewart | On 31, May 2017
The Haunted Headland Hotel
Fistral Beach, Newquay TR7 1EW
You’ll find the Headland Hotel off the Headland Road in a prominent position overlooking Fistral Beach and Towan Head in the Cornish seaside town of Newquay.
The Grade II listed Silvanus Trevail designed building dates back to 1900.
The imposing hotel is reputed to be haunted.
During the Second World War the hotel was used as a RAF hospital.
Witnesses have reported seeing the ghostly apparitions of men wearing Second World War uniforms wandering the corridors of the hotel.
A ghost of a nurse from the same period has also been reported by spooked guests who’ve been awoken by her stroking their cheeks in the middle of the night!
The ghostly apparition of a former maid of the hotel has been seen disappearing through the wall of the ladies toilet…
Apparently, there was once a doorway there!
The ghost of a little girl is also said to haunt the hotel.
Her apparition has been seen running about the hotel and members of staff have also heard her calling out their names.
Even though the old servant bells of the hotel have been disconnected, spooked members of staff have reported hearing them ring at the same time early Sunday morning whilst they’ve been down in the basement!
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Lots of paranormal groups have investigated Jamaica Inn coming to the conclusion that the most active parts of the inn are the Smugglers Bar, the Restaurant, the Stable Bar and Bedroom 4.
Witnesses have also reported hearing the sound of a phantom coach and horses drawing up outside the inn in the middle of the night.
Visitors to Jamaica Inn have reported seeing the ghostly apparition of a man dressed in a cloak and a hat.
Apparently, he suddenly appears and then disappears through solid closed doors.