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60+ Haunted Hotels in East Anglia

60+ Haunted Hotels in East Anglia

| On 14, Apr 2017

 

 

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Haunted Hotels in Bedfordshire

The White Hart Hotel, Ampthill

The Grade II listed White Hart Hotel is a former coaching inn which dates back to the 18th century.

Like many old coaching inns the hotel has a reputation for being haunted!

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The Flitwick Manor Hotel, Flitwick

The manor has a reputation for being haunted by a female apparition.

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The Knife and Cleaver, Houghton Conquest

The Knife and Cleaver has a reputation for being haunted by both a male and female ghost.

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Haunted Hotels in Cambridgeshire

The Hardwicke Arms Hotel, Arrington

From the 1980s onwards, the Hardwicke Arms has gained a reputation for being haunted.

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The George Hotel, Buckden

Paranormal activity was reported by both members of staff and guests alike to take place in rooms 100, 104, 105 and 112.

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Madingley Hall, Cambridge

The most famous ghost of Madingley Hall is that of Lady Ursula…

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The Bull Hotel, Peterborough

The hotel has a few ghostly tales to tell.

 

 

 

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The Orton Hall Hotel, Peterborough

The hotel is said to be haunted by a friendly female ghost.

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The Haycock Hotel, Peterborough

The Haycock Hotel near Peterborough is said to be haunted by a very famous ghost.

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The George Hotel, Ramsey

The George is said to be haunted by a former landlady called Mary who tragically died from smoke inhalation in a fire at the property.

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The Bell Inn Hotel, Stilton

The hotel has a reputation for being haunted by no other that the infamous highwayman Dick Turpin.

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The Golden Lion Hotel, St Ives

The 18th century Golden Lion Hotel in the market town of St Ives has a reputation for being very haunted.

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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.

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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.

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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!

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The White Hart Inn, Coggeshall

The timber-framed 15th century White Hart Hotel situated on Market End in Coggeshall is said to be haunted.

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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!

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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.

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The Mistley Thorn Hotel, Mistley

Mistley Thorn Hotel which is located along the High Street in Mistley is said to be haunted.

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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.

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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.

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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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Haunted Hotels in Hertfordshire

The Brocket Arms, Ayot St Lawrence

The pub is said to be haunted by either a priest or a monk.

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The George Hotel, Bishop’s Stortford

The George Hotel has a reputation for being haunted by a Grey Lady.

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The Theobalds Park Hotel, Cheshunt

Theobalds Park Hotel has a reputation for being haunted.

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The Silver Cup, Harpenden

In December 1985 the landlord of the Silver Cup got the shock of his life.

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The Cinnabar Café Hotel, Hertford

In 2012 a lot of the chefs working at the premises reported paranormal activity take place within the building.

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The Dog and Whistle, Hertford

In 2011 the new management reported some strange events taking place within the building.

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The Hertford House Hotel, Hertford

This building hasn’t always been a hotel…

In fact, for many years it was the premises of the Hertfordshire Mercury.

And it was during this time that a lot of paranormal events were reported to take place within the building by terrified members of staff.

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The Salisbury Arms Hotel, Hertford

Members of staff at the hotel believe that Room 6 at the Salisbury Arms is haunted.

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The Olde King’s Arms, Hemel Hempstead

The Olde King’s Arms is said to be haunted by King Henry VIII.

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Hitchin Priory, Hitchin

Hitchin Priory has a reputation for being haunted.

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The Sun Hotel, Hitchin

The hotel is reputed to have the odd ghost or two knocking about the place.

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The King’s Lodge Hotel, Kings Langley

In the 1980s, the landlady of the hotel called in a medium to try and explain what was causing the ghostly knockings and other spooky goings-on taking place within the building.

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The White Hart Hotel, St Albans

Like many of Britain’s old coaching inns the White Hart has a reputation for being haunted.

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St Michael’s Manor Hotel, St Albans

A ghostly apparition has been seen walking down the stairs of the hotel.

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Tewin Bury Farm Hotel, Tewin

Spooked members of staff have reported seeing a ghostly little boy near the main door of the barn.

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The Feathers Inn, Wadesmill

The pub is said to be haunted by a ghost dating back to when the Feathers was a coaching inn.

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The Grove Hotel, Watford

A former warden at the house reported seeing Lord Doneraile ghostly fox hunts.

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The Pré Hotel, St Albans

The Pré Hotel had a reputation for being haunted by a shadowy figure of a child…

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The Banyers Hotel, Royston

The cellar of the hotel is said to be haunted.

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Haunted Hotels in Norfolk

The Black Boys Hotel, Aylsham

The hotel is said to be haunted by the ghost of its first landlord Richard Andrews.

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The Scole Inn, Diss

The Scole Inn is said to be haunted by a ghostly woman.

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The Ffolkes Arms, Hillington

The Ffolkes Arms situated on the A148 in Hillington is said to be haunted by the ghostly apparition of a young nanny.

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The Golden Lion Hotel, Hunstanton

In 2005, a lady staying at the hotel was rudely awoken one night by the ghostly apparition of a young girl with ringlets.

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The Duke’s Head Hotel, King’s Lynn

On the eastern side of Tuesday Market Place you’ll find what is said to be one of King’s Lynn’s most haunted buildings.

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The Globe Hotel, King’s Lynn

In the corner of Tuesday Market Place you’ll find another of King’s Lynn’s hotels which is reputed to be haunted.

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The Tudor Rose Hotel, King’s Lynn

The hotel is said to be haunted by quite a few ghosts!

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The White Hart, King’s Lynn

The building is said to be haunted by a ghostly monk.

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The Maids Head Hotel, Norwich

The Grade II listed Maids Head Hotel situated on Palace Street is said to be haunted by a former mayor.

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The Lodge Hotel, Old Hunstanton

The Lodge Hotel situated along the Old Hunstanton Road in Old Hunstanton is said to be haunted by a grey old lady.

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The George Hotel, Swaffham

The most infamous ghost associated with the hotel is that of the Green Lady.

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Haunted Hotels in Suffolk

The White Hart Inn, Blythburgh

On the London Road in the middle of Blythburgh you’ll find The White Hart Inn.

Strange knocking on the pub’s door, phantom footsteps, lights being turned on and off on their own accord and cold spots have been reported.

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The Suffolk Hotel, Bury St Edmunds

There’s an old building on Buttermarket that was once the Suffolk Hotel.

It’s said that the hotel was haunted by a number of ghosts including a monk and a Grey Lady.

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The Plough Inn, Icklingham

The pub’s former landlady, members of staff and punters alike have all been scared stiff by witnessing a dark ghostly apparition wearing a cloak walking about the place.

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The Angel Hotel, Lavenham

The Marco Pierre White owned Angel Hotel in Market Place is said to be Lavenham’s oldest inn.

It’s rumoured to be haunted by a former landlady called Mrs Goodhew.

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The Swan Hotel, Lavenham

The medieval Swan Hotel in the heart of Lavenham is an old coaching inn which is believed to date back to the 1400s.

And yes, it’s believed to be haunted.

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The White Horse, Leiston

The White Horse Inn on Station Road in Leiston is said to be haunted by a poltergeist.

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The Bull Hotel, Long Melford

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!

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The Mill Hotel, Sudbury

Along Walnut Tree Lane in Sudbury there’s an old water mill which has now been converted into a rather nice hotel.

A ghostly apparition of a lady has been witnessed in the older parts of the Mill Hotel.

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The Bell Inn, Warberswick

The Bell Inn situated along Ferry Road in Walberswick is said to be haunted by the ghost of a fisherman.

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Seckford Hall, Woodbridge

Seckford Hall is an old Tudor house dating back to the 1530s just to the south west of Woodbridge.

The hall is said to be haunted by Sir Thomas Seckford.

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