10 Haunted Hotels in Suffolk (Updated 2017)
Stewart | On 19, Feb 2014
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The White Horse, Leiston
The White Horse Inn on Station Road in Leiston is said to be haunted by a poltergeist.
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!
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.
The Bell Inn, Warberswick
The Bell Inn situated along Ferry Road in Walberswick is said to be haunted by the ghost of a fisherman.
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.
Alan Murdie (2013) Haunted Bury St Edmunds. The History Press
Pete Jennings (2010) Haunted Suffolk. The History Press
Pete Jennings (2011) Haunted Ipswich. The History Press