Haunted Pubs of Britain & Ireland

If you’re looking for a drinking buddy, and you don’t mind if they’re dead or not, then make sure you check out our list of haunted boozers from across England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland. Whether you’re looking for historic coaching  inns or intimate haunts, all the research is done for you, just go ahead and start browsing. If you’d like to suggest a haunted pub, please contact us here, we’re always looking for more haunted pubs to add.

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The Feathers Hotel, Ludlow, Shropshire

The Feathers Hotel, Ludlow, Shropshire

Upcoming Ghost Hunts:Feathers Hotel Ghost Hunt, Shropshire – Saturday 6th September 2014 Feathers Hotel Halloween Ghost Hunt, Shropshire – Friday 31st Oct 2014The Feathers Hotel in Ludlow, South Shropshire, is a Grade I listed, built in 1619 by local attorney, Rees Jones. Its timber frames were once adorned by motifs of feathers, showing loyalty to the Prince of Wales, hence its name. During the Civil War, The Feathers stood as a supporter of the Royalists and it is believed that Royalist soldiers would have lodged at here. The son...

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Red Lion Hotel, Colchester, Essex

Red Lion Hotel, Colchester, Essex

The Red Lion Hotel was built in 1465 in Colchester Essex, Britain’s oldest recorded town. The inn itself is one of the oldest inns in all of Colchester. This historical building still has its original Tudor features, and wooden beams throughout, as well as the original rooms. Such is its historical importance, the inn is now a Grade I listed building. As with most old coaching inns we have featured on Haunted Rooms, the Red Lion Hotel has a strong presence of the paranormal. With hundreds of years of being the centre of all the hustle...

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The Schooner Hotel, Alnmouth, Northumberland

The Schooner Hotel, Alnmouth, Northumberland

With over 3000 recent paranormal reports, and the Paranormal Society naming the Schooner as the Most Haunted Hotel in Britain, I think it’s fair to say, there are without a doubt ghosts present here. A hive of activity since the early 17th Century, this old inn has played host to smugglers, murders, and suicides. Reportedly the hotel has recorded over 60 individual ghosts residing here, with the majority of the activity kicking up in recent years. One of the most frightening experiences, certainly for the people involved, was the...

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The Four Crosses, Cannock, Staffordshire

The Four Crosses, Cannock, Staffordshire

The Four Crosses in Cannock Chase, was originally built in 1636, from old shipping timbers that are almost 1000 years old. Several secret passages have been discovered throughout the years, with more believed to exist. Perhaps the most astonishing find has been the Old Coachman’s uniform, preserved for over 150 years behind the chimney. The building is certainly steeped in intrigue, and has many stories of tragedy. The most recent death at this 17th Century Inn, occurred in the 1980′s, when a young boy ran out into the road outside...

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The Skirrid Inn, Monmouthshire, South Wales

The Skirrid Inn, Monmouthshire, South Wales

Located in Llanvihangel Crucorney, Skirrid Mountain Inn is reputed to be the oldest public house in Wales. It has a long and grim history which can be traced as far back to the Norman Conquest. It is one of the best places to go to for people who want to experience ghostly activity.   Brief History Standing in the shadow of the mountain for which it was named after, the first floor of the inn was used as a Courtroom where people who committed serious offences were given capital punishment. According to local legend, more than 180 felons...

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The Bull Hotel, Long Melford, Suffolk

The Bull Hotel, Long Melford, Suffolk

The story goes that two men were having an argument about politics and it got so heated that one stabbed the other. He was laid out in the hallway. People ran to get help and when they returned his body had disappeared. His ghost is said to haunt Room 4. About Features Around & About Room Tariff The historic Bull Hotel is set within the heart of Long Melford, on the longest street in the whole of East Anglia, where settlements have been traced all the way back...

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Hartford Hall Hotel, Northwich, Cheshire

Hartford Hall Hotel, Northwich, Cheshire

Hartford Hall Hotel is reportedly haunted by the ghost of a nun, who was killed by being bricked into a wall at a nearby abbey. She has been seen by guests and staff alike at the hotel and is thought to be responsible for all sorts of unexplained spooky goings-on. History About Features Room Tariffs Things to Do Whilst the exact history of the hotel is unclear, it is known that the hotel used to be a nunnery and a manor house, meaning that it was...

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The Maids Head Hotel, Norwich, Norfolk

The Maids Head Hotel, Norwich, Norfolk

There have been numerous spooky sightings at the Maids Head Hotel. A woman believed to be a former maid dressed in grey has been seen moving around the hotel silently, followed by the smell of musty lavender. If you can’t see the ghost, you may well be able to sense her presence from the smell of lavender alone. The ghost of a man believed to be one of the former mayors of the city has also been seen in the courtyard of the hotel, shaking his head vigorously. History About Features ...

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The Holt Hotel, Oxford, Oxfordshire

The Holt Hotel, Oxford, Oxfordshire

The most reported ghost at The Holt is that of a highwayman, Claude Duval. He’s often seen walking around the corridors of the hotel and some guests have reported seeing him in their rooms. He was the leader of a notorious gang of highwaymen and was thought to be responsible for many murders, including that of Spurrier, the then landlord of the hotel, as well as his wife. Guests have often reported hearing heavy footsteps in the corridors late at night and female guests in particular have reported feeling as though they were being watched,...

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Mermaid Inn, Rye, East Sussex

Mermaid Inn, Rye, East Sussex

The Mermaid Inn in Rye is home to numerous spirits and it has been featured on the TV show Most Haunted. Among the ghosts said to haunt the cosy, little hotel is that of the lady in grey or white which sits by the fireplace in Room 1, also called The James. Other ghostly apparitions which have been seen in the inn are that of the white lady which walks across a room and stops at the foot of the bed; the man who walks through the bathroom wall and into the main room and woman who is supposed to be the wife of one of the local smugglers back in...

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