Bodelwyddan Castle Hotel, Rhyl, Wales

During 1830-1852, Bodelwyddan Castle undertook a period of restoration. Sometime during this, the owner at the time, Sir John Hay Williams discovered a skeleton in the wall near one of the chimneys. It was noted in his diary that...

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Hotel Maes-y-Neuadd, Gwynedd, North Wales

Most haunted hotels are a little frightening. Not this one – Maes-y-Neuadd is home to a ghostly nursemaid, who often appears when guests at the hotel are unwell. Rather than being frightened in the presence of an apparition,...

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Ruthin Castle Hotel, Denbighshire, North Wales

Lady Grey of Ruthin Castle is probably the most well-known ghost of the castle, although there are others – visitors have reported seeing a soldier, as well as a little girl. Lady Grey is said to have found out her husband was...

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Baskerville Hall, Hay-on-Wye, Powys, Wales

The well known author of the book ‘Hound of the Baskervilles’, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, was a lover of this grand property and would return on many occasions. His book was the inspiration originating from his time...

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Craig-Y-Nos Castle, Powys, Wales

Upcoming Ghost HuntsCraig Y Nos Castle Ghost Hunt & Sleepover, Mid Wales – Saturday 24 January 2015 Craig-y-Nos Castle Ghost Hunt & Sleepover, Powys, Wales – Fri 10th April 2015  As with most old castles,...

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The Bull Hotel, Abergele, Conwy

It is believed a monk died here after a fatal fall on a wet surface within the hotel. His ghostly apparition is still believed to dwell here. One other reported haunting is that of a young man who lived in the hotel and died in a...

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Gwydir Castle Hotel, Llanrwst, Conwy

In common with many buildings which have enjoyed such a rich history, Gwydir has acquired a reputation for being one of Wales’ most haunted houses. However, lest the sceptical be inclined to dismiss this page and move on,...

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