In 1755 12 clergymen were brought in to try and remove the entity, which was deemed successful at the time. It is said they used a bottle to persuade the entity to climb into. This was then thrown into the lake on the grounds. However, the spirit predictably returned when the fisherman recovered the container in the 1880s and the hauntings have continued ever since.
Many staff and guests have reported groans, footsteps, and dismembered voices coming from the empty tower attached to the building.
Brownsover Hall is a Victorian Gothic mansion with striking interiors set in landscaped gardens and woodland. Bordering three counties, it is the ideal base for visiting Warwick, Stratford-upon-Avon and the North Cotswolds. With a friendly atmosphere and excellent restaurant, the hotel is an ideal choice for meetings, conferences and weddings.
The Victorian Brownsover Hall is nestled in over 7 acres of woodland and beautifully landscaped gardens. The hotel has a distinct charm with its rich colours, striking interior, sweeping staircase and crackling log fires.
Brownsover Hall Hotel’s convenient location and amenities in Rugby make it an ideal venue for a wide range of events including weddings, private dining, formal receptions, conferences, and training seminars. There is also ample free parking available within the hotel grounds.
- Family bedrooms are available at the hotel
- Gilbert Scott Restaurant
- Warwick Bar
- Lounge with BT Openzone
- Nearest Rail Link: Rugby 1m
- Nearest Airport: Birmingham
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Brownsover Hall’s convenient location on the borders of 3 counties, makes it the perfect base for trips to Warwick, Stratford-upon-Avon, the North Cotswolds and the NEC in Birmingham.
Prices from £89.00 per room.
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