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 motor bike accident not far from the location. Many members of staff and guests have reported seeing a man dressed in bike leathers roaming around the whole hotel.
Another reported experience is that of seeing a woman in random spots throughout the hotel. There’s no evidence of who this could be.
There have also been reports of shadows, strange noises, cold spots, orbs and unusual smells all around the hotel.
The Bull Hotel is everything that you’d expect from a traditional pub/hotel. Friendly staff, and cosy accommodation. Take advantage of the roaring open log fire in the bar area, or sample the delight of traditional pub grub. The Bull Hotel is a hive of activity for the small local community who regularly enjoy sociable activities such as bingo, quizzes, and themed nights in the restaurant.
The restaurant emphasises the importance of local ingredients, and can prepare to order at reasonable prices. Daily specials are constantly added to the chalkboards to give you a further choice if the set menus don’t tickle your fancy. The Bull Hotel has 5 rooms each with washbasins, coloured TV, and tea & coffee making facilities. Be sure to check if room 8 is available as this is reported to be one of the rooms with most reports of paranormal activity.
- Wash Basins
- Colour TV
- Tea & Coffee Making Facilities
- Pool Table
Things to do
If you fancy grabbing yourself a bargain, be sure to visit one the local car boot sales (just ask a member of staff which one you should try out). There are also plenty of activities to keep the family entertained, with Bodelwyddan Castle, Welsh Mountain Zoo, Bodnant Gardens, and Snowdonia National Park all close by.
From £19.50 per person per night – Including full Welsh breakfast