Dare to hang out in one of our haunted Halloween hotels? We have some spooktacular hotels where a bump in the night could send you diving under the duvet! Not just for Halloween; these haunted hotels have long been experiencing supernatural visits! So, if you can’t get away for a haunted Halloween stay, make some time later in the year for a ghostly night or two in one of these haunted hotels!
Haunted Hallmark Hotel Flitwick Manor
No one really knows if the ghost at Flitwick Manor is the former lady of the manor or a housekeeper. What we do know is this spirit likes the upper floors of the hotel so be on guard for strange footsteps and even stranger things happening with the lights! This lady likes to sit on guest beds too so maybe do a head count before turning in for the night!
Hallmark Hotel Flitwick Manor is a classic 18th century manor house which is styled with fine antique furniture and period pieces. There is a total of 18 guest rooms. These are individually designed and offer guests every comfort. Also, the service here is second to none. Cosy up in front of a roaring open fire and enjoy afternoon tea. Outside you can enjoy the extensive grounds. You can work up an appetite playing croquet before indulging in a three course dinner in the double AA Rosette award-winning restaurant.
Much more than a haunted night …it’s a haunted package!
For a breakaway where you can follow in the ghostly footsteps of troubled souls who have gone before you, head to Burton-on-Trent! The Staffordshire town is rumoured to have lots of spirits and these have attracted film crews who have tried to catch a ghost on camera!
Overlooking the River Dove, you could be sharing a visit to Tutbury Castle with Mary, Queen of Scots, ghostly soldiers and the dreaded armour clad keeper! Head to the High Street in Burton and a maid, young boy and printer may be lurking outside the former Burton Mail newspaper office! If you hear the bells ringing from St. Chad’s Church rumour reports it may not be the local campanologists pulling the ropes! And for a new micro-pub, The Last Heretic has its own special guest dating back to the 1600s!
For a haunted stopover in Burton
You can almost sense ghostly goings on just from the look of the Dog and Partridge Hotel in Burton! The exposed walls and beams of the 15th century coaching inn really set the scene for a ghost busting stay. There’s yet to be a ghost sighting in the hotel. There is always a first time and in our spirited opinion, the Dog and Partridge is in a superb location. It makes hanging out with Burton’s ghouls and ghosts easy!
The Spirits of the Peak District
There are four spirits ready to welcome guests to the Innkeepers Lodge Castleton, Peak District – The Castle. Surrounded by the beautiful rolling countryside of the Peak District, the bed and breakfast establishment is a charming base for exploring the national park. Plus, Manchester and Sheffield are close by. Room 4 is reportedly the most haunted. Pick this room and expect a noisy night of coffee mugs moving, windows opening and a cold wind blowing!
The Bell Hotel, Thetford
Icy breathe, the smell of perfume and a feeling you’re being watched…just a few of the reports coming from guests who have stayed at The Bell Hotel in Thetford, Norfolk. Don’t be surprised if a stay at this 15th century inn includes sightings of a hooded figure! This could possibly be a monk! There is a former landlady who could make her presence known too!
Are you a ghost buster or ghoul gatherer?
If you believe in ghosts or think every sighting can easily be busted, these hotels guarantee you a warm welcome, a comfortable stay and great hospitality! Should you decide Halloween is best spent at home, don’t forget to get the supplies in! Those trick or treaters will come knocking!