The Wellington Hotel Ghost Hunts,
Overlooking the harbour in the Cornish fishing village of Boscastle is the Haunted Wellington Hotel
The ghostly reports are many who will you meet at Cornwall`s most haunted hotel?
One apparition is that of an elderly lady. She is seen floating through its closed door.
The hotel rooms draw the attention of the spirit of a young girl. She is to be seen outside in the corridor or passing through walls and windows.
Meanwhile a man with a ponytail and frock coat, a coachman or pirate silently moves around the landings at night
One guest has also reported his dog being taken out of the room, apparently by a ghostly dog walker!
Ghostly shapes and unexplained noises have also been experienced at the hotel.
Several of the staff and customers have also witnessed a dark shape float down the stairs and disappear into the cellar late at night.
The Wellington Hotel began life as a coaching inn back in the 16th Century.
Sitting above the ancient harbour at Boscastle, it has attracted a fair number of famous guests; Edward VII Sir Henry Irving and Thomas Hardy to name a few.
In 2004 Boscastle suffered a devastating flash flood.
Many of the town’s historic buildings were swept away, along with people’s businesses, possessions and cars.
Miraculously no one lost their lives.
Part of the Wellington was destroyed but fortunately it has now been restored, and it’s precious guest books, dating back to 1860 were also saved.
Apparently, the resident ghosts survived the flood too!
Haunting Nights looks forward to welcoming you to this terrifying location.
During the night you will have the chance to use various methods of ghost hunting to include Victorian seances, Ouija boards, table tipping and glass moving as well as the more up to date methods, along with a ghost hunting medium, we will have you covered for your paranormal experience .
Tea/coffee and squash along with crisps and biscuits will be available.
Free on site parking.
Wear layered clothing as it may get cold throughout the night.
Wear flat gripped footwear.
The Wellington Hotel