Britain's Most Haunted Pubs

Ghoulish gals and ghastly guys, the witching hour is most definitely upon us. To mark our excitement for this blood curdling romp, we've put together our pick of Britain's most haunted pubs, from ghostly tales to phantom figures....visit if you dare!

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  • Bursting with character, Brewery Shades pub serves great food, great ales and cocktails. The Pub sits proudly on the High Street in Crawley since at least the fourteenth century when it was originally a gaol.

  • The Devil's Stone Inn is a 17th Century former farmhouse which was converted into a coaching inn some four hundred years ago. Sitting on the edge of the village square, the pub is a beamed, flagstone-floored building with several open fireplaces.

  • The oldest pub in the city, serving Aberdeen for over 300 years. A warm welcome awaits...and who may even meet our ghost during your visit!!

  • The Molesworth Arms Hotel has been feeding & refreshing the people of Wadebridge, Cornwall, under various names since the 16th century. A respected townhouse hotel, it’s Wadebridge’s oldest, finest watering hole, famous for its superb food and relaxed atm

  • Situated on the historic Wyle Cop, the main features of this Grade II Listed timber framed building are best appreciated externally. There's the upper storey jettying, and to the rear, the timber remnants of a 14th-century hall house including a screened

  • The Old George Inn is one of the oldest pubs in Newcastle. Dating back to the 16th Century, this building oozes with character and holds a replica chair in which King Charles the 1st sat in himself. Amazing drink/food offeres available daily.

  • Ancient local with plenty of individuality by historic sand dunes, well kept ales tapped from the cask, decent wines and good choice of malts, generously served straightforward food at fair prices.

  • The pub was originally opened in 1488, and to this day still strives to keep to it's origins with home cooked meals and perfectly served Ale's that we take our pride in.

  • The oldest pub in Liverpool provides a great combination of Cask Ales, Live Sport every week and lots of Live music. So whatever your looking for, Ye Hole in Ye wall will have it.

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