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Taking You to the Most Haunted Places in North-East England
If you are looking for a stay in a haunted house, the chance to see real ghosts, an experience like Most Haunted Live or the chance to investigate local ghost stories then contact Spirit Seekers.
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Redworth Hall Hotel (Newton Aycliffe)
Redworth, Newton Aycliffe, County Durham DL5 6NL
9pm - 2am 13 places left
£32 per person
Built as a family home in 1693 this 143 bedroom hotel comes with very interesting history whilst being in position of a famous family for 250 years. One of the saddest stories is of a young boy that was continually chained up in the hall. A jilted lover who suffered a terrible death in the hall is now said to stalk the bedrooms & sounds of children’s laughter & crying are heard throughout the building.
Castle Keep (Newcastle)
Castle Garth, NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, Tyne and Wear NE1 1RQ
8pm till 1am 26 places left
£47 per person
Featured on TVs Most haunted. The Castle was founded in 1080 by the son of William the Conqueror (Robert Curthose) & was built on top of an ancient burial ground. Today there is unexplained winds and strange mists here. Footsteps, singing & moving furniture. Plus many sightings of soldiers, a young girl & even a monk.
cooks corner cafe (Hartlepool)
17 Church Street, Hartlepool , TS24 7EY
10pm - 3am 9 places left
£18 per person
Once part household and part doctor’s surgery dating back to the early 1820s. Now a cafe where workers have been tormented by spirits whom seem to seek attention by shoving them, tapping them on the shoulders, tugging clothes, throwing cutlery and slamming doors. Voices are heard calling people’s names and apparitions appear at the counter and then vanish
Black lion (Scarborough)
12 North Street, Scarborough, North Yorkshire YO11 1DF
10pm - 3am 20 places left
£24 per person
A combination of two former 17th century houses were merged together to create an inn. It’s also rumoured to have been used as the towns first mortuary, and both a place of accidental death and murder. After witnessing slamming doors, moving objects and sightings of an old woman some have been left petrified.
Railway Arms (Brotton)
High St, Brotton, Saltburn-by-the-Sea, TS12 2SP
10pm - 3am 19 places left
£18 per person
Built 1886 as an inn for weary travelers of the newly created railway network. Staff, locals & performers witnessed orbs of light pass throughout the building & heavy footsteps upstairs but there have been many accounts of dark shadowy figures & headless bodies, furniture moved and a faceless man seen to sit on tables and walk through walls and disappear at night.
Schooner Hotel (Alnmouth)
8 Northumberland Street, Alnmouth, Northumberland NE66 2RS
9pm - 2am 26 places left
£35 per person
Featured on TVs Most Haunted. Voted Britain’s most haunted hotel after 1000s of reports of paranormal sightings in all of the rooms. a 17th Century Coaching Inn not only known for noble visitors such as Charles Dickens and King George iii but also for history of smuggling & gruesome stories of murder, suicide & even massacres.Now said to be haunted by no fewer than 60 spirits
grand hotel (Scarborough)
Saint Nicholas Cliff, Scarborough, North Yorkshire YO11 2ET
10pm - 3am 18 places left
£31 per person
Built in 1867 to accommodate for most noble of guests. It was 1 of the largest hotels in the world with 365 rooms representing each day of the year. Todays visitors have commented on strange encounters & some have even left after witnessing items flying across their rooms & objects falling from walls, doors vigorously shaking & knocking with no one on the other side. Sounds of screaming, singing & laughter are heard & most commonly old fashioned music. Various apparitions are seen but none more so frequent than the lady wearing a long red dress.
Chillingham Castle (Alnwick)
Chillingham, Alnwick, Northumberland, NE66 5NJ
11pm - 4am 22 places left
£65 per person
Built in 1100s as shelter for English soldiers & prison for Scottish rebels. Regarded Britains most haunted castle & seen on numerous TV programs because of countless paranormal incidents & a horrific, bloody past that earned it the name “Home of the tortures”. Thousands of people have been tortured to death here in most terrifying ways & their spirits remain. This building comes with a stern warning that its not for the faint hearted & has been described as the embodiment of evil
Royalty Theatre (Sunderland)
25 The Royalty, Sunderland, Tyne And Wear SR2 7PP
9pm - 2am 27 places left
£42 per person
Built as a church during the late 1800s and extended using a selection of old houses making it a labyrinth of rehearsal & theatre rooms. It was once used as a soldiers hospital during the war and today it has been plagued by sounds of moaning and whistling, slamming doors and things being moved with no one else in the building.
Ship Isis (Sunderland)
26 Silksworth Row, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear SR1 3QJ
10pm - 3am 20 places left
£27 per person
Mary Ann Cotton shes dead and shes rotten. Within the walls of this 19th century inn its believed that the remains of 2 murdered children still lay, Victims of Britains first serial killer, Mary Ann Cotton. Its also considered by many to be Sunderlands most haunted inn with numerous accounts of singing, crying and screaming being heard echoing from empty rooms where sightings of a young girl and a Victorian woman have left people stunned
Cleveland Ironstone Mining Museum (Skinningrove)
Deepdale , Skinningrove, Cleveland TS13 4AP
9pm - 2am Halloween 17 places left
£35 per person
Dark, underground tunnels created in 1847 where minors struggled in the most unbelievable strenuous working conditions & many lives both old and young where lost. It’s said that today children’s voices are heard with feet shuffling, whistling, knocking & tapping. Sounds of horses & a man has been spotted many times wondering from one end of the tunnels to the other
Jarrow Civic Hall (Jarrow)
Ellison St, Jarrow, Tyne and Wear NE32 3HZ
8pm - 1am 20 places left
£33 per person
Created 1863 by Sir Charles Palmer as a shipyard workers institute and library. Since being saved from demolition in 2010 employees have heard sounds of jangling keys & whistling heard coming from empty rooms. Many items including large boxes have been witnessed moving across the floor on their own. During the buildings restoration workers feared for their safety after finding their sharp tools had been dug into the middle of the ballroom floor.
York Brewery & Meeting Rooms (York)
12 Toft Green , York , Nth Yorkshire YO1 6JT. (FREE PARKING @ Albemarle Rd YO23 1ep
9pm - 2am 20 places left
£27 per person
Step back in time into a labyrinth of 18th century rooms through the former morgue (the brewery) and into the former vicars home (a large 3 story building known as the meeting rooms). It’s a dark malevolent entity that is said roam the corridors. He has been seen by multiple people and is described as wearing a tall hat and being abnormally thin. He slams doors as he goes and makes loud noises giving people the impression that they are not welcome here.
Thornaby Town Hall (Thornaby)
Mandale Road, Thornaby, Stockton-on-Tees, Cleveland TS17 6AW
8pm - 1am 14 places left
£22 per person
The town hall was created in 1892 complete with the council chamber, ante-rooms, offices and board room. In 1968 however the council had amalgamated and the building stood empty for many years. Its now owned and occupied by Thornaby town council and their tenants once more. Since then they have seen things from corner of the eye movement to full apparitions of a man in dark clothing, trembling desks in front of them, moving doors and mumbled conversations coming from empty rooms.
Vane Tempest Hall (Durham)
Maynards Row, Gilesgate, Durham, Co Durham DH1 1QF
9pm - 2am 14 places left
£25 per person
Built 1865 as Militia Barracks. Later used as an isolation hospital for smallpox victims & storage for dead bodies before becoming a focal point for social activities. Unusual blasts of cold air & foul smells to sounds of dragging, slamming doors, murmuring & whispered voices are associated with sightings of a lady in white & a militia soldier disfigured from a training accident walking the grounds
Jedburgh Prison Castle Museum (Jedburgh)
Castle Gate, Jedburgh, Roxburghshire TD8 6AS
9pm - 2am 30 places left
£52 per person
Featured on TVs Most haunted. A former 1820s prison built on the site of the 12th century castle and the town gallows. Jedborough justice was the name given to the brutal executions and torture techniques used here. As a museum sounds of screaming, crying and phantom pipe music has been heard throughout. Thick fog creeps across the floor with strange lights and sightings of a tall man. The cell doors slam and lock by themselves and objects have been thrown at anyone whom has dared to enter. Anyone fancy a lock in?