The UK's Most Haunted Pubs

Fancy some paranormal activity with your pint? With Halloween just around the corner we present to you 10 of the UK's reputedly most haunted pubs. Trick or Treat?

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Golden Fleece, YO1

Golden Fleece

The Golden Fleece is York's Most Haunted pub, thus one of the England's most haunted sites. Visit the Oldest Inn in York and you can be sure of a friendly atmosphere, quiet surroundings and traditional services. Situated in the very centre of York we off

  •  Accommodation
  •  Disabled facilities
  •  Food
  •  Beer garden
  •  Real ale
  •  WiFi free
  •  Live music
  •  Cask Marque members
18/09/2014 Theakston Best Bitter — Great pint of English ale View
17/09/2014 Foster's — Great pub with a good range of beers View

Grenadier, SW1

Grenadier

A landmark in its own right, The Grenadier in Belgrave Square is royalty amongst London pubs. This historic treasure chest is not your usual insipid public house. The Grenadier reputation is as illustrious as it is mysterious.

  •  Food
  •  Outside area
  •  Beer garden
  •  Real ale
  •  WiFi free
  •  Football
  •  Terrestrial TV
  •  Cask Marque members

Jamaica Inn, PL15

Jamaica Inn

High up on wild and beautiful Bodmin Moor and made world-famous by Daphne du Maurier's tale of smugglers, rogues and pirates. A new BBC drama of Jamaica Inn was broadcast at Easter 2014.

  •  Accommodation
  •  Car park
  •  Disabled facilities
  •  Food
  •  Outside area
  •  Beer garden
  •  Real ale
  •  Real fire
  •  WiFi free
  •  Dart board
  •  Cask Marque members

Red Lion Inn, SN8

Red Lion Inn

The Red Lion was first licensed in 1802 and is famous for its 86ft deep well which dates back to the 1600's. The Well Room is named after Alexander Keiller who excavated the ancient stone circle surrounding the pub.

  •  Food
  •  Outside area
  •  Beer garden
  •  Real ale
28/04/2018 Amstel — In a Thatchers glass! View

Skirrid Mountain Inn, NP7

Skirrid Mountain Inn

Reputed to be one of the oldest pubs in Wales, the Skirrid has a woven itself into history & folkore. Shakespeare himself is said to have taken inspiration from this place & Owain Glyndwr may have rallied his men on this very site. If you are lucky enough

  •  Accommodation
  •  Family friendly
  •  Food
  •  Outside area
  •  Real ale
  •  Real fire

Ye Olde Kings Head, CH1

Ye Olde Kings Head

Ye Olde Kings Head in Chester has accommodation. The pub has a car park, it has disabled facilities. Ye Olde Kings Head is a family friendly pub. The pub serves food, it has a function room that can be booked. Ye Olde Kings Head serves real ale. The pub has a real fire, it has free WiFi. Ye Olde Kings Head has live music events.

  •  Accommodation
  •  Car park
  •  Disabled facilities
  •  Family friendly
  •  Food
  •  Function room
  •  Real ale
  •  Real fire
  •  WiFi free
  •  Live music