Haunted Hotels Edinburgh
Radisson Blu Hotel, Edinburgh, Scotland
With its attractive turret and 16th-century appearance, The Radisson Blu Hotel is situated in the town’s historic heart, on the Royal Mile. The hotel is said to have been built on the site of an old Close, where the infamous Bloody Mackenzie once lived. This area has seemed to have been susceptible to fires in the past. In fact, the hotel fire in 1992 was attributed, by some, to Mackenzie’s poltergeists. Other alleged activities include guests finding items have been moved around their rooms. Voices and noises have been heard emanating from bathrooms. Televisions turning on and off and changing channel inexplicably, have also been reported. Edinburgh Castle is always a great place to explore for those wanting to be just tourists. Please check the information and availability Button for this Hotel
The Scotsman Hotel, Edinburgh Scotland
The Scotsman Hotel was once the building of the Scotsman Newspaper. Originally built in 1905 The Scotsman Hotel has preserved the magnificence of the original Italian marble staircase. The Hotel retains the stunning oak paneling with imposing marble pillars. This is all complement by the gloriously ornate ceilings.
The building is rumoured to be haunted by many ghost. One is believed to be the spirit of a phantom printer. He was reported to have been seen by Evening News workers using the building at the time. The spirit was seen walking around in the basement area. The ghostly figure was still wearing an apron associated with printers. He was also carrying around bits of metal as used in printers type face. Please check the information and availability Button for this Hotel.
Dalhousie Castle, Edinburgh , Scotland
This 13th-century Scottish castle fortress is located in woodland by the River Esk . The castle was of great strategic importance in the long drawn out Battle of the Borders. Now the castle is a superb 29-room hotel with a hydrotherapy-oriented spa.
The spirit presence of the castle is thought to be that of Lady Catherine. She is also known as the ‘Grey Lady’, and is the most active spirit of Dalhousie. Lady Catherine is said to have died in the 1720s from a broken a broken heart and starvation. It is reported that her activities have been heard on numerous occasions. Some people have caught the sound of her skirt rustling and bustling along the corridors. Then there are the eerie sounds of her fingers scratching and tapping at doors. There have been other strange experiences reported by the staff and guests. Some say they have felt the sensation of someone tapping them on the shoulder or hair pulling. There have even been sightings of ghostly butlers, complete with white gloves, moving around the building. Please check the information and availability Button for this Hotel
Witchery by the Castle. Edinburgh
Witchery by the Castle. Edinburgh. This well-known hotel and restaurant are situated on the Royal Mile. Some believe that these premises are haunted by the spirit of one of the many unfortunate souls of the late 16th Early 17th centuries. Those souls that would have been burned at the stake immediate vicinity, accused of witchcraft and sorcery. However, The Witchery has now gained such a good reputation, that it has now become the favorite haunt for some living Film Stars and celebrities. Please check the information and availability Button for this Hotel
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