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Strelley Hall Ghost Hunts -Nottingham Ghost Hunts 

Steeped in history, Strelley hall is known to date back to the 12th Century, this location has been a subject of an archaeological dig which uncovered a lot of historical artefacts dating back to 1250. This location is a must for anyone wanting a ghost hunting experience situated in remote ancient medieval village on the outskirts of Nottingham, a truly isolated building except for the many residing spirits that are known to wander the many rooms here at Strelley Hall, Are you ready to come out of your comfort zone and investigate the strange paranormal phenomena that has been occurring here ? some of the rooms that we will investigate are Castle Room which overlooks the local graveyard. The Panelled room known for its poltergeist activity , the long dark corridor leading to the dungeon and the deep dark cold mass of cellars which lay underneath this ancient hall.

The Hauntings Of Strelley Hall

Dating back to the 1200s, the hall is thought to have been a castle when it was first built in medieval times it has long been rumoured to have some ghostly activity going on inside its many walls. Many People believe that Nicholas Strelley is one of those who are said to haunt here, Some even say he put a curse on this old Hall. Many of the locals believe that Servants are haunting this location, As there are rumours that a servant girl has been seen in the grounds, The castle Bedroom is a hotspot for strange unexplained drastic temperature changes and unexplained mists.

Ghostly activity has also been reported in the building’s cellar, with some claiming to have experienced dark shadows lunging towards them throughout its narrow passages that lead to a spooky underground dungeon, once used to hold prisoners.

The History Of Strelley Hall

The whole of the Strelley Village area is steeped in history including the Monks stones, a 14th century route taken by Monks through the area, some of the monk’s way can still be walked today next to the “All Saints Church” which was built in the 13th Century. The area was an industrial hub in the 16th and 17th Centuries and Strelley Hall itself dates back to 1200 AD a former castle complete with moat.

Strelley Hall has some interesting history; after an archaeological dig in 2006/7 masonry dating back to 1250-1350 was discovered and also shows that the Hall at that time would have been more akin to a castle complete with moat, although would not have been used for defensive purpose. Records show that no permission was sought to crenulate, which means that it could not be officially classed as a castle, only a fortified Manor. What is known to remain of this early history can be seen within the walls of Strelley Hall today in the Castle room, with walls a metre thick and a dungeon below. It is thought there would have also been a tower above the castle room. Strelley Hall today is used for office space rental, conferences and a wedding venue. The panelled room is also for hire, and I was once privileged to spend a day there whilst on a course and I took in the grandeur of this beautiful Hall while I had the chance. I enjoyed my day in this lovely place and would love to return some time. The panelled room on the ground floor to the right of the entrance door was once the breakfast room and was extended in 1894. The panelling in the room was examined in 1990 by an expert who declared that the panelling predates the room by 200 years and is in fact Jacobean.

This Event Includes

A guided partial history tour of all the areas, Working in small groups, participating in Ouija/spirit board sessions, Evp Sessions, Table tipping, seances and many other different techniques. Tea/coffee and light snacks throughout the evening.

Please remember to bring your torch as this location has caves and underground chambers. Please remember to wear suitable footwear as this location has a lot of stairs and very uneven floors.

This Location is not suitable for people with walking and mobility issues.


Please note that once places are booked these are non refundable or transferable.


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