Haunted Places in Wales

Welcome to the Haunted Hovel's list of the most haunted places in Wales. With history stretching back over 2000 years telling tales of haunted caves and towering castles. Considered by many to be the most haunted country in the world, Wales has some of the best haunted places you will find.

With such a rich history filled with turmoil and great battles, Wales has the making's for some truly terrifying ghost stories as well as some interesting legends hundreds of years old.

Click one of the links below to view information on the locations history and of course, the tale of its haunting.

Featured Haunted Places in Wales

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Aberystwyth - Nanteos Mansion

Bridgeend - Candleston castle

Clwyd - Ruthin gaol

Cardiff - Castle Coch

Caerphilly, Llancaiach Fawr

Cardiff - Llandaff

Cardiff - Cardiff Castle

Cardiff - Cardiff Royal Infirmary

Carmarthenshire, Aberglasney House

Carmarthenshire - Pembrey Woods

Conwy - Conwy castle

Conwy - Gwydir castle

Conwy, Plas Mawr

Denbighshire, Bodelwyddan Castle

Denbighshire - Denbigh Mental Asylum

Denbighshire - Ruthin castle

Denbighshire - Tyn dwr hall

Flintshire - Plas teg

Gower Peninsula - Culver Hole

Isle of Anglesey - Beaumaris Castle

Mid Glamorgan - Miskin manor

South Glamorgan - Boverton Castle

South Glamorgan - St Donats Castle

Monmouth - Queens Head

Newport - Tredegar house

Pembrokeshire - Roch castle

Pembrokeshire - St Govans Chapel

Port Talbot, Margam Castle

Powys, Craig-y-Nos Castle

Powys, Powis Castle

Powys, Tretower Court & Castle

Swansea, Oystermouth Castle

Swansea, Pennard Castle

Tenby, Manorbier Castle

Other Haunted Places in Wales

Abergele Ghost ship

Many tourists and locals have claimed to have seen a ghostly mist like ship sailing along the coast, thought to be the vessel of Prince Madoc.

Baskerville Hall

Built in 1839 this manor home is thought to be the home of many spirits. A common sighting here is that of ghost dogs which have been seen walking the outer grounds. Also Sir Arthur Conan Doyle wrote the famous novel "The hound of the Baskervilles" here, perhaps inspired by the presence of the spirit hounds. Other ghosts include a woman dressed all in white who walks the corridors and room of the hall.

Beaumaris Castle

A constant feeling of being watched and being suddenly overcome with overwhelming sadness are common occurrences here. The site is also thought to be home to disembodied whispers and strange echos coming from empty areas of the castle.

The Llindir Inn

Said to be haunted by a ghost wearing a flowing blue gown named Sylvia. The reason she is thought to linger her is due to her untimely death by the hands of her husband, who murdered her and her lover after discovering their affair.

Bodidris Hall

Said to be home to five ghosts, which include a soldier, a young boy, a dog, a monk and a female spirit.

Penrhyn Old Hall

Feelings of being watched in the function rooms are common here, and the sighting of a elderly woman sitting by the fire have been seen by many visitors to the hall. The area known as the baronial hall, which has now been turned into a dance floor, is the hot spot of the buildings activity. Dating back to the 12th century this is a popular area for paranormal investigation groups.


This is considered by many to be the most haunted town in Wales, and with the country being considered to be the most haunted in the world you can be sure to find a scare in this little village.

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