The next leg of this journey takes you to the Medieval Castle of Conwy in North Wales or Gwyneddrr
The Welsh “Giants of the North”
Caernarfon Castle, a giant of the North that still may have a role in Welsh History
A flashback into the history of Harlech Castle produced fascinating information about a revered Welsh Hero: Owain Glyndwr (Owen Glendower)
Hunting for Ghosts and Legends in Wales
When the opportunity to go on a “Ghosts and Legends” tour in Wales arrived, I jumped at the chance. It sounded like a fascinating chance to visit some unusual places and hear their legendary stories. With so much history in the land, and so many ancient buildings which could have been imprinted with the events that had taken place within them over the years, I expected there would be a wild assortment of haunting tales abounding throughout the country. I went looking for those spooky stories. Ghosts and Legends of Wales held the promise of being a very haunting tour!
Ghost hunting in Wales takes us to Monmouth’s 16th century coaching inn the Queen’s Head Hotel.
Hunting for haunted places takes us to Abergavenny to the Skirrid Inn reputed to be Wales most haunted inn.
Ghost hunting leads us to a Welsh ghost who haunts the ruins of Raglan Castle.
The brainchild of architecture’s answer to Picasso, Bertram Clough Williams-Ellis. Instead of haunted houses, we found a haunted shop and learned about a haunted mine while at Portmeirion, Wales.
The tranquil Dolserau Hall, a former Victorian country house, within Snowdonia National Park, has its own ghost.
Nanteos Mansion is reputed to be one of the most haunted houses in Wales, but we were told a different story. Who are we to believe?
The intriguing history attached to this haunted old workhouse brought to mind a story from my genealogical research.
A tour of Wales looking for Ghosts and Legends led us to the fascinating medieval Gwydir Castle.
A big surprise was in store for me during my last night in Wales, spent in the delightful Bodysgallen Hall , a beautiful seventeenth century Historic House Hotel.
Hunting for haunting stories in Wales brings us to Tintern Abbey, a Cistercian Abbey on the Welsh bank of the Wye River
Two leading ladies leave a legacy not only of their home, but also on the psyche of their society
Maxine George takes you to Wales to visit an ancient Roman ruin, a site dating to 75 AD