Gosforth Hall Inn
Room 7 (formerly Room 11) of this old building dating back to 1658 is reputedly haunted by a figure some have described as resembling a friar. He sits by the entrance to the ‘priests hole’ which leads from this room to the bar fireplace in the bar below. Pewtar tankards have also been known to fly across the bar after unhooking themselves and an old man is supposed to glide through the bar. Other ghostly occurrances have been a chair that rocks by inself in the lounge, footsteps in empty rooms and mysterious gusts of wind.