The Whittington Inn, Kinver
The original Whittington Inn dates back to 1310 and it comes as no surprise to discover that the present building is haunted. Prior to becoming an inn in the 18th century it was the manor house of the De Whittington family of Dick Whittingham fame. One of the ghosts seen here is that of a monk who may have hidden in one of the priest holes in the building.
The other significant ghost is that of Lady Jane Grey who is thought to have stayed in the original manor house when she was younger. Her apparition is seen dressed in a long flowing dress. Although she has been seen in various parts of the pub she is well known locally for sweeping down the staircase into the main bar before disappearing to the amazement of those fortunate enough to see her.
King Charles II is thought to have stayed here and a headless lady is said to haunt the upper halls.