The Skirrid Mountain Inn
The Skirrid Mountain Inn is said to be the oldest inn in Wales... as well as the most haunted. Helmeted figures have been witnessed sihouetted against windows, the ghost of a one-eyed convict haunts one of the bathrooms, glasses have fallen for no apparant reason, and visitors have felt the sensation of being slowly strangled. Hardly surprising when you consider that the infamous Judge Jeffries held court sessions here! And by the way, it is said that about 180 people were hung from the rafters over the centuries...
The historic house of Llanfihangel Court is home to the ghostly white lady, a man dressed in an old fashioned coat and breeches walks the grounds, and two swordsmen fight a duel to the death at the top of the staircase.
The Haunted Pool
The ghost of another White Lady is said to haunt a pool in the village. The apparition is said to rise from the waters at dusk, and is an omen that there will soon be a death in the neigbourhood.