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Ballygally Castle, Ghost Room, Most haunted castle hotel

Ballygally castle hotel Ireland

Located in the village of Ballygally, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, just about 3 miles north of larnes.

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Ballygally castle hotel (Source)

Ballygally Castle is now known as the Ballygally Castle hotel. Built in 1625, it is the only building from the 17th century that is still used as an abode in Northern Ireland and is well-known to be one of the most haunted places.

The Ballygally castle game of thrones door no. 9 is known to be its home.

The door 9 represents the prominent battle between House Stark and House Bolton in the second last episode of season 6.

Sculpted on this magnificent door, you would see the crown of House Stark and House Bolton, Ramsey’s hungry dogs and Winterfell castle.

Ballygally Castle History

James Shaw of Scotland, built the castle in 1625 when he came to the land and rented it from the Earl of Antrim for 24 pounds a year.

The castle came under attack several times during the revolt of 1641, from the Irish army at Glenarm.

However, each attempt turned out to be unsuccessful.

The Ballygally castle owned by the Shaw’s until it passed onto William Shaw in the year 1799 which he sold at 15,400 pounds. The castle is now owned and run by Hastings hotel groups.

Ballygally castle haunted history

castle haunted historyThe Bellegally castle is popular to hold numerous ghosts.

however, the most frequently seen and the most ‘active’ is the ghost of the former resident named Isobel shaw.

She has a habit of knocking the doors of the hotel rooms and vanishing.

She died falling off a window after her husband locked her in her room and left her with nothing to eat.

Another ghost named Madame Nixon from the 19th century lived in the hotel and could be heard wandering around the hotel in her silk attire.

The petite room in the corner of the tower of the Ballygally castle is called as the ‘Ballygally castle ghost room.’ No one uses that room in the hotel.

Ballygally castle ghost story

In 2003, Olga Henry, manager of the Ballygally castle stated after spending few nights in the hotel. That the idea of supernatural activity never really seemed real to her.

However, she did sense something in the hotel, she asserted that the more she stayed in the hotel for his work, the more she could feel something is in this hotel, for sure.

She further talked about an incident that happened with a guest who stayed in the hotel; his room was right beneath the ‘Ghost room’.

In the middle of the night, he woke up, thinking he was in his own home and he could sense one of his children has laid a hand on his back.

He could hear the sound of a child running in his room, laughing, though couldn’t see visually, however, could hear it evidently. Frantically, he ran out of his room.

Another incident took place in the year 2003. When Henry set up the dungeon’s room in the turret as they were anticipating some guests and ordered the table for a meal.

After sometimes when she returned to the room to check up on it, she witnessed napkins being unfolded, and glasses with an odd scum around them were organised in a circle on the table.

Mediums who spent the night there claimed that the Ballygally castle hotel haunted by ghosts have been detected to be more than there were guests apparently residing at the hotel.

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