Wargrave, Berkshire, England

The Bull Hotel

The Bull

The Bull is a 15th century coaching inn, with many old features that all add to such an amazing building. It has four rooms available for accommodation, all of which are en suite.


Phenomena included here the sounds of a woman crying. This is said to hark back to when a previous landlord discovered that his wife was having an affair, so he threw her out and forbade her to see their only child ever again. The apparition other of "a tall man wearing a black hat" has been reported sitting near the open log fireplace.

The Bull Hotel,

High Street,


Berkshire, RG10 8DD.


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For further information, please read Haunted Berkshire by Roger Long, Haunted Taverns by Donald Stuart and The Haunted Pub Guide by Guy Lyon Playfair.


Visitor Information

Wargrave is a village in Berkshire, England.

The name Wargrave is derived from ‘Wier-Grove’ rather than the literal meaning of ‘war grave’.

Pictured left is the Bull Hotel courtesy of Bonzodogdoda.