Join Haunted Discoveries UK as we investigate the historic and quintessentially English Hathaway Tea Rooms in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire on Saturday 10th November 2018.
Start Times: 8:00pm until 1:00am
Food & Catering: Hot drinks are supplied where possible. A buffet will be served at the start of the evening and hot chocolate and scones served at a later time.
Toilets: There are toilets onsite
Alcohol Allowance: Strictly NO
Priced at just £38.99pp
Guests should arrive at the venue from 7:30pm. The buffet will be served at approximately 8pm and guests should be seated prior to this time. We hope to begin the ghost hunt from around 9pm. There may be an option to purchace alcoholic drinks with your meal, guests will be permitted to have one or two alcoholic beverages with their meal, although we would encourage you to be aware of your limits as we do not allow guests under the influence to participate in our investigations for health and safety reasons and you may be asked to leave.
A midnight treat of hot chocolate and scones will be served at 12:00am.
We at Haunted Discoveries UK like to employ both traditional and scientific methods of paranormal investigation. As a guest we will invite you to take part in active experiments including group and lone vigils,table tipping, pendulums. You will also get the chance to investigate using some of our equipment, which include: spirit boxes, temperature guns, rem pods, dowsing rods, Alice software, spirit boards and Mel meters etc.
Please Note – All bookings are bound by our Terms and Conditions. You will be required to stay awake on this event. NO Sleeping areas available.
The Hathaway Tea Rooms occupy a Grade II listed building built around 1610; it is one of the towns’ most historic buildings. During its lifetime it has been home to several very different occupations.
It was known as The George Inn until 1738 when it became a book store. Then from 1752 to 1803 it became an apothecary, and a combined surgery and apothecary from 1757. The mid-nineteenth century saw the building take a very different purpose when it became a shoe shop until the early 1900’s. Hathaway Tea Rooms first opened its doors in 1931.
With all the families and people that have lived and worked here it comes as no surprise that this historic building come with a few ghosts. There are also reports of a hanging and shooting taking place inside the building. One of the spirits most often seen is that of a young girl, believed to be the original innkeepers’ daughter, Rosie. She is seen running through the house and on the stairs. Visitors have witnessed other apparitions in the upstairs dining area and the landing. Cold spots are a regular occurrence along with knocks and bangs.
Refreshments And Buffet
Full use of equipment
No sleeping arrangements
No Alcohol or Drugs (You will be vacated)