Saltmarshe Hall in Yorkshire is a mysterious, haunted house. Beneath the property lies a network of corridors and cellar rooms and the abandoned North Wing has sat empty for over 70 years, apart from the ghosts said to wander the corridors and rooms. Your ghost hunt and optional sleepover at Saltmarshe Hall will be an experience like no other and your opportunity to spend the whole night in a haunted house in search of paranormal activity.
Join Haunted Happenings as we venture into this spooky, abandoned Hall in search of the ghosts and spirits that lurk within.
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The abandoned Servants Quarters of Saltmarshe Hall in Yorkshire are thought to be a hot-spot for paranormal activity and ghostly sightings. Explore the deserted North Wing of the Hall and the network of cellars beneath, on a ghost hunting experience in Yorkshire unlike any other. Your ghost hunt may well reveal the spirits that lurk within and those brave enough to remain are welcome to bring their sleeping bags to remain until daylight. Join the Haunted Happenings team as we go in search of the ghosts of Saltmarshe Hall.
Accompanied by the Haunted Happenings team, you will have the unique opportunity to explore this haunted house for ghosts and spirits, before deciding if you are brave enough to remain and sleep in the abandoned Servant's quarters until daylight.
The current family live in two thirds of the Hall, but the North Wing (once the servant's quarters), was abandoned in the 1930s and a vast array of cellars and rooms which span the whole footprint of the house now lie empty - apart from the many ghosts thought to lurk within. Many paranormal groups have investigated the Hall and Cellars, with the conclusion that there is indeed something very spooky happening there. Locals talk of ghostly apparitions in the grounds and unexplained noises from the dark cellars, whilst the abandoned servant's quarters have an eerie silence and are somewhere the current owners choose to avoid.
Saltmarshe Hall is a 19th Century country house in Yorkshire, set in a 17 acre estate which belonged to the Saltmarshe family from the time of the Norman Conquest, until the last member of the family died in the early 1970s. The present hall was built in 1825, although two earlier Halls once stood on the same site. The last Saltmarshe to live in the property was an eccentric bachelor who confined himself to 2 or 3 rooms in the house, with around 40 cats for company
Saltmarshe Hall is a grade II* listed 19th-century country house in Saltmarshe, East Riding of Yorkshire, England, on the north bank of the River Ouse across from Goole. It stands in 17 acres of gardens.It is constructed of brick faced with ashlar with Welsh slate roofs. The square two storey main building has a five-bay frontage with a five-bay servant's wing attached The Saltmarshe estate has belonged to the Saltmarshe family since the Norman Conquest.
The present house was built in 1825-8 by Prichett and Watson (James Pigott Pritchett and Charles Watson) for Philip Saltmarshe at a cost of £4000.
Stables were added in 1842 It descended to Colonel Phillip Saltmarshe (1853-1941), who joined the Royal Horse Artillery and fought in the Afghan and Boer Wars. He was also a J.P. and Deputy Lieutenant. Captain Philip Saltmarshe was the last member of the family. He died in the early 1970s without an heir and the house was sold to Philip and Sally Bean. In 2009 it was offered for sale and purchased by the Whyte family