Arreton Manor wins award for its ghosts
Just seen this in the County Press of 25 October about Arreton Manor winning an award .... for its ghosts!
"A HOTEL on the Isle of Wight has been ranked fifth on a list of the best and most haunted places to stay in the UK. The former home of Edward the Confessor and King Henry VIII, Arreton Manor, Arreton, has been recognised for its spooky five acre grounds and its welcoming reception. The list of top-notch scary hotels and B&Bs was compiled byTrip Advisor. It follows a survey where one in six Brits believed they had a supernatural experience in a hotel.
Arreton Manor has been listed as one of the best places to stay and most likely to see a spectre stalking the grounds."
Although, sadly, the beautiful old (and haunted) manor isn't open to the public any more, you can still stay there for a night and sleep in a four poster bed. There are plenty of ghosts as well and you can have a really spooky time there. You can read about Arreton's ghosts in Book Four. http://www.ghostisland.com/shop/books.aspx?aid=1