4 Haunted places to visit for Halloween in Scotland!

With Halloween coming up, we have summarised some of the haunted places in Scotland that you can visit. Be it a myth or reality, there are several reports of paranormal activities in these places where, mostly, they were stages of tragic events.

Enjoy this Halloween and visit Scotland with MGM Muthu Hotels, for an amazing vacation!

GLENCOE

34 Miles from Muthu Alexandra Hotel | (See on Map)

On February 13, 1692, Glencoe was the scene of one of the bloodiest incidents in Scottish history. A group of soldiers, posing as friendly visitors, attacked their hosts – The Macdonald Clan – while sleeping. About 40 people were cruelly murdered. Since then, there have been reports of hearing screams in the valley and sightings of reenactments of the massacre, particularly on the date of the anniversary of this terrible event.

INVERARAY CASTLE

37 Miles from Muthu Alexandra Hotel | (See on Map)

Inveraray Castle is apparently home to several ghosts. The most famous is perhaps that of the young harpist who, according to legend, was murdered by the men of the Duke of Argyll. It is said that whenever a family member is about to die, you can hear the harp music from the MacArthur Room. The last report of this phenomenon happened in 1949 when the 10th Duke died. In the Brown Library there are reports of music played by a bagpiper on the balcony and in the old kitchen a cheerful spirit laughing enthusiastically has been heard on some occasions.

Visit this place whilst staying at Muthu Alexandra Hotel, Oban

It is nestled between the lodgings of the Bishop of Argyll & the Isles and the Old Oban Baptist church, The Alexandra Hotel enjoys one of the most spectacular locations in Scotland. The views across Oban Bay to the island of Kerrera and beyond are an instant joy. Colorful sunsets, seabirds of all kinds and seals can be spotted most evenings.

The interior of this impressive Victorian building was completely renovated, whilst still retaining many of its magnificent original features. The beautiful glass frontage allows guests to soak up stunning views every minute of the day.


CULLODEN MOOR

13 Miles from Muthu Newton Hotel | (See on Map)

On April 16, 1746, Culloden Moor witnessed a bloody battle between government troops and Prince Bonnie Charlie’s rebel army, known as the Jacobite Army which was formed by some of the Scottish Clans. In a very quick but effective battle, the government troops massacred thousands of soldiers.

Since then, reports of the screams and sounds of swords in combat have been reported.

A Visitor Center is opened onsite and includes a Museum, shop, cafeteria and battlefield visits. Click Here for further details.

Muthu Newton Hotel, Nairn

Bordering Nairn Golf Course and just 15 minutes’ drive from Inverness airport, Muthu Newton Hotel is set in 21 acres of mature parkland and gardens. It overlooks the majestic Moray Firth and beyond to the Black Isles.

Originally built as a family home in the 17th century, the Muthu Newton Hotel has seen a number of improvements. The Hotel boasts of newly renovated bedrooms with a lush view, all elegantly furnished in style and tradition and individually designed.

The stunning sea side town of Nairn is one of the prime locations of the Moray Firth and one of the sunniest spots in Scotland. Enjoy the scenic riverside walks, take a stroll on the sunny beaches and capture the memories over the views of Moray Firth.

Muthu Newton Hotel was once regularly frequented by Charlie Chaplin. The Speyside whisky trail is only a short drive eastwards into the hills of Morayshire.


POLLOK HOUSE

15 Miles from Muthu Glasgow River Hotel | (See on Map)

Pollok House is located on a vast plot of land near Shawlands on the south side of the River Clyde. The house once belonged to a wealthy family – Stirling-Maxwell. It is currently administered by the National Trust for Scotland and is open to the public.
In addition to the stunning decor and excellent art collection, visitors can also learn about the history of Pollock’s Witches who were burnt alive in this same place in 1600, when several women were accused of black magic.

Muthu Glasgow River Hotel, Erskine

With a leisure centre and restaurant, is a 20 minutes’ drive from Loch Lomond and just 10 minutes from the Glasgow Airport.

The elegant rooms at Muthu Glasgow River Hotel, each have a work desk, seating area and tea/coffee making facilities. All rooms have private bathrooms, a TV and hairdryer.

The modern leisure facilities include an indoor swimming pool, sauna and steam room. There is also a fitness centre, a games room and a beauty salon, which offers relaxing and therapeutic treatments.


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