Haycock Hotel , Wansford . The date of the original inn on this site is uncertain but a date stone found in the garden places the present building at 1632. It has changed hands many times, reputedly once over a game of cards, and it has been used as a racing stable, a farm, a hunting lodge and even during the first world war as an ammunition factory. Since the hotel dates back to the 16th century, it makes sense that a number of guests at the hotel have reported various ghostly goings-on, including sightings of figures in public areas, especially in the oldest part of the hotel. Guests at the hotel have also reported feeling someone in the room with them . Mary, Queen of Scots stayed at the hotel en-route to her execution at Fotheringhay castle.(this, though, may relate to an earlier incarnation of The Haycock rather than the building one sees today). It has been said by many individuals that Mary is regularly seen at the Haycock hotel as well as other establishments that she stayed in before her execution. More pictures of Wansford by Zbigniew Siwik...
Camera Make: Canon Model: Canon EOS 5D
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Date/Time Creation: February 27, 2014, 8:03 pm
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