Falcon Hotel was built in the 16 century in Castle Ashby, Northamptonshire in England.
The hotel was used as a blacksmiths forge during the Civil War.
Reported Paranormal Activity
The ghost of the blacksmith Arthur who worked there during the Civil War when the hotel was used as a forge has reportedly been seen by eyewitnesses moving bottles of wine behind the bar.
Arthur was hung from the walnut tree which is still on the grounds of the Falcon Hotel for refusing to re-shoe the Parliamentarian horses who murdered people by trampling on them.
The hotel has named its house wine “Arthur’s Walnut Wine” in remembrance of Arthur.