Hall Garth and Country Club Hotel

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A nun was said to have been bricked up alive here. Most activity stems from Room 2; usually the faucets will turn on and off by themselves.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Geographic Information

Hall Garth & Country Club Hotel
Brafferton Ln
Coatham Mundeville
Darlington DL1 3LU, United Kingdom

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54.58006466403518, -1.552017331123352
Nearest Towns:
Aycliffe, UK (1.4 mi.)
Harrowgate Hill, UK (2.1 mi.)
Heighington, UK (2.4 mi.)
Newton Aycliffe, UK (2.6 mi.)
Great Stainton, UK (2.8 mi.)
Darlington, UK (3.3 mi.)
Borough Of Darlington, UK (3.3 mi.)
Houghton-le-skerne, UK (3.5 mi.)
Haughton Le Skerne, UK (3.5 mi.)
Woodham, UK (3.7 mi.)


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