Radnor Hotel

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Previously called the St. David’s Inn, the Radnor Hotel has a haunt in Suite 309. Witnesses say she appears near the ceiling over the master bed, crawls down the wall, and vanishes through the door to the hall. Folks in the hallway also have seen and heard her in the overnight hours.

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591 East Lancaster Avenue
St. Davids, PA 19087
United States

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40.04062679611949, -75.36619976173824
Delaware County, Pennsylvania
Nearest Towns:
Radnor, PA (0.5 mi.)
Wayne, PA (1.2 mi.)
West Conshohocken, PA (3.3 mi.)
Devon, PA (3.4 mi.)
Bryn Mawr, PA (3.6 mi.)
King of Prussia, PA (3.7 mi.)
Berwyn, PA (3.9 mi.)
Broomall, PA (4.1 mi.)
Conshohocken, PA (4.3 mi.)
Bridgeport, PA (4.6 mi.)

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  1. I am in Room 308 at this very moment. I am not from Pennsylvania, and have never heard of this hotel prior to my visit for business, nor of the haunting…until tonight.
    This evening I was on speaker phone with my family. I heard “people” and noises in there while I was on the phone. So as not to disturb them I took it off speaker as my kid were all talking very loud at me.
    After the call ended, I went outside for a cigarette . Two gentlemen were outside as well. One of them was a local resident and asked me if I knew that the hotel was haunted. They started talking about room 309 (and they had no idea that I am in 308.) So I googled it. Completely creeped out I asked the front desk on my way in if they had heard of the haunting. The receptionist had but said she had never experienced anything. I told her I was in room 308, and that I had heard noises and talking from directly behind my head (while I was laying on the bed) that were definitely from the room. Then I asked if anyone was checked into the room…and she said that no one was.

    • This is so weird. I was I the bar at the Radnor this evening and overheard one of the gentleman you met (who I guess is a regular) telling the bartender this very story! It’s so strange that I just googled the hotel to find out more and saw your comment!

  2. So I stayed at the Radnor hotel this weekend and knew nothing about any hauntings. I only found this after I searched it’s history because I woke up with scratches on my side in the morning and had no clue how I got them. Eerie!!!

  3. I stayed here around this time last year.

    I was laying on my bed on my stomach listening to the tv.

    Something or someone at the foot of my bed hit the bed. It was as if someone walked past the foot of the bed and hit it with their leg going by.

    I had a creepy feeling about this place prior to this happening. Needless to say I kept the TV and lights on and did not sleep much.

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