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Rothey Court Hotel

13 November @ 7:30 pm - 14 November @ 1:00 am

Exclusive ghost hunt at this famous haunted hotel in Leicestershire with its very own Knight Templar Chapel.
This venue has been family home for hundreds of years and where William Wilberforce drafted his Treaty for the Abolition of Slavery.
Stories of ghosts and paranormal occurrences have been documented for many years.
This exclusive event will give access to all the key areas including the famous haunted bedrooms, and the Knights Templar Chapel
The event includes Teas/coffee and a finger buffet
Please note: Tickets for this event are on sale via Rothley Court Hotel Tel 0116 237 4141

Knights Templar

Rothley Temple is a manor house on the edge of Rothley village in Leicestershire, which was once home to the infamous Knights Templar.
The Babington family acquired the house in the 16th century, and the MP for Leicester from 1800-1818, Thomas Babington, lived there until his death in 1837.
He met leading abolitionist William Wilberforce at Cambridge University and they spent much time at Rothley Temple working together on the Bill to Abolish the Slave Trade.
He became devoted to the antislavery cause and helped work on the Bill to Abolish the Slave Trade through collecting data, providing evidence and offering his first-hand experience.
The room where the abolitionists worked has been named after him to mark his contribution: The Macauley Room.

Rothey Court Hotel - past events


13 November @ 7:30 pm
14 November @ 1:00 am
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Rothley Court Hotel
Westfield Lane, Rothley
Leicester, LE7 7LG United Kingdom
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Rothey Court Hotel
0116 2374141