Amatola Hotel Aberdeen Ghost Story


The figure of a lady wearing a 19th Century style of dress was seen on the landing of the oldest part of the hotel. She is thought to be a descendant of the owners of the hotel and proof of this was seen in one of the family portraits that used to hang in the hotel which is said to resemble the phantom.



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The Hotel was demolished and there now stands housing in the area, though some of the original stonework was used in the building. It is unknown if the ghost remains...

Address Of The Former Amatola Hotel Site


448 Great Western Road
Aberdeen
Aberdeenshire
AB1 6NP



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