Llanrumney Hall (Welsh: Neuadd Llanrhymnu) is Grade II* listed building in the Cardiff suburb of Llanrumney in Wales.
The site was 1st occupied in 1066 when it was an abbey.
In the 13th century the site would have been a monastic grange. In later years it would become the home of notorious pirate Sir Henry Morgan.
The Elizabethan mansion was built in 1450, rebuilt in 1852 and refurbished around 1900.
Throughout its history it has been a stately home and more recently a pub.
Legend has it that the hall is so haunted many people won't go near it. Apparitions and dark shadows have been seen often, the sounds of a lady crying and children laughing have also been heard.
It is also believed that the hall contains a masonry block with the decapitated body of Llewellyn the Last. Stories also tell of how he was beheaded at the hall and chopped into small pieces and scattered around his house.
Event time starts at 9pm and will finish at 2am.
LLANRUMNEY HALL - CARDIFF - FRIDAY 17TH APRIL 2020
Deposits are non refundable once they have been paid. If you are unable to attend an event with Bump In The Night Paranormal UK please do contact us as soon as possible.
Refunds will be given for the remainder of the balance via PayPal if 30 days notice is given before the event date.
If unforeseen circumstances occur and the event cannot go ahead you will be given a credit note to use on one of our other events or offered a full refund.