The Dolphin Hotel
34 High St, Littlehampton, West Sussex
The Dolphin is an old coaching inn with history from 1735. In the summer of 1806, the poet, Lord Byron, stayed at the Dolphin Hotel, with almost drowned as he swam in the nearby River Arun. The Dolphin exhibits ghostly manifestations. Witnesses see and hear several different women, with some ghostly children, who are dressed in Victorian style clothing. Reports believe it to be haunted by Byron himself. He stayed here on numerous several occasions. The Dolphin Hotel is the home of the Littlehampton Investigative Ghost Hunting Team, which hold public paranormal investigation sessions on the premises.