Caverswall Castle Staffordshire
The castle was built in 1275 by Sir William de Caverswall who was a knight of Edward 2nd after he had received a licence to crenellate his manor house. It was rebuilt in 1625 in a Jacobean style by the Mayor of Staffordshire; it retained its original turrets Norman Tower, dungeons, and bridge and parapet walls. The castle has had different owners and varying uses over the years, it has been privately owned as well as a convent. It is now a private home with hopes of becoming a hotel and restaurant.
The castle as a reputation of being haunted, one of the ghosts said to roam around is that of a nun, and it is said that the place takes on an entirely different feeling after dark.