#4. The Skirrid Mountain Inn, Wales
Set between the rising fells and lichen-spotted stone villages on the eastern edge of the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park. The Skirrid Mountain Inn oozes with tales and stories of the Gaelic nation’s past. Some say it was the gathering point of rebel fighters under the banner of Owain Glyndŵr, the hero of Welsh resistance against Henry IV. Others claim that it was once a courthouse where criminals were not only condemned to death but also hung. All under the command of the infamous so-called Hanging Judge, George Jeffreys.