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Littledean Hall (grid reference SO672130) is a country house in the village of Littledean, Gloucestershire, England. Originally a Saxon hall, it was then converted to a Norman hall, evolving into a substantial medieval manor house by the time it was eventually replaced with a Jacobean house in 1612. Littledean hall is reputedly one of the most haunted houses in England.[citation needed] Dean Hall Coach House and Cellar SSSI The coach house and cellar of Dean Hall are used as breeding roosts by Greater Horseshoe Bats. Because of this, a 200 square metre section of the buildings was notified as a biological Site of Special Scientific Interest in 1988. The house used to be open to the public but now the area is strictly private. References A page about Littledean Hall at the Heritage Trail website (accessed on 15 July 2006) English Nature citation sheet for the site (accessed on 15 July 2006) v · d · eBiological Sites of Special Scientific Interest in Gloucestershire Summarised data for all sites (biological and geological) Ashleworth Ham | Badgeworth | Barnsley Warren | Littledean Hall | Strawberry Banks | Sylvan House Barn Neighbouring areas: Avon | Hereford and Worcester | Oxfordshire | Wiltshire This article about a Gloucestershire building or structure is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This article about a Site of Special Scientific Interest is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e Coordinates: 51°48′53″N 2°28′38″W / 51.81466°N 2.47721°W / 51.81466; -2.47721