Though thousands of Airbnbs have vanished in NYC, we can still count on a quick trip out of the city to find some of the most unique stays around.
The Warlock House, a haunting Airbnb in the Witch City is the perfect spooky getaway, complete with a Spirit Parlour, an Edgar Allen Poe-inspired bedroom, and so much more! Vintage decorations of ghosts, black cats, and pumpkins make everyday Halloween at the Warlock House.
Guests will enter into the Haunted Hallway before reaching the Witches’ altar. Find the crystal ball and Scroll of Spells to incant. Even enjoy a meal or perform a seance at the 200-year-old dining table under a glittering chandelier.
Sleeping six guests, the mischievous Airbnb has two queen beds and two single beds. The first bedroom is known as the Raven’s Rest. Inspired by the works of Edgar Allen Po, “the décor is both foreboding and enticing, enveloped in the darkest of shadows, and beckoning those who stay within to discover their power in the eerie mists of dreams,” as described on the listing.
The Herbarium (the second bedroom) features magical herbs and a bewitching boudoir. The third bedroom, best for children, is referred to as the Pumpkin Patch. The jack-o-lantern haven is embellished with visuals of festive hayrides, hot apple cider, and harvest moons.
Fun fact: the Parker Brother’s factory, which was once responsible for the production of ouiji boards, is on the same street as the Warlock House!
If you’re interested in staying at the Warlock House, be sure to reserve your spot fast because booking is filling up quicker than a witch on a broomstick! And right now, the host is offering a special deal for guests looking to book their stay from October 27 – 29. Learn more on Airbnb.