You can now stay in the 'Hocus Pocus' cottage on Airbnb

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By Carina Murphy

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There's just one more day to go before the long-awaited sequel to Hocus Pocus hits movie theaters.

With the Sanderson sisters back on the big screen, this year's Halloween promises to be one to remember. But for die-hard fans of the spooky season, there's an even more magical way to spend the holiday.

Rather than simply enjoying Hocus Pocus in movie theater, fans can actually stay overnight in a recreation of the witchy cottage from the original movie.

Appropriately located in Salem, Massachusetts, the haunted house is available to book on Airbnb, with booking opening on a first-come, first-served basis on Wednesday, October 12.

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"To celebrate our resurrection, we’re inviting guests into a land of enchantment with a stay at a recreation of our Salem cottage, where those with a penchant for mysticism can explore our spine-chilling haunt as All Hallows' Eve approaches," the 'sisters' continue.

They go on to describe their iconic home, writing: "As though untouched by time, our creaky old cottage stands tall amidst the trees, beckoning visitors as if by trance. Enter by window or water wheel, but watch your step – a cobweb or two and the smoke from our cauldron await you inside."

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According to the description, upon entering the cottage guests can expect to find "broomsticks", "apothecary bottles", "the Black Flame Candle" and even their "beloved Manual of Witchcraft and Alchemy."

They can also try their hand at enchantments and explore the history of surrounding Salem with its array of haunted properties. While the bedrooms and furnishings all look comfortable enough, the hosts do stress that their cottage doesn't come with modern facilities - but that these are available in an outhouse mere moments away.

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As for how much a spooky stay in the Sanderson's cottage will set you back, fear not: a one-night stay is just $31, per Elite Daily (in honor of October 31).

Best of all, guests will even get the chance to watch a "special screening" of Hocus Pocus 2 - the long-awaited sequel which is due to hit Disney+ tomorrow (September 30).

Featured Image Credit: Barry King / Alamy

You can now stay in the 'Hocus Pocus' cottage on Airbnb

vt-author-image

By Carina Murphy

Article saved!Article saved!

There's just one more day to go before the long-awaited sequel to Hocus Pocus hits movie theaters.

With the Sanderson sisters back on the big screen, this year's Halloween promises to be one to remember. But for die-hard fans of the spooky season, there's an even more magical way to spend the holiday.

Rather than simply enjoying Hocus Pocus in movie theater, fans can actually stay overnight in a recreation of the witchy cottage from the original movie.

Appropriately located in Salem, Massachusetts, the haunted house is available to book on Airbnb, with booking opening on a first-come, first-served basis on Wednesday, October 12.

wp-image-1263171037 size-full
Credit: Airbnb

"To celebrate our resurrection, we’re inviting guests into a land of enchantment with a stay at a recreation of our Salem cottage, where those with a penchant for mysticism can explore our spine-chilling haunt as All Hallows' Eve approaches," the 'sisters' continue.

They go on to describe their iconic home, writing: "As though untouched by time, our creaky old cottage stands tall amidst the trees, beckoning visitors as if by trance. Enter by window or water wheel, but watch your step – a cobweb or two and the smoke from our cauldron await you inside."

wp-image-1263171039 size-full
Credit: Airbnb

According to the description, upon entering the cottage guests can expect to find "broomsticks", "apothecary bottles", "the Black Flame Candle" and even their "beloved Manual of Witchcraft and Alchemy."

They can also try their hand at enchantments and explore the history of surrounding Salem with its array of haunted properties. While the bedrooms and furnishings all look comfortable enough, the hosts do stress that their cottage doesn't come with modern facilities - but that these are available in an outhouse mere moments away.

wp-image-1263171038 size-full
Credit: AirBnb

As for how much a spooky stay in the Sanderson's cottage will set you back, fear not: a one-night stay is just $31, per Elite Daily (in honor of October 31).

Best of all, guests will even get the chance to watch a "special screening" of Hocus Pocus 2 - the long-awaited sequel which is due to hit Disney+ tomorrow (September 30).

Featured Image Credit: Barry King / Alamy