Aspiring witches and wizards can now book a stay in Enchanted Chambers, complete with a cauldrons, spooky surroundings and even a magical themed afternoon tea.
That's because the Georgian House Hotel in London has transformed its lower ground floor into hidden chambers, which you reach through a portrait-filled passageway, with only candlelight to guide you.Inside the Enchanted Chambers, wizards will find everything they need for a comfortable stay; a huge four-poster bed complete with velvet drapes, bunk beds for younger wizards, and plenty of magical touches from cauldrons to mysterious artefacts.
Add the fact that the chambers boast stained glass windows, stone arches and wood burning stoves, and you could easily feel like you've stepped onto a film set.
But that's not the only magic on offer. As part of the package, guests can also tuck into a wizard-themed afternoon tea, with everything from newt scones and cursed lemon tarts, to chocolate lollipops.
Wizards wanting to quench their thirst can choose from bottomless bubbles, or a Wizard's Mocktail made of frozen crystals, druid's water and ancient red fairy dust.
Oh, and if you want an extra cosy night in, the hotel has a cinema you can hire to watch your favourite magical films, for £25.
The Enchanted Chambers will be open for stays until the end of the year, but the good news is that there are still some openings for October half term.
Prices start from £199 per night based on two people sharing a room, and includes the Enchanted Chambers stay, breakfast, and Wizard Afternoon Tea for two.If you don't want to book a full stay, you can opt in for the afternoon tea only, which is available on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays until the end of December. Prices for the afternoon tea is £49 for two including bottomless bubbles. (Wizard Mocktails cost £12).
Don't be disheartened if you can't quite make the deal work for you, or if the Enchanted Chambers are booked up for your chosen dates.
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