halloween

You Can Book This “Hocus Pocus” Cottage for a Spooky One-Night Stay

published Sep 28, 2022
We independently select these products—if you buy from one of our links, we may earn a commission. All prices were accurate at the time of publishing.
Living room with hanging cauldron
Credit: Airbnb

The Sanderson sisters are obviously spooky season legends, and in honor of their return after nearly three decades, everyone’s favorite fictional witches are getting with the times in a spellbindingly perfect way. Ahead of the highly-anticipated “Hocus Pocus 2,” which hits Disney+ on September 30, the mythical trio is teaming up with Airbnb to rent out their chilling cottage, with two lucky fans invited to stay for one night only.

Credit: Airbnb

Fittingly located in Danvers, Massachusetts — aka the formal name of Salem Village after it was renamed in 1752 — the Hocus Pocus cottage is an eerily enchanting abode with space for two guests… and, of course, an endless amount of tricks and treats. To celebrate the Sanderson sisters’ resurrection this Halloween, they’re offering up a one-night stay on October 20 to one lucky winner, with a cost of just $31.

Credit: Airbnb

Featuring two bedrooms and a nearby outhouse, the creaky old cottage might have some cobwebs and dust, but it’ll surely be worth it to spot the sisters’ iconic Black Flame candle, massive cauldron, and, of course, the boooooook. Yes, not only will you be able to conjure up spirits aplenty by way of Winifred’s famed spellbook, but you’ll also get to explore the dark, rich history of Salem with guided visits to some of the town’s most haunted properties, and also score a special screening of the sequel during your stay. The cottage also includes essentials like linens and towels, free parking, indoor heating, and included Wifi — you know, all the modern creature comforts you’ll need to sleep as peacefully as possible.

To help support the town’s youth, Airbnb also will make a one-time donation to the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Salem.

Credit: Airbnb

As noted in the li sting, this one-night stay is not a contest and guests will be responsible for their own travel, by broomstick or otherwise. Booking opens at 1 p.m. ET on Wednesday, October 12 for a one-night stay on Thursday, October 20. Don’t miss your chance to run amok, amok, amok in the most iconic cottage from centuries current and past… that is, if you dare.