Would You Want To Spend Halloween Night In Dracula’s Castle?

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Still looking for the perfect Halloween plans? Here is one idea that will definitely beat handing out candy to neighboring children or wearing an uncomfortable costume while making small talk at a friend’s party.

What if we told you that you could spend the night in Dracula’s castle? Not just in the castle, but in a coffin!

Airbnb is offering the unique opportunity to experience the Bran Castle in Translvania. And according to the post, you should be prepared to do a lot more than sleep.


The lucky pair of guests will be greeted by the great grandnephew of Bram Stoker, the mastermind who wrote the famous 19th century novel.

Once arriving at the castle, guests will be whisked away by a horse-drawn carriage and allowed to explore the castle’s 57 rooms.

Airbnb also explains that if guests find a secret passage they will be rewarded by a “blood-enriching” meal “prepared exactly as described” in Stoker’s novel.

After your meal, you can retreat to Dracula’s crypt where there will be two velvet-lined coffins waiting for you. Try to sleep if you can…

There are a few house rules if you are chosen as the lucky pair:
• No garlic or garlic-scented items allowed 
• You are kindly requested to leave your silver jewellry at home 
• Do not cross the cutlery. In fact, please refrain from placing anything in a cross formation 
• Beware of the bats in the castle tower 
• Please close all curtains before sunrise 
• The count is not a fan of mirror selfies

Wondering how to get your chance on this one of a kind sleepover. Head over to Airbnb and enter this contest by sharing what you would do if found face-to-fang with Dracula. The winner and one guest will be flown to Translyvania for the scariest night of their life.

So, will you be entering? What would you say to Dracula?

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