Looking to add a little spooky vacation rental to your travel bucket list? These three US and UK rental homes are reportedly haunted and available for booking for those who are seeking a little extra… adventure.
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The Hobo Hill House of Historical Jefferson City Missouri, Jefferson City, Missouri
Built in 1910, the Hobo Hill House looks not unlike any of the others on the block, but it’s what you can’t see that sets it apart. Beautifully renovated on the upper floors, its basement remains untouched, and with good reason: it holds a haunting past. Sold to a family in 2017, the dream home turned into a nightmare following a spate of paranormal activity that led the family to move out and put this home up for rental. Today, guests can stay in the 109-year-old house in hopes of seeing the television and lights flicker on and off, and even some floating apparitions.
- Sleeps 10
- 3 beds/ 3 baths
Shamrock House, Rocky Bottom, South Carolina
This rustic 100-year-old house rests on a compound that used to be a place for weary travellers passing through to rest their souls for the night. While its notable guests include former US President Lyndon B. Johnson, it’s Nancy the Ghost’s soul that reportedly remains; her weeping sounds can occasionally be heard echoing throughout the home. Just note, this property is “in the sticks,” and about a 25-minute drive from the closest small town, which means there may be no one around to hear your (or Nancy’s) screams.
- Sleeps 21
- 8 beds / 4 baths
The Court House, The Cotswolds, United Kingdom
Located across the pond in The Cotsolds, UK, the Court House is steeped in royal history and then some. Previous guests include King Charles I during the 1643 Siege of Gloucester and the four acres of the property’s landscaped gardens are rumoured to be haunted by his ghost.
- Sleeps 26
- 11 beds/12 baths