A hotel of horrors is opening up to Brits this Halloween.
Bed bugs won’t bite at the Dread and Breakfast, but guests are promised a terrible night’s sleep.
They can expect to celebrate spooky season with an evening of crank phone calls, banging on the walls and even uninvited visitors entering their rooms.
The Kraken Rum is the brains behind the Screamfest experience.
Its D&B hotel is located in an old, abandoned and exceptionally creepy building in London.
The story goes that it is infested with the restless and malevolent souls of mariners that survived an ocean encounter with the Kraken itself.
Living through a meeting with the elusive Beast, and staring into its darkest of souls, was a curse for these sailors, each of them becoming evil incarnate once they reached dry land.
One-by-one they were carefully captured and sent to the building to be locked-up forever.
Today, many years later, the fearless Kraken Hunter, whose sole mission is to track down the Beast, has heard tale of this location and its damned residents.
They believe communion with these spectres will help them track down the Beast on the high seas, but that in itself may be a horror unlike any other.
Every guest that spends a night at the Dread & Breakfast will take on the role of the Kraken Hunter’s assistant and make it their aim to discover the Beast’s last known whereabouts – by willingly putting themselves through a heart-stopping evening of close encounters of the dead kind.
Feeling brave enough to take on the challenge? You can book tickets here.
The Dread and Breakfast hotel is located at 10 Lancaster Gate and will be open for for three sleepless nights from Thursday 28th October to Saturday 30th October.
You must enter a competition to visit the haunting hotel.
Each evening, 140 people will be invited to visit the D&B.
For £10, they get to tour the Halloween-themed lodgings and enjoy a free Kraken cocktail.
Then a lucky few will be selected to stay overnight at the spine-tingling accommodation.
Chosen residents will go to their rooms at 11pm and will check-out with their bags (both for clothes and under their eyes) and frayed nerves at 9am the following morning.
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