Harry Potter fans who were planing a trip to Universal’s Hogwarts-inspired theme park were disappointed this year.
The coronavirus crisis lead tourism attractions around the world to close and Orlando was no different.
Though the park has now re-opened, most of us don’t want to travel so far just yet.
Luckily, wizard-fans can get their Potter fix from the safety of the UK if they head to Pimlico, reports Tyla.
The Georgian House allows guests to sleep in their Wizard Chambers and Enchanted Chambers until the end of the year.
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The gothic-style Wizarding chambers are hidden on the lower ground floor of the 19th century hotel.
You’ll walk through a portrait-lined, candle-lit passageway reminiscent of the halls of Hogwarts.
The website states: “Created to conjure a mysterious and gothic feel, each room features faux castle details such as stained glass windows, stone walls, archways, trunks, cauldrons, four-poster beds hung with velvet curtains and an abundance of other curious artefacts.
“Wood burning stoves, cauldrons in fireplaces and tapestries complete the look.”
Sounds like Gryffindor Tower to us!
Oh, but there is free Wi-Fi… because these wizards have modernised.
The Enchanted Chambers are a little smaller and designed for magical couples.
You’ll find your room concealed behind a bookcase door for ultimate privacy.
We’re thinking, Room of Requirement vibes.
The rooms feature “faux castle details such as stained glass windows, stone walls, archways, trunks, wood burning stoves and cauldrons”.
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Plus, there’s a bewitched breakfast service too.
To enhance the experience, there’s also a Wizard Afternoon Tea on Friday to Sunday.
You’ll feast on a three-course afternoon tea filled with “magic and mystery”.
Plus, add on bottomless fizz or one of the hotel’s magical potions – it’s made of “frozen crystals, druid’s water and ancient red fairy dust.”
Accio booking, we say!
Email [email protected] to book or visit their website.
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