A Seguin hotel likened to a “paranormal Disneyland” was recently included on Airbnb’s list of spooky homes and experiences for Halloween.
The Magnolia Hotel, a former stagecoach station northeast of San Antonio, is a “certified scare-bnb,” according to the vacation rental company.
Owners Jim and Erin Ghedi recently restored the 1840 structure. The couple says there are at least 13 ghosts still residing at the inn.
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Guests can now book two bedrooms — named after people who allegedly died in them — with access to the untouched second floor. That floor has no electricity or air conditioning, but plenty of cobwebs. While the owners do not guarantee paranormal activity, they do guarantee spooky.
“If you are faint of heart then just don’t enter,” the listing says.
Thrill-seekers looking to stay at the Magnolia Hotel this Halloween are a bit too late. The guest suite, which costs $249 per night, is booked through December.
Recent reviews make clear why the Airbnb has proven so popular. One site user, Kristyann, stayed there in September and wrote that her group was so scared four girls slept in one full-size bed.
Guests should note that the owners do not allow video recording or livestreaming inside the building.
“This is like a paranormal Disneyland,” Erin told the Express-News in 2019.