Just when you thought you’d seen all the Harry Potter travel goodies the world had to offer, a London hotel has redecorated a pair of rooms to delight even the pickiest of witches, wizards or muggles.
The Georgian House was originally built in 1851, and unlike many modern hotels, it's still run by descendants of the original owners. Many of the rooms feature clean modern lines or tasteful flowered wallpaper.
But the new Harry Potter suite is pure fun.
“The initial idea was to find something to really appeal to children,” Serena von der Heyde, partner at The Georgian House, told the Daily Mail.
The hotel now has two unique rooms, designed to resemble sleeping quarters at Hogwarts castle. Outfitted with four poster beds, old-fashioned trunks, “potion bottles and cauldrons, and unexpected wizardly details,” according to the official description.
If you’re really in the mood for some magical fun, guests at the hotel can opt for the Harry Potter Tour Package, which includes a visit to the Warner Bros studio where all of the movies were filmed.
Nightly rates for the custom rooms at The Georgian House start at about $390 for the smaller Wizard Chamber, which sleeps three guests. The larger suite sleeps five and starts at $580 per night.