You Can Now Book A Wizard-Themed Hotel With A Magical Afternoon Tea
Can't make it the Wizarding World of Harry Potter this year? We have the next best thing.
A hotel in Pimlico, London, is offering guests a magical stay in their wizard-themed lodgings along with afternoon tea inspired by all things magic.
Georgian House Hotel is offering visitors the chance to stay in its Wizard Chambers and Enchanted Chambers until the end of the year - and both sounds perfect for fans of HP.
First up is the Wizarding Chambers, which have been "created to conjure a mysterious and gothic feel," according to the hotel, with each room featuring faux castle details such as stained glass windows, stone walls, archways, trunks, cauldrons and a four-poster beds hung with velvet curtains.
There's also wood burning stoves, cauldrons in fireplaces and tapestries. Magical!
The slightly smaller option is the Enchanted Chambers, designed for couples. According to Georgian House: "Each room features faux castle details such as stained glass windows, stone walls, archways, trunks, wood burning stoves and cauldrons."
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Also opening at the hotel from 4th September is the Pimlico Pantry - and incredible immersive dining experience available from Friday to Sunday.
"Dare to take a trip that will transport you into a world of magic and marvel?," says the hotel. "Our Wizards have been working and they've created a spellbinding experience that's sure to astonish. Enjoy a three-course afternoon tea filled with mystery and magic, it's sure to leave your head popping!"
You can upgrade your afternoon teach with bottomless prosecco or the hotel's enchanted cocktails which are made with a mix of frozen crystals, druid's water and ancient red fairy dust.
Prices start from £199 per night for the Enchanted Chambers stay, breakfast, and Wizard Afternoon Tea for two.
The chambers are getting booked up quickly but there's still few available slots for October half term. To book, you simply need to email [email protected]
Featured Image Credit: Georgian House Hotel
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