The world went crazy with the launch of the first Harry Potter book in 1997. Everyone became obsessed with the magnificent wizarding world that J.K. Rowling created. The series gained so much popularity that it led to a movie series, movie studio, theme park, and even Harry Potter-themed Airbnbs. Harry Potter fans call themselves “Potterheads.” Since the launch of the first book loved by millions of people to date. So. If you are a Potterhead like me, you must be craving the taste of Wizarding World. So you should visit these places to make your inner Potterhead happier.
Harry Potter’s Hogwarts Castle Theme
Location: Greer, South Carolina
Average Cost Per Night: $150
Six guests can be accommodated in this house. It is just like the Common room and dorms of Hogwarts. Also, efforts were made to make this place the way it feels like being in actual Hogwarts. A full-sized armor suit is also placed in this place. The Harry Potter theme can be clearly seen in the minimalistic elements present in this house. It is close to a town full of restaurants and shops. So you can stay at Harry Potter’s Hogwarts Castle Themed house and still have all the attractions of tourism.
Harry Potter Suite with Private Entry and Bathroom
Location: Orange, California
Average Cost Per Night: $106
This is a dream place for all potter heads. It’s a one-bedroom suite decorated with intricate details, including a stuffed Hedwig and a map of Wizarding World.
The staircase of this place is made with such details that it seems just like the original moving staircase of Hogwarts. You can also see the Rosemary House garden from this room. It is within walking distance from Disneyland, nearly five miles away.
Harry Potter & Fantastic Beasts Fan School Dorm
Location: Salem, Massachusetts
Average Cost Per Night: $325
This Airbnb is just like the common room and dorm of Gryffindor. It is located close to many restaurants in the heart of Salem. It also includes some sets in the Hocus Pocus film. Hogwarts alumni Harry and Ron’s beds are here, along with a breakfast nook where you can sip tea or coffee.
Wizards Way by Loma Homes
Location: Champions Gate, Florida
Average Cost Per Night: $529
The Wizard’s Way has eight bedrooms with various themes and can accommodate sixteen people. The dining room table replicates the ones in the Great Hall uncannily.
In addition to a movie theatre inside the Airbnb, guests can access all the resort’s pools, rivers, and other attractions. Children will enjoy reading in the cozy nook under the stairs!
Harry Potter Cottage by Universal Studios
Location: Los Angeles, California
Average Cost Per Night: $275
This magnificent house, also known as Storybook Cottage, is in a fantastic position, just 20 minutes from Disneyland and Universal Studios.
This Airbnb has a witch hut and a Hagrid’s house. Up to six people can stay there. It is in a calm location that fits the laid-back style of a vacation, making it perfect for a family holiday or self-care.
Location: Woodfin, North Carolina
Average Cost Per Night: $364
Wizard’s Hollow’s exterior gives the impression that the Shrieking Shack and Hogwarts may have been blended together. However, its interior is stunning and features modest Harry Potter touches.
Wizard’s Hollow is one of the “Treehouses of Serenity,” a collection of seven treehouses. Even though it is only 10 minutes from town, the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina provide the place a pleasant sense of solitude.
Harry Potter Fan’s Dream Dorm Room
Location: Chickamauga, Georgia
Average Cost Per Night: $120
The Dream Dorm Room is special in that the host customizes an experience for each visitor and is about a mile from the old town. Super fans can explore and discover several little items thanks to the movable, interactive elements.
The town has numerous attractive stores and restaurants, and Chickamauga National Park is only a few miles away.
Magical Luxury Harry Potter-Themed Airbnb
Location: San Francisco, California
Average Cost Per Night: $169
It can accommodate up to five people and is located in San Francisco. In addition to a gym in the apartment, a balcony is available for visitors.
The Orpheum Theater, City Hall, and even the UN headquarters are close by this place. However, it may not be the nearest hotel to Disneyland. Additionally, there are a lot of restaurants, markets, and stores around.
Location: Kissimmee, Florida
Average Cost Per Night: $115
This is the best place for you if you have a huge group of Potterheads with you. This five-bedroom home can accommodate up to thirteen people. The single bedroom upstairs represents Dumbledore’s office, and the four bedrooms on the main floor each represent a Hogwarts house.
A Nintendo Switch and other games are installed in a living area with a common room vibe. Besides these, the following features are also a part of this place:
- 20 minutes away from Universal Studios
- 15 minutes away from Disneyland
- A pool
- A Jacuzzi
“Wizarding World” Tiny Home
Location: Buda, Texas
Average Cost Per Night: $105
With a few subtle e Harry Potter references, this tiny cottage captures the heart of the wizarding world. It is located behind a drive-in movie theatre. Although there is only one bed, there is also a sofa and a blow-up mattress.
However, Austin, Texas, is only 20 minutes away from this house. Besides, a s’mores machine is available with all the ingredients you need to create the perfect after-hours treat. The Airbnb is next to a restaurant, and small dogs are welcomed with a fee.
Location: Queens, New York
Average Cost Per Night: $144
The Long Island Railroad is only a twenty-minute walk away from this place. This Airbnb is near to pretty nearly everything in Queens. It features a full kitchen but only one bedroom and bathroom. Wizarding Welcome has interesting Potterhead decorations. Moreover, it features a charming deck where you may relax and a sweet breakfast nook.
The additional features of this place include:
- Convenient parking lot
- Shops and stores within walking distance
- Restaurants nearby
Location: Asheville, North Carolina
Average Cost Per Night: $396
The “Treehouses of Serenity” in Asheville have alchemy as well. This smaller residence matches Hagrid’s Hut and even contains a small camp for outdoor adventures. Furthermore, it has stunning views of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Alchemy appears to be surrounded by nature, although it is only a short drive from the city. Alchemy welcomes visitors with vibrant hues and a welcoming atmosphere that makes them feel at home.