Would You Stay in These Haunted Airbnbs?

Updated: Nov. 17, 2023

In the mood for a good scare? Check in to one of these haunted Airbnbs for the night...

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The Manor, St. Paul, Minnesota

This Gothic manor has the perfect vibe for a spooky stay. This haunted Airbnb looks a bit like a castle, with its antique furniture, spiral staircase and turret, the home has the feel of a place where ghosts would want to hang out. Rent out the guest room, if you dare. Paranormal activity in the form of “vibes” coming from one particular closet and visions of a young girl who died in the house in 1908. You should also know that the owner’s Doberman, Scorch, gets high praise from reviewers on The Manor’s Airbnb page.

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The Vintage Estate, La Cañada Flintridge, California

This haunted Airbnb was built in 1929 by ornithologist Robert Moore. Legend has it that Moore hired different workers every day during construction in order to keep his “secrets” intact! On October 30, 1958, Moore passed away in his bedroom, and visitors claim his ghost now haunts the home. Before you rent on Airbnb, here are 14 things you should know.

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Parks-Bowman Mansion: The Library, New Orleans, Louisiana

If you’re on the hunt for a haunted Airbnb, New Orleans, known for its witchcraft, does not disappoint, and the Parker-Bowman Mansion is among the spookiest. One room is referred to as the “Haunted Bedroom,” where the ghost of a girl plays in a yellow dress that wakes you from your slumber. Try one of these 51 tiny Airbnb houses that actually float!

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Elegantly Decayed Creole Mansion, New Orleans, Louisiana

This decaying mansion is another haunted Airbnb in New Orleans. The current owners have created a rather unsettling look by allowing the finishes and furnishing to naturally decay over time. The home was built in 1855, for Louise Vitry, an African-American woman, and her French consort, Archille Courcelle. Louise made waves when she was allowed to keep her home by the Louisiana Supreme Court in 1858. Perhaps you’ll run into her ghost during your stay!

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Haunted Suite in Historic Benton Park, St. Louis, Missouri

Built in 1890, this haunted suite was once a maid’s quarters. Paranormal activity has been reported during stays. Perhaps ghosts visit from nearby Lemp Mansion, home to the cursed family behind the Lemp Brewery. Almost all of the family members died young, by their own hand or both! These 13 Airbnb horror stories will make you think twice.

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Old Cuchillo Hotel in Cuchillo, New Mexico

This abandoned hotel was built in the mid 1800s in Cuchillo, New Mexico, which was originally a stagecoach stop and is now a ghost town. The current owner has reported hearing a whispering voice in his ear, while previous residents have reported crackling from the wood stove, even when it’s not in use. An abandoned saloon on the property is a must-visit during your stay.

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The Haunted Bedroom at Talliston, Great Dunmow, UK

The owners of this haunted Airbnb decorated a bedroom to recreate “in nightmarish detail the bed chamber of a seven-year-old Edwardian child complete with books, toys and ephemera.” Upon your stay, be prepared to smell and hear disturbing things. We want to live in these 12 gorgeous Airbnbs.

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The Haunted Chamber Apartment, York, UK

More than 600 years old, this haunted Airbnb is home to a male ghost with long dark hair and a hat. It’s been reported that he appears over people’s shoulders when there is a drop in temperature. Spooky stuff! The home is located right off the historic road of Stonegate, which was built in the period of Roman rule in Britain.

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Chateau Pitau, Vidnoye, Russia

Located just outside of Moscow, this small castle seems like a dream with its plethora of swimming pools, a wooden sauna and gorgeous gardens. However, it’s been reported that a ghost appears weekly at midnight.

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Laura’s Cottage, Savannah, Georgia

Savannah has no shortage of paranormal activity, offering many ghost tours and walks to educate visitors on the history of the city. Laura’s Cottage (Laura was an African American woman who lived in the home for 50 years) is a popular tour stop. The 18th-century home has been featured in films and on TV, thanks to Laura’s ghost frequently saying hello to many visitors who spend the night. Ready to get out of town? Be sure to do these 12 things before you go.