This Spooky Manor Is Available To Rent In Minnesota For Just $78 A Night

Kelly Allen
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Photo credit: Sean/Airbnb
Photo credit: Sean/Airbnb

From Delish

Nothing screams Halloween like a spooky manor, and there’s one in Saint Paul, Minnesota, that you can rent for just $78 a night. It’s the perfect eerie atmosphere for celebrating the holiday.

Built in 1883, the manor has remained in the same family for generations and was once voted the most mysterious house in the city by local newspaper the Pioneer Press, according to the listing description. The home is located near both downtown St. Paul and Minneapolis and is only 10 miles from MSP International Airport.

Photo credit: Sean/Airbnb
Photo credit: Sean/Airbnb
Photo credit: Sean/Airbnb
Photo credit: Sean/Airbnb
Photo credit: Sean/Airbnb
Photo credit: Sean/Airbnb

A majority of the house has been refinished and decorated with oddities and antiques, such as old chests, vintage photos, the head of a buffalo, and plenty of plants. A spiral staircase made from an ash tree taken from the yard leads to the bedrooms. The main bedroom has tall ceilings, many windows, and an attached bathroom. There’s a queen-size bed and an air mattress with extra linens to accommodate an additional two people. Outside, there’s a picnic area, off-street parking, and large, enclosed courtyard with a fire pit.

If you get spooked way too easily, don't worry! You won't be alone. The owner has a 9-year-old doberman named Scorch who "loves to meet people and has become a veteran of Airbnb hosting." The owner will also be around. "I try to determine the right amount of interaction per guest," the host wrote in the listing. "I like to chat and have stimulating discussions, but you can let me know when it's time to get busy and get things done."

Photo credit: Sean/Airbnb
Photo credit: Sean/Airbnb
Photo credit: Sean/Airbnb
Photo credit: Sean/Airbnb
Photo credit: Sean/Airbnb
Photo credit: Sean/Airbnb

It looks like the manor is still available for Halloween weekend if you want to book it. Otherwise, a spooky stay in November will do just fine!


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