Now that autumn weather is settling in for many Disney Fanatics’ hometowns, and the trailer for the long-awaited Hocus Pocus sequel is finally here, many fans of Salem, Halloween, and the Sanderson sisters are clamoring for as many Hocus Pocus experiences as possible — and what better way to honor this cult favorite franchise than to stay in a cottage that is a detailed replica of the original witchy cottage from the first film?
Apparently, “for the first time ever” (no Frozen pun intended), such a cottage exists and has been listed on Airbnb as an available rental for Hocus Pocus fans this October! Take a look at this shockingly-similar Sanderson cottage in the photos shown below!
This rental can be found here, and only costs $31 per night. On October 12 at 1 pm Eastern Standard Time, you can start trying to book the special night-for-two option on October 20, which will include a particularly special viewing of the new movie in the creepy abode!
Would you like to stay in this Airbnb for a viewing of the brand-new sequel when it premieres on Disney+?
If it weren’t for some details like spellbook, the Black Flame Candle, and a witches’ cauldron, this cottage might look downright cozy — but anyone who has seen the Hocus Pocus film will know that it is no such thing!
If you still want more Hocus Pocus after staying in this creepy cottage (which is located in Danvers, not Salem), then feel free to peruse this area where the sequel’s reshoots were filmed or check out this list of Salem Hocus Pocus destinations.
The new film Hocus Pocus 2 sees the original actresses return in their roles as the Sanderson sisters (the witches Sarah Sanderson, Mary Sanderson, and Winifred Sanderson). Some of their original co-stars are returning in the movie, and three young new leads have also been brought into the story: Whitney Peak, Belissa Escobedo, and Lilia Buckingham)!