In Rensow Germany, you will find this foreboding manor whose foundations reportedly date back some 1,200 years. It is said to be haunted by the ghosts of Slavic gods.
If you feel the desire to immerse yourself in the haunted history of this place, you are in luck. You can rent out a portion of the home – “The Library Apartment” – as a short-term vacation rental.
The host and owner, a Danish Countess, has decorated the house with 17th-century furniture, and many rooms are lit by candlelight alone!
The Library Apartment is situated on the ground floor of the manor that was built in the year 1690.
The hostess has gone to great effort to preserve the feel of the Baroque-era residence.
The space exudes the spooky feel of dark academia, with bookshelves stocked with dusty antique tomes; deer antlers and heavy oil paintings adorning the walls; and globes and candelabras on desktops.
Guests have access to the two-room apartment which includes a bedroom plus a library/living room, kitchenette, and bathroom.
The hostess – the Danish Countess – lives in the house as well which adds to the intrigue of the place.
A small wood burner heats The Library Apartment.
The carefully arranged tableaus are downright creepy.
Even sunlight creeping into the bedroom has a foreboding aura.
If you would like to indulge in the darkness of Germany’s fascinating Rensow Manor, visit their Airbnb webpage here.