Travel for History nerds
Stay or play in palaces, churches, abbeys, asylums, and more.
A 12th century castle on a hill overlooking the Rhine valley - great for couples and groups.
Explore an 800 year old medieval castle, socialize in the great hall, and sleep in the dungeon.
A remote castle in the Swiss countryside - perfect for the truly adventurous.
A 16th Century rustic Scottish castle escape, nestled in the ancient landscape of Kilmartin Glen.
A 12th century castle near Porto that includes a watchtower and over four acres of gardens + an outdoor pool.
Stay in a 19th century Italian manor house with 200 acres of grounds.
You may be brave, but are you ‘stay in an old asylum overnight’ brave?
A former sanatorium in the remote Latvian countryside. Scared? You can bring friends!
Stay in the Victorian Old Leith Hospital - dating from 1897 and featuring modern amenities.
A former fever hospital, which has also been a rope mill (remains of original wheel are still in place), and a dairy.
Stay in the former Belgrave Hospital for Children, built in 1899.
An historic lakeside mansion turned museum, constructed in 1917 .
Does “The Madness Chamber” sound ominous enough to you?
18th century cottage and filming location in the heart of Savannah.
An 1883 home once voted the most mysterious house in Saint Paul.
A third floor apartment shared with the charming ghost of a little girl.
Stay in the former homes of leading ladies and gentlemen.