Many around the world are looking for a scary place to spend the Panic Festival or Halloween, where houses are adorned with heads of ghosts, skulls and terrifying dolls, which is celebrated on October 31 of each year.
According to the British "The Sun" website, horror lovers can stay in a haunted castle with some scary things, which is Ayrshire Castle in Scotland, which was built in the fifteenth century, and is now open for rent to guests.
Built as a wedding gift for Princess Mary, the eldest daughter of James II of Scotland, the 600-year-old castle is located just 20 miles from Glasgow Prestwick Airport.
Inside the castle there is a spiral stone staircase connecting the five layers, where there is a large hall, a kitchen and five bedrooms, some with en-suite bathrooms and four-poster beds, along with wood-burning stoves, next to a seating area.
On the roof is an observation tower that was formerly used by guards, and there is a secret staircase to be found.
One of the scariest places in the castle is the "killing pit", which was previously used to pour hot oil on unwelcome visitors to the castle, and a prison was found behind a secret stone door, another challenge for guests to find.
Previous guests said that they felt the spirits inside the castle, and that the castle's past is frightening, as someone told a local newspaper that he had felt strange things during his stay there.
The cost of renting the castle is 2193 pounds sterling for two nights, and it can accommodate 14 people, but with the new rules imposed by the Scottish government due to the Corona virus, only one family is allowed to be present, where you can have up to six adults only, with no Include children under 11 years of age in the restrictions.
Source: The Sun