Want to spend a night in Hamlet’s haunted castle? Here’s how…


The 15th Century Kronborg Castle in Denmark is all set to honor the Bard of Avon on his 400th birthday on April 23. The castle was featured in Shakespeare’s play Hamlet as the setting of the tragedy and will now be open to guests on the birth anniversary of the playwright. All you have to do is visit the castle’s AirBNB listing and tell the host why you want to stay in the magnificent castle.

If you win, you’ll be treated like true royalty beginning with a 7 course banquet in the ballroom complete with a laundry list of renaissance inspired dishes (asparagus with oyster emulsion, boneless quail, shoulder well with figs and apricots and lemon soufflé to name a few) and famous Danish actors, singers and writers to keep you company while you’re entertained by the Royal Danish Ballet.

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After the feast, you’ll spend the night in the King’s Tower which boasts views of the castle moat and if you’re lucky, the Danish coast too! You’ll sleep on a magnificent canopy bed with a stack of embroidered pillows!
The contest closes on April 13th, so go try your luck today! It doesn’t matter where you live, winners will be flown in for this once-in-a-lifetime experience.

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