The Georgian House in London has created what they call "wizard chambers," where guests can stay in two of its rooms that look like the dormitory rooms inhabited by students at the “Potter” magical school Hogwarts. Amenities include that four-poster bed, a school trunk at the foot of the bed, cauldrons, potion bottles, and other decorating touches.
“Don’t worry, we include full English breakfast in your stay, and not a ghoulish feast of entrails!” the hotel website reads.
The rooms aren’t the only sign that “Potter” fever isn’t going away anytime soon – publisher Bloomsbury recently announced that it will be celebrating Harry Potter Night in the UK this February and is inviting bookstores, schools, and libraries to participate. “Potter” isn’t disappearing from movie theaters, either; a film trilogy based on “Potter” author J.K. Rowling’s book “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” which is set in the “Potter” universe, is being made. The first film in the trilogy will debut in 2016.