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Attention, Muggles: A ‘Harry Potter’ Bar Is Opening in Toronto

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The Lockhart will have Harry Potter-themed cocktails and tapas.

Ready your wands and broomsticks — a Harry Potter-themed bar is opening in Toronto, Canada.

The Lockhart is named after Defense Against the Dark Arts professor Gilderoy Lockhart, who lost his memory in the series’ second novel, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.

Harry Potter fans will find surprises throughout the bar. For example, there is a hidden Deathly Hallows symbol, a collection of Harry Potter POP! dolls, and a stag’s head on the wall.

Patrons can drink cocktails called Befuddlement Brew, The Shacklebolt, and Ludo’s Debt — all pay homage to the cultural phenomenon. The Shacklebolt is made with ginger beer and Gosling rum with 10 different spices. And, of course, the bar will serve the Hogsmeade specialty butterbeer, but it will be renamed due to copyright reasons.

The Lockhart will also have a small tapas menu with citrus shrimp, jalapeño macaroni and cheese, croquette sandwiches, flavored popcorn, and baked Brie layered with jam. There will also be trivia nights, Halloween parties, and a brunch menu in the near future.


Four New “Harry Potter” Rooms Added to Hotel Near Alnwick Castle

For Harry Potter fans, Alnwick Castle is one of the most recognizable buildings in England. Situated in Northumberland, it is slightly off the beaten track. Luckily, Hallow and Crux offers the perfect boutique hotel experience for dedicated travelers. In preparation for reopening this May, the hotel has been expanded with four new Harry Potter-themed rooms. Plus, scroll down to see a design plan for a garden shed inspired by Dumbledore’s office.

Hallow and Crux is located in Alnwick, 4.3 miles from Dunstanburgh Castle and only about 100 yards from Alnwick Castle, the exterior of which was featured in the first two Harry Potter films as Hogwarts. Remember the first flying lesson? Or Oliver Wood grappling with the Bludger? Both scenes were filmed on these castle grounds.

Hallow and Crux’s restaurant and bar area has a cozy vibe quite like that of Hagrid’s hut.

Hallow and Crux features a restaurant, a bar, and a terrace. There are family rooms on offer, and each room is equipped with a desk, a flat-screen TV, a wardrobe, an electric kettle, and a private bathroom. The daily breakfast options include a full English or an Irish breakfast plate as well as vegetarian and gluten-free options. The nearest airport is Newcastle International Airport, which is 26 miles from the hotel.

The hotel building may be centuries old, but it has all the comforts a modern traveler can ask for.

“We’ve been working hard during the past few months on expanding up from Oscars to create another four individually designed bedrooms with a wizarding theme based on Harry Potter,” hotel owner Mark Jones told a local news outlet about the recent expansion ahead of the next phase of the roadmap to ease lockdown restrictions in England, which means hotels and international travel are permitted.

The new Harry Potter-themed rooms are respectively called the Marauders, Dumbledorm, the Chamber, and Hogwarts Landing, the latter offering a rooftop view toward the actual 11th-century castle.

You can get a view of the castle from the Hogwarts Landing room.

It is not only the magical hotel rooms that are new in this charming location in a building that dates back to the 17th century. The restaurant and pub below called the Dirty Bottles also underwent a £400,000 ($564,000) refurbishment last year to double its capacity. “We’re looking forward to May 17. We wanted to open and be profitable while also giving our customers the best experience possible,” Jones added.


Fans will find the attention to detail in Hallow and Crux’s new rooms enchanting.

In other enchanting design news, you don’t have to miss out on the magic even if you prefer to stay and work from home for a little longer. Along with five more fictional world-inspired designs, we found this Dumbledore’s office garden shed quite charming. Harry did wonder what the whimsical Hogwarts headmaster does in the summer breaks. We think he would be quite content to have a little garden shed such as this as a home office.

What do you think about these designs? Will you be visiting Alnwick Castle to try Hallow and Crux’s new hotel rooms, or will you be bringing more magic into your garden shed this summer?


Four New “Harry Potter” Rooms Added to Hotel Near Alnwick Castle

For Harry Potter fans, Alnwick Castle is one of the most recognizable buildings in England. Situated in Northumberland, it is slightly off the beaten track. Luckily, Hallow and Crux offers the perfect boutique hotel experience for dedicated travelers. In preparation for reopening this May, the hotel has been expanded with four new Harry Potter-themed rooms. Plus, scroll down to see a design plan for a garden shed inspired by Dumbledore’s office.

Hallow and Crux is located in Alnwick, 4.3 miles from Dunstanburgh Castle and only about 100 yards from Alnwick Castle, the exterior of which was featured in the first two Harry Potter films as Hogwarts. Remember the first flying lesson? Or Oliver Wood grappling with the Bludger? Both scenes were filmed on these castle grounds.

Hallow and Crux’s restaurant and bar area has a cozy vibe quite like that of Hagrid’s hut.

Hallow and Crux features a restaurant, a bar, and a terrace. There are family rooms on offer, and each room is equipped with a desk, a flat-screen TV, a wardrobe, an electric kettle, and a private bathroom. The daily breakfast options include a full English or an Irish breakfast plate as well as vegetarian and gluten-free options. The nearest airport is Newcastle International Airport, which is 26 miles from the hotel.

The hotel building may be centuries old, but it has all the comforts a modern traveler can ask for.

“We’ve been working hard during the past few months on expanding up from Oscars to create another four individually designed bedrooms with a wizarding theme based on Harry Potter,” hotel owner Mark Jones told a local news outlet about the recent expansion ahead of the next phase of the roadmap to ease lockdown restrictions in England, which means hotels and international travel are permitted.

The new Harry Potter-themed rooms are respectively called the Marauders, Dumbledorm, the Chamber, and Hogwarts Landing, the latter offering a rooftop view toward the actual 11th-century castle.

You can get a view of the castle from the Hogwarts Landing room.

It is not only the magical hotel rooms that are new in this charming location in a building that dates back to the 17th century. The restaurant and pub below called the Dirty Bottles also underwent a £400,000 ($564,000) refurbishment last year to double its capacity. “We’re looking forward to May 17. We wanted to open and be profitable while also giving our customers the best experience possible,” Jones added.


Fans will find the attention to detail in Hallow and Crux’s new rooms enchanting.

In other enchanting design news, you don’t have to miss out on the magic even if you prefer to stay and work from home for a little longer. Along with five more fictional world-inspired designs, we found this Dumbledore’s office garden shed quite charming. Harry did wonder what the whimsical Hogwarts headmaster does in the summer breaks. We think he would be quite content to have a little garden shed such as this as a home office.

What do you think about these designs? Will you be visiting Alnwick Castle to try Hallow and Crux’s new hotel rooms, or will you be bringing more magic into your garden shed this summer?


Four New “Harry Potter” Rooms Added to Hotel Near Alnwick Castle

For Harry Potter fans, Alnwick Castle is one of the most recognizable buildings in England. Situated in Northumberland, it is slightly off the beaten track. Luckily, Hallow and Crux offers the perfect boutique hotel experience for dedicated travelers. In preparation for reopening this May, the hotel has been expanded with four new Harry Potter-themed rooms. Plus, scroll down to see a design plan for a garden shed inspired by Dumbledore’s office.

Hallow and Crux is located in Alnwick, 4.3 miles from Dunstanburgh Castle and only about 100 yards from Alnwick Castle, the exterior of which was featured in the first two Harry Potter films as Hogwarts. Remember the first flying lesson? Or Oliver Wood grappling with the Bludger? Both scenes were filmed on these castle grounds.

Hallow and Crux’s restaurant and bar area has a cozy vibe quite like that of Hagrid’s hut.

Hallow and Crux features a restaurant, a bar, and a terrace. There are family rooms on offer, and each room is equipped with a desk, a flat-screen TV, a wardrobe, an electric kettle, and a private bathroom. The daily breakfast options include a full English or an Irish breakfast plate as well as vegetarian and gluten-free options. The nearest airport is Newcastle International Airport, which is 26 miles from the hotel.

The hotel building may be centuries old, but it has all the comforts a modern traveler can ask for.

“We’ve been working hard during the past few months on expanding up from Oscars to create another four individually designed bedrooms with a wizarding theme based on Harry Potter,” hotel owner Mark Jones told a local news outlet about the recent expansion ahead of the next phase of the roadmap to ease lockdown restrictions in England, which means hotels and international travel are permitted.

The new Harry Potter-themed rooms are respectively called the Marauders, Dumbledorm, the Chamber, and Hogwarts Landing, the latter offering a rooftop view toward the actual 11th-century castle.

You can get a view of the castle from the Hogwarts Landing room.

It is not only the magical hotel rooms that are new in this charming location in a building that dates back to the 17th century. The restaurant and pub below called the Dirty Bottles also underwent a £400,000 ($564,000) refurbishment last year to double its capacity. “We’re looking forward to May 17. We wanted to open and be profitable while also giving our customers the best experience possible,” Jones added.


Fans will find the attention to detail in Hallow and Crux’s new rooms enchanting.

In other enchanting design news, you don’t have to miss out on the magic even if you prefer to stay and work from home for a little longer. Along with five more fictional world-inspired designs, we found this Dumbledore’s office garden shed quite charming. Harry did wonder what the whimsical Hogwarts headmaster does in the summer breaks. We think he would be quite content to have a little garden shed such as this as a home office.

What do you think about these designs? Will you be visiting Alnwick Castle to try Hallow and Crux’s new hotel rooms, or will you be bringing more magic into your garden shed this summer?


Four New “Harry Potter” Rooms Added to Hotel Near Alnwick Castle

For Harry Potter fans, Alnwick Castle is one of the most recognizable buildings in England. Situated in Northumberland, it is slightly off the beaten track. Luckily, Hallow and Crux offers the perfect boutique hotel experience for dedicated travelers. In preparation for reopening this May, the hotel has been expanded with four new Harry Potter-themed rooms. Plus, scroll down to see a design plan for a garden shed inspired by Dumbledore’s office.

Hallow and Crux is located in Alnwick, 4.3 miles from Dunstanburgh Castle and only about 100 yards from Alnwick Castle, the exterior of which was featured in the first two Harry Potter films as Hogwarts. Remember the first flying lesson? Or Oliver Wood grappling with the Bludger? Both scenes were filmed on these castle grounds.

Hallow and Crux’s restaurant and bar area has a cozy vibe quite like that of Hagrid’s hut.

Hallow and Crux features a restaurant, a bar, and a terrace. There are family rooms on offer, and each room is equipped with a desk, a flat-screen TV, a wardrobe, an electric kettle, and a private bathroom. The daily breakfast options include a full English or an Irish breakfast plate as well as vegetarian and gluten-free options. The nearest airport is Newcastle International Airport, which is 26 miles from the hotel.

The hotel building may be centuries old, but it has all the comforts a modern traveler can ask for.

“We’ve been working hard during the past few months on expanding up from Oscars to create another four individually designed bedrooms with a wizarding theme based on Harry Potter,” hotel owner Mark Jones told a local news outlet about the recent expansion ahead of the next phase of the roadmap to ease lockdown restrictions in England, which means hotels and international travel are permitted.

The new Harry Potter-themed rooms are respectively called the Marauders, Dumbledorm, the Chamber, and Hogwarts Landing, the latter offering a rooftop view toward the actual 11th-century castle.

You can get a view of the castle from the Hogwarts Landing room.

It is not only the magical hotel rooms that are new in this charming location in a building that dates back to the 17th century. The restaurant and pub below called the Dirty Bottles also underwent a £400,000 ($564,000) refurbishment last year to double its capacity. “We’re looking forward to May 17. We wanted to open and be profitable while also giving our customers the best experience possible,” Jones added.


Fans will find the attention to detail in Hallow and Crux’s new rooms enchanting.

In other enchanting design news, you don’t have to miss out on the magic even if you prefer to stay and work from home for a little longer. Along with five more fictional world-inspired designs, we found this Dumbledore’s office garden shed quite charming. Harry did wonder what the whimsical Hogwarts headmaster does in the summer breaks. We think he would be quite content to have a little garden shed such as this as a home office.

What do you think about these designs? Will you be visiting Alnwick Castle to try Hallow and Crux’s new hotel rooms, or will you be bringing more magic into your garden shed this summer?


Four New “Harry Potter” Rooms Added to Hotel Near Alnwick Castle

For Harry Potter fans, Alnwick Castle is one of the most recognizable buildings in England. Situated in Northumberland, it is slightly off the beaten track. Luckily, Hallow and Crux offers the perfect boutique hotel experience for dedicated travelers. In preparation for reopening this May, the hotel has been expanded with four new Harry Potter-themed rooms. Plus, scroll down to see a design plan for a garden shed inspired by Dumbledore’s office.

Hallow and Crux is located in Alnwick, 4.3 miles from Dunstanburgh Castle and only about 100 yards from Alnwick Castle, the exterior of which was featured in the first two Harry Potter films as Hogwarts. Remember the first flying lesson? Or Oliver Wood grappling with the Bludger? Both scenes were filmed on these castle grounds.

Hallow and Crux’s restaurant and bar area has a cozy vibe quite like that of Hagrid’s hut.

Hallow and Crux features a restaurant, a bar, and a terrace. There are family rooms on offer, and each room is equipped with a desk, a flat-screen TV, a wardrobe, an electric kettle, and a private bathroom. The daily breakfast options include a full English or an Irish breakfast plate as well as vegetarian and gluten-free options. The nearest airport is Newcastle International Airport, which is 26 miles from the hotel.

The hotel building may be centuries old, but it has all the comforts a modern traveler can ask for.

“We’ve been working hard during the past few months on expanding up from Oscars to create another four individually designed bedrooms with a wizarding theme based on Harry Potter,” hotel owner Mark Jones told a local news outlet about the recent expansion ahead of the next phase of the roadmap to ease lockdown restrictions in England, which means hotels and international travel are permitted.

The new Harry Potter-themed rooms are respectively called the Marauders, Dumbledorm, the Chamber, and Hogwarts Landing, the latter offering a rooftop view toward the actual 11th-century castle.

You can get a view of the castle from the Hogwarts Landing room.

It is not only the magical hotel rooms that are new in this charming location in a building that dates back to the 17th century. The restaurant and pub below called the Dirty Bottles also underwent a £400,000 ($564,000) refurbishment last year to double its capacity. “We’re looking forward to May 17. We wanted to open and be profitable while also giving our customers the best experience possible,” Jones added.


Fans will find the attention to detail in Hallow and Crux’s new rooms enchanting.

In other enchanting design news, you don’t have to miss out on the magic even if you prefer to stay and work from home for a little longer. Along with five more fictional world-inspired designs, we found this Dumbledore’s office garden shed quite charming. Harry did wonder what the whimsical Hogwarts headmaster does in the summer breaks. We think he would be quite content to have a little garden shed such as this as a home office.

What do you think about these designs? Will you be visiting Alnwick Castle to try Hallow and Crux’s new hotel rooms, or will you be bringing more magic into your garden shed this summer?


Four New “Harry Potter” Rooms Added to Hotel Near Alnwick Castle

For Harry Potter fans, Alnwick Castle is one of the most recognizable buildings in England. Situated in Northumberland, it is slightly off the beaten track. Luckily, Hallow and Crux offers the perfect boutique hotel experience for dedicated travelers. In preparation for reopening this May, the hotel has been expanded with four new Harry Potter-themed rooms. Plus, scroll down to see a design plan for a garden shed inspired by Dumbledore’s office.

Hallow and Crux is located in Alnwick, 4.3 miles from Dunstanburgh Castle and only about 100 yards from Alnwick Castle, the exterior of which was featured in the first two Harry Potter films as Hogwarts. Remember the first flying lesson? Or Oliver Wood grappling with the Bludger? Both scenes were filmed on these castle grounds.

Hallow and Crux’s restaurant and bar area has a cozy vibe quite like that of Hagrid’s hut.

Hallow and Crux features a restaurant, a bar, and a terrace. There are family rooms on offer, and each room is equipped with a desk, a flat-screen TV, a wardrobe, an electric kettle, and a private bathroom. The daily breakfast options include a full English or an Irish breakfast plate as well as vegetarian and gluten-free options. The nearest airport is Newcastle International Airport, which is 26 miles from the hotel.

The hotel building may be centuries old, but it has all the comforts a modern traveler can ask for.

“We’ve been working hard during the past few months on expanding up from Oscars to create another four individually designed bedrooms with a wizarding theme based on Harry Potter,” hotel owner Mark Jones told a local news outlet about the recent expansion ahead of the next phase of the roadmap to ease lockdown restrictions in England, which means hotels and international travel are permitted.

The new Harry Potter-themed rooms are respectively called the Marauders, Dumbledorm, the Chamber, and Hogwarts Landing, the latter offering a rooftop view toward the actual 11th-century castle.

You can get a view of the castle from the Hogwarts Landing room.

It is not only the magical hotel rooms that are new in this charming location in a building that dates back to the 17th century. The restaurant and pub below called the Dirty Bottles also underwent a £400,000 ($564,000) refurbishment last year to double its capacity. “We’re looking forward to May 17. We wanted to open and be profitable while also giving our customers the best experience possible,” Jones added.


Fans will find the attention to detail in Hallow and Crux’s new rooms enchanting.

In other enchanting design news, you don’t have to miss out on the magic even if you prefer to stay and work from home for a little longer. Along with five more fictional world-inspired designs, we found this Dumbledore’s office garden shed quite charming. Harry did wonder what the whimsical Hogwarts headmaster does in the summer breaks. We think he would be quite content to have a little garden shed such as this as a home office.

What do you think about these designs? Will you be visiting Alnwick Castle to try Hallow and Crux’s new hotel rooms, or will you be bringing more magic into your garden shed this summer?


Four New “Harry Potter” Rooms Added to Hotel Near Alnwick Castle

For Harry Potter fans, Alnwick Castle is one of the most recognizable buildings in England. Situated in Northumberland, it is slightly off the beaten track. Luckily, Hallow and Crux offers the perfect boutique hotel experience for dedicated travelers. In preparation for reopening this May, the hotel has been expanded with four new Harry Potter-themed rooms. Plus, scroll down to see a design plan for a garden shed inspired by Dumbledore’s office.

Hallow and Crux is located in Alnwick, 4.3 miles from Dunstanburgh Castle and only about 100 yards from Alnwick Castle, the exterior of which was featured in the first two Harry Potter films as Hogwarts. Remember the first flying lesson? Or Oliver Wood grappling with the Bludger? Both scenes were filmed on these castle grounds.

Hallow and Crux’s restaurant and bar area has a cozy vibe quite like that of Hagrid’s hut.

Hallow and Crux features a restaurant, a bar, and a terrace. There are family rooms on offer, and each room is equipped with a desk, a flat-screen TV, a wardrobe, an electric kettle, and a private bathroom. The daily breakfast options include a full English or an Irish breakfast plate as well as vegetarian and gluten-free options. The nearest airport is Newcastle International Airport, which is 26 miles from the hotel.

The hotel building may be centuries old, but it has all the comforts a modern traveler can ask for.

“We’ve been working hard during the past few months on expanding up from Oscars to create another four individually designed bedrooms with a wizarding theme based on Harry Potter,” hotel owner Mark Jones told a local news outlet about the recent expansion ahead of the next phase of the roadmap to ease lockdown restrictions in England, which means hotels and international travel are permitted.

The new Harry Potter-themed rooms are respectively called the Marauders, Dumbledorm, the Chamber, and Hogwarts Landing, the latter offering a rooftop view toward the actual 11th-century castle.

You can get a view of the castle from the Hogwarts Landing room.

It is not only the magical hotel rooms that are new in this charming location in a building that dates back to the 17th century. The restaurant and pub below called the Dirty Bottles also underwent a £400,000 ($564,000) refurbishment last year to double its capacity. “We’re looking forward to May 17. We wanted to open and be profitable while also giving our customers the best experience possible,” Jones added.


Fans will find the attention to detail in Hallow and Crux’s new rooms enchanting.

In other enchanting design news, you don’t have to miss out on the magic even if you prefer to stay and work from home for a little longer. Along with five more fictional world-inspired designs, we found this Dumbledore’s office garden shed quite charming. Harry did wonder what the whimsical Hogwarts headmaster does in the summer breaks. We think he would be quite content to have a little garden shed such as this as a home office.

What do you think about these designs? Will you be visiting Alnwick Castle to try Hallow and Crux’s new hotel rooms, or will you be bringing more magic into your garden shed this summer?


Four New “Harry Potter” Rooms Added to Hotel Near Alnwick Castle

For Harry Potter fans, Alnwick Castle is one of the most recognizable buildings in England. Situated in Northumberland, it is slightly off the beaten track. Luckily, Hallow and Crux offers the perfect boutique hotel experience for dedicated travelers. In preparation for reopening this May, the hotel has been expanded with four new Harry Potter-themed rooms. Plus, scroll down to see a design plan for a garden shed inspired by Dumbledore’s office.

Hallow and Crux is located in Alnwick, 4.3 miles from Dunstanburgh Castle and only about 100 yards from Alnwick Castle, the exterior of which was featured in the first two Harry Potter films as Hogwarts. Remember the first flying lesson? Or Oliver Wood grappling with the Bludger? Both scenes were filmed on these castle grounds.

Hallow and Crux’s restaurant and bar area has a cozy vibe quite like that of Hagrid’s hut.

Hallow and Crux features a restaurant, a bar, and a terrace. There are family rooms on offer, and each room is equipped with a desk, a flat-screen TV, a wardrobe, an electric kettle, and a private bathroom. The daily breakfast options include a full English or an Irish breakfast plate as well as vegetarian and gluten-free options. The nearest airport is Newcastle International Airport, which is 26 miles from the hotel.

The hotel building may be centuries old, but it has all the comforts a modern traveler can ask for.

“We’ve been working hard during the past few months on expanding up from Oscars to create another four individually designed bedrooms with a wizarding theme based on Harry Potter,” hotel owner Mark Jones told a local news outlet about the recent expansion ahead of the next phase of the roadmap to ease lockdown restrictions in England, which means hotels and international travel are permitted.

The new Harry Potter-themed rooms are respectively called the Marauders, Dumbledorm, the Chamber, and Hogwarts Landing, the latter offering a rooftop view toward the actual 11th-century castle.

You can get a view of the castle from the Hogwarts Landing room.

It is not only the magical hotel rooms that are new in this charming location in a building that dates back to the 17th century. The restaurant and pub below called the Dirty Bottles also underwent a £400,000 ($564,000) refurbishment last year to double its capacity. “We’re looking forward to May 17. We wanted to open and be profitable while also giving our customers the best experience possible,” Jones added.


Fans will find the attention to detail in Hallow and Crux’s new rooms enchanting.

In other enchanting design news, you don’t have to miss out on the magic even if you prefer to stay and work from home for a little longer. Along with five more fictional world-inspired designs, we found this Dumbledore’s office garden shed quite charming. Harry did wonder what the whimsical Hogwarts headmaster does in the summer breaks. We think he would be quite content to have a little garden shed such as this as a home office.

What do you think about these designs? Will you be visiting Alnwick Castle to try Hallow and Crux’s new hotel rooms, or will you be bringing more magic into your garden shed this summer?


Four New “Harry Potter” Rooms Added to Hotel Near Alnwick Castle

For Harry Potter fans, Alnwick Castle is one of the most recognizable buildings in England. Situated in Northumberland, it is slightly off the beaten track. Luckily, Hallow and Crux offers the perfect boutique hotel experience for dedicated travelers. In preparation for reopening this May, the hotel has been expanded with four new Harry Potter-themed rooms. Plus, scroll down to see a design plan for a garden shed inspired by Dumbledore’s office.

Hallow and Crux is located in Alnwick, 4.3 miles from Dunstanburgh Castle and only about 100 yards from Alnwick Castle, the exterior of which was featured in the first two Harry Potter films as Hogwarts. Remember the first flying lesson? Or Oliver Wood grappling with the Bludger? Both scenes were filmed on these castle grounds.

Hallow and Crux’s restaurant and bar area has a cozy vibe quite like that of Hagrid’s hut.

Hallow and Crux features a restaurant, a bar, and a terrace. There are family rooms on offer, and each room is equipped with a desk, a flat-screen TV, a wardrobe, an electric kettle, and a private bathroom. The daily breakfast options include a full English or an Irish breakfast plate as well as vegetarian and gluten-free options. The nearest airport is Newcastle International Airport, which is 26 miles from the hotel.

The hotel building may be centuries old, but it has all the comforts a modern traveler can ask for.

“We’ve been working hard during the past few months on expanding up from Oscars to create another four individually designed bedrooms with a wizarding theme based on Harry Potter,” hotel owner Mark Jones told a local news outlet about the recent expansion ahead of the next phase of the roadmap to ease lockdown restrictions in England, which means hotels and international travel are permitted.

The new Harry Potter-themed rooms are respectively called the Marauders, Dumbledorm, the Chamber, and Hogwarts Landing, the latter offering a rooftop view toward the actual 11th-century castle.

You can get a view of the castle from the Hogwarts Landing room.

It is not only the magical hotel rooms that are new in this charming location in a building that dates back to the 17th century. The restaurant and pub below called the Dirty Bottles also underwent a £400,000 ($564,000) refurbishment last year to double its capacity. “We’re looking forward to May 17. We wanted to open and be profitable while also giving our customers the best experience possible,” Jones added.


Fans will find the attention to detail in Hallow and Crux’s new rooms enchanting.

In other enchanting design news, you don’t have to miss out on the magic even if you prefer to stay and work from home for a little longer. Along with five more fictional world-inspired designs, we found this Dumbledore’s office garden shed quite charming. Harry did wonder what the whimsical Hogwarts headmaster does in the summer breaks. We think he would be quite content to have a little garden shed such as this as a home office.

What do you think about these designs? Will you be visiting Alnwick Castle to try Hallow and Crux’s new hotel rooms, or will you be bringing more magic into your garden shed this summer?


Four New “Harry Potter” Rooms Added to Hotel Near Alnwick Castle

For Harry Potter fans, Alnwick Castle is one of the most recognizable buildings in England. Situated in Northumberland, it is slightly off the beaten track. Luckily, Hallow and Crux offers the perfect boutique hotel experience for dedicated travelers. In preparation for reopening this May, the hotel has been expanded with four new Harry Potter-themed rooms. Plus, scroll down to see a design plan for a garden shed inspired by Dumbledore’s office.

Hallow and Crux is located in Alnwick, 4.3 miles from Dunstanburgh Castle and only about 100 yards from Alnwick Castle, the exterior of which was featured in the first two Harry Potter films as Hogwarts. Remember the first flying lesson? Or Oliver Wood grappling with the Bludger? Both scenes were filmed on these castle grounds.

Hallow and Crux’s restaurant and bar area has a cozy vibe quite like that of Hagrid’s hut.

Hallow and Crux features a restaurant, a bar, and a terrace. There are family rooms on offer, and each room is equipped with a desk, a flat-screen TV, a wardrobe, an electric kettle, and a private bathroom. The daily breakfast options include a full English or an Irish breakfast plate as well as vegetarian and gluten-free options. The nearest airport is Newcastle International Airport, which is 26 miles from the hotel.

The hotel building may be centuries old, but it has all the comforts a modern traveler can ask for.

“We’ve been working hard during the past few months on expanding up from Oscars to create another four individually designed bedrooms with a wizarding theme based on Harry Potter,” hotel owner Mark Jones told a local news outlet about the recent expansion ahead of the next phase of the roadmap to ease lockdown restrictions in England, which means hotels and international travel are permitted.

The new Harry Potter-themed rooms are respectively called the Marauders, Dumbledorm, the Chamber, and Hogwarts Landing, the latter offering a rooftop view toward the actual 11th-century castle.

You can get a view of the castle from the Hogwarts Landing room.

It is not only the magical hotel rooms that are new in this charming location in a building that dates back to the 17th century. The restaurant and pub below called the Dirty Bottles also underwent a £400,000 ($564,000) refurbishment last year to double its capacity. “We’re looking forward to May 17. We wanted to open and be profitable while also giving our customers the best experience possible,” Jones added.


Fans will find the attention to detail in Hallow and Crux’s new rooms enchanting.

In other enchanting design news, you don’t have to miss out on the magic even if you prefer to stay and work from home for a little longer. Along with five more fictional world-inspired designs, we found this Dumbledore’s office garden shed quite charming. Harry did wonder what the whimsical Hogwarts headmaster does in the summer breaks. We think he would be quite content to have a little garden shed such as this as a home office.

What do you think about these designs? Will you be visiting Alnwick Castle to try Hallow and Crux’s new hotel rooms, or will you be bringing more magic into your garden shed this summer?


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