Built in 1862 as twin townhouses for two brothers-in-law, the Malaga Inn sits atop secret Civil War-era tunnels. The boutique inn is rumored to be haunted by a female spirit in white, who can be seen pacing Room #007’s balcony. Guests have also reported moving furniture and a swinging chandelier.
In addition to its rose garden, fruit orchard, and stunning views, this cute cottage is best known for its ghost sightings. Not only have guests seen a dark-haired woman dressed in white, an old miner, and a man in a top hat, but they’ve also heard parlor music and wind chimes.
Interestingly enough, Nikola Tesla is believed to have originally wired this former brothel, casino, and saloon in 1899. The Black Monarch is said to be haunted by the ghost of a miner who died in a gunfight. Hosts play into this legend with creepy art and authentic taxidermy.
Before you book your stay at this bed and breakfast, read host Carol’s book, The Ghosts of Captain Grant’s Inn, for all the spooky stories surrounding her renovation. She describes the 12 spirits haunting the inn, as well as the ghost hunter who communicated with them.
Not only was this adorably rustic cottage, which was built in 1799, the filming location for The Conspirator, but it also remains a popular ghost tour stop due to a former resident named Laura. Locals believe she haunts the Historic District staple she once lived and gardened in.
Bell Miller finished building her dream home in 1909 — and many believe the businesswoman still haunts it. Guests have found books removed from shelves and heard a friendly, female voice. If you visit, beware the elevators as many visitors have reported winding up on the wrong floor.
The 160-year-old Lilburn Mansion boasts 7,000 square feet and 20 rooms in its stone and granite structure. Spirits reportedly began making themselves known following repairs from a 1923 fire, manifesting in crying sounds, a swinging chandelier, and the smell of cigar smoke.
Fans of The Dead Files, look no further. The couple who purchased the Hobo Hill House reportedly moved after seven months of night terrors, voices, and a tall male apparition, and are now renting the space to paranormal seekers. Don’t forget to check out the basement's mysterious wet spot.
When this brick house was built in 1890, the second floor apartment functioned as a maid’s quarters, where legend has it a maid committed suicide over unrequited love. Guests have since reportedly experienced ghostly activity, including mysteriously misplaced objects and cold spots.
Often used as a film location, Enslin Mansion has been in the current owner’s family for six generations. It maintains its original hardwood flooring, but is best known for its reportedly haunted second floor bedroom. Stay there if you dare — and take comfort from the two service dogs who live on site.
Owner Michelle, who has appeared on Paranormal State and Portals to Hell, teaches psychic development classes at Inspiration House with board games and spirit communication prompts. Don’t worry, as rumor has it the spirits haunting the four-bedroom are friendly former residents.
Open your mind — and your ears, because David Stewart Farm’s “living” host Stephani will be happy to tell renters about the spirits they share the space with, as well as the farm house’s military history. After all, it was used as a Civil War hospital following the Battle of Gettysburg.
Secluded within 300 acres of Ijams Nature Center and overlooking the Tennessee River, Williamswood Castle has 42 stained-glass windows, a bookshelf hiding a secret staircase, and an antique sleigh bed. Visit the fortress during rainier months for magically misty vibes.
For a collection of haunted artifacts and paranormal investigative equipment on loan, this San Antonio staple has it all. After you explore the property and its neighboring trails, don’t forget to ask Airbnb host Roxy for tarot card readings and spirit board sessions.