Have a Spooky Vacation at the Octogon Goth House in Lincoln, Illinois

If you are looking for a unique and spooky vacation rental, look no further than the octagonal gothic house on Airbnb in Lincoln, IL. This eight-sided abode is sure to give you a one-of-a-kind vacation experience.

As soon as you arrive at the Octogon Goth House, you will be struck by its imposing and eerie facade. The house is surrounded by a tall black iron fence and the front door is a heavy gothic style affair. But don’t let the exterior fool you: inside, the house is warm and inviting.

Once inside, you will find yourself in the cozy living room, with a fireplace and comfortable furniture. The walls are adorned with quirky gothic artwork and the floors are covered in plush black rugs.

But the real highlight of the Octogon Goth House is the bedroom. This octagonal bedroom is filled with gothic-style furniture, including a four-poster bed and chaise longue. The walls are painted dark red and the curtains are black lace. It’s the perfect setting for a romantic getaway or a solitary retreat.

If you’re feeling adventurous, you can even try your hand at gothic decorating. The house is equipped with all the tools you’ll need to create your own spooky atmosphere, including candles, incense, and even a collection of gothic novels.

But don’t worry, the Octogon Goth House isn’t all dark and grim. In fact, it’s located in a bustling area full of shops, restaurants, and nightlife. And if you need a break from all the Gothic goodness, you can always head out for a day of sightseeing or relaxing in one of the nearby parks.

So if you’re looking for a vacation rental that’s a little different, book a stay at the Octogon Goth House on Airbnb. It is sure to provide you with a memorable and spooky holiday experience!

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