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Emmas' Rooms Overnight

Emma's Hallway

Emma's Fireplace

Emma's Parlor

Emma's Play Room

Emma's Reading Room

Emma's Bathroom

Emma's Bedroom

Emma’s Rooms

Johannes Tiedemann's fifteen-year-old daughter Emma dies in the house on January 15, 1881, soon followed by her grandmother, Wiebke, who died suddenly and unexpectedly, thereby marking the estate's fourth unnatural death. Emma's room has remarkably frequent paranormal activity, reminiscent of happy and innocent vibes, merry music and wonderful parties that Emma lived, clad in ribbons and lace, in her childhood years. Her Bedroom features a queen-sized bed crowned with a Blue Silk Roof, the gothic-style Reading Room [originally Emma's play room], the Black Marble Bathroom, and a large Victorian-style kitchen, painted in Saxon folklore decors. These rooms can accommodate up to two guests to stay the night. These walls are highly active and bursting with creative energy . And, because I know it may get late before you fall asleep, check-out is at 3 p.m. the following day. -- From $175 per guest/night and a minimum of two guests --

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