If you’ve ever dreamed of living like a Shakespeare character for a day, you could soon find out what it’s like.

Airbnb is offering two guests the chance to spend a night at Kronborg Castle — the castle from “Hamlet” — in Helsingør, Denmark.

The listing, which we first read about on Travel + Leisure, is available for just £8 (including a service fee) for one night only on April 23, the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death.

During their stay, guests will have the entire King’s Tower to themselves, and will be treated to a grand banquet for dinner, as well as breakfast in bed the next morning, according to the listing.

There are just a few house rules to bear in mind. Guests are warned to watch out for “rotten” floorboards, and that the door to the tower locks from the inside only. There’s also no smoking allowed.

To win a night in the castle, fans of the Bard should contact the listing’s host — coincidentally, a man named Hamlet — over Airbnb with their reason for why they deserve to sleep in the mad prince’s residence by 11.59 p.m. on April 13. Extra points will be awarded to submissions written in iambic pentameter.

The castle is one of 12 Shakespeare-themed accommodations available on Airbnb, including a terrace in Verona like the one from the famous balcony scene in “Romeo and Juliet” (from £250/night), and a private island in Belize where guests can re-enact “The Tempest” (from £256/night). Though Kronborg Castle is by far the cheapest (and perhaps the creepiest) option available.

Take a look inside Hamlet’s castle below.