Would you ever book a room at an abandoned jail? In the UK, plans are now being carried out to turn one of Britain's most haunted buildings into a fancy hotel, the Bodmin Jail.

Built in 1779 on the edge of Bodmin Moor in Cornwall, Bodmin Jail is famous for its grisly history for being the site of inmate torture and public executions during its time. The prison was closed in 1927, and to date, it has hosted at least 60 public executions and countless other unrecorded tortures inside its walls.

Today, Bodmin Jail is now a tourist attraction, but the owners want to turn two of its cell blocks into a fancy accommodation. Plans included building 63 suites above the Bodmin Jail museum.

The owners are going to make us of Bodmin Jail's reputation as one of the most haunted buildings in Britain. If all plans are successful, this will be UK's most haunted hotel.

 An architectural company in London, the Twelve Architects, is said to refurbish the whole property of Bodmin Jail. Since its closure in the early 1900s, some of the buildings are now in a derelict state, and a total restoration is needed in order for the place to be fully functional. However, they're still going to retain the spooky ambiance of the whole property, which they think is going to be a hit for the locals as well as tourists.

In a statement, a spokesperson for the Bodmin Jail said: "The jail currently operates as an attraction and venue, but many of the buildings are in a ruinous state, limiting its potential. Twelve Architects, working with a team including Sarner International, Montagu Evans, Arup, Turner & Townsend and Astute Fire, has devised proposals to create a state-of-the-art visitor experience and teaching and learning resource; an upgraded venue for private hire; and a 63-bedroom hotel."

An old, sinister vibe is said to be featured in all the rooms of the hotel. Construction will start in early 2018 if all plans are approved.