If you’re a millennial, chances are your childhood was impacted by Harry Potter. Putting the author aside for a minute, there is no denying that the actual books, themselves, were something magical.
Personally for me, the character of Hermoine was a game changer. She made 10-year-old me feel like it was okay to be the girl with all the answers in class, and I’m sure all Harry Potter fans have their own stories of how they were impacted by the books.
I’m definitely sure that at some point, we’ve all eagerly waited for our Hogwarts letter so that we could emerge ourselves into our favorite fantasy world. However, lucky for us Potterheads, there are multiple options for living out our Harry Potter fantasies.
Besides the Wizarding World in Orlando, Florida, as well as other attractions, there is a rather cute Airbnb that would make for a great stay for anyone who’s a Harry Potter fan.
Just an hour outside of London, there is an Airbnb – known as the De Vere House – in the real life village of Lavenham, which made an appearance in the second to last movie in the Harry Potter series, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1.”
The house serves as part of the fictional town of Godric’s Hollow, which is officially where Harry Potter was supposed to be born. So, you could spend time in Harry’s fictional birth home. How cool is that?
If you want to book a stay, the De Vere House’s rooms are available to rent on weekends beginning in spring. The rates start off about $185 per night, with a two-night minimum.
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