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'Harry Potter' Fans Can Now Stay In A Hogwarts-Themed Airbnb

'Harry Potter' Fans Can Now Stay In A Hogwarts-Themed Airbnb

HP fans, we've found your haven.

Ciara Sheppard

Ciara Sheppard

Harry Potter fans, you might want to snap up this incredible Hogwarts-themed Airbnb for your first post-lockdown getaway.

Wizard's Way, located in Florida, US (and near the Universal Orlando Resort) is a HP fans dream come true.

Wizard's Way's hallways mimic Hogwarts' portrait gallery (

The eight bedroom home features bedrooms based on the four Hogwarts houses - Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, and Slytherin - while each bathroom has its own Harry Potter theme, from Hedwig and the Ministry of Magic to Dobby, and Sirius Black.

The incredible bedrooms feature some seriously cool beds, including a car-shaped design - inspired by Harry and Ron getting stuck in the Willow Tree in Chamber of Secrets - and a bed that looks like the Hogwarts Express, complete with chimney, sound effects, interactive engine controls and a steam stack to mimic the mighty steam train.

One of the bedrooms even features a Hogwarts Express steam train (

There's even a platform 9¾, complete with Harry's trunk and Hedwig, on one of the walls!

But it doesn't stop there: there's even a theatre room themed as the Forbidden Forest (complete with special black lights that create Dementors and patronuses) and a kitchen themed on the Great Hall, with Dumbledore's dining chair.

The pièce de résistance has to be the home's garage, which has been transformed into a Quidditch pitch game room, where you'll even be able to play a huge game of Wizard's Chess.

Whether you're the Harry Potter nut or you have a friend or family member who is, Wizard's Way sounds like such a memorable stay. Surely this place is like heaven for fans of the wizarding world?!

All the rooms are themed on the four Hogwarts Houses (

We think this one might be worth hopping on a plane for (when we're allowed, obvs).

Kyle Barton, a spokesperson for Loma Homes, who are hosting the property, said: "My favorite is the Forbidden Forest-the invisible black light paint creates such a fun experience and surprise for our guests when they flip the lightswitch."

Even the doors have the house banners (

The home is currently going for $500 per night (£396), but you'll want to book your stay soon - we have a feeling there's going to be a high demand for this one when lockdown ends.


You can book the accommodation from next week, but of course, you won't be able to fly for a while, so it's best to wait until you're sure you can get there.

As for the rules about staying in private accommodation, the current UK legislation states you should stay in your primary residence wherever possible. This means that until these measures are eased, Airbnb stays are prohibited despite the site running bookings on a discretionary basis.

The hospitality industry - including hotels and home stays - is expected to start up again on 4th July, so it's best to wait until then to book anything.

Click here to book your stay.

Featured Image Credit: Caters

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