Airbnb is the bear-er of good news!
Fans of Winnie the Pooh can now stay in the iconic treehouse cottage inspired by the fictional land of the Hundred Acre Wood to celebrate the 95th anniversary of the lovable Disney character, Fox News reports.
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The nostalgic forest getaway in Nutley, England, U.K., is complete with “Mr Sanders” inscribed above the door, a comfortable sleeping space built for those all-important Winnie the Pooh naps, and shelves stocked full of “hunny” pots.
During each stay at the house, guests will be taken on a guided tour through the original Hundred Acre Wood, play Poohsticks on the iconic Poohsticks Bridge and enjoy locally sourced, hunny-inspired meals, the listing states.
The cabin-style Airbnb features one full sized bed, two elevated bunkbeds, a cozy couch, and wallpaper inspired by the famous book illustrations from E.H. Shepard.
While the house is intended for a family of four, the listing states that a cot or camp bed can be provided on the ground floor for younger guests.
The listing also offers complimentary bottled water and local snacks, a Winnie the Pooh yoga mat, 24-hour security, and full electricity access.
Watch your head! The ceiling height is only a little over 8 feet, giving guests a true cozy experience.
Disney fans have to act fast. The house is only available for two separate stays next weekend on September 24 and 25. Guests can start competing for the exclusive booking on September 20 at 2 pm, BST (or 9 am ET).
The full weekend offer is listed for $105 a night and comes with free parking.
Set your alarms now!