It doesn’t get any cozier than Hagrid’s cottage from Harry Potter, and now you can actually stay in this one-of-a-kind fantasy dwelling. At the North Shire on the edge of England’s North York Moors National Park, the Groundskeeper’s Cottage is now open for bookings.
Inspired by the film’s portrayal of the cottage, it features three circular, interlocking slate-roofed buildings, two with turrets and all with stained-glass windows. It also has a wooden door lit by a lantern, a spacious living room with a galley kitchen and dining area, roaring fireplace, and Hagrid-inspired furnishings like ropes, leather bags, lanterns, and old baskets. And unlike visitors to Hagrid’s actual cottage, you won’t have to force down a tray of rock cakes or endure Fang’s slobber.