You Can Now Stay In Hagrid's Cottage

You Can Now Stay In Hagrid’s Cottage

Accio Potterheads! Oh, who are we kidding, we don’t need to summon you guys! You don’t need to look too far to find a fellow Harry Potter geek, because this magical book and movie series has touched the hearts of Muggles and Squibs alike for over two decades. Thanks to J.K Rowling, we have been able to lose ourselves in some of the coolest and most magical locations that the Wizarding World has to offer, and Hagrid’s hut is definitely one of them.

You Can Now Stay In Hagrid’s Cottage

The House Of Hagrid

Although the Malfoys’ aren’t too fond of Rubeus Hagrid, there’s no doubt about the fact that we love this half-giant with all of our hearts. We loved him as the gamekeeper, we loved him as a professor, and we loved him as Harry’s friend. After being cast out of Hogwarts as a youngster, Dumbledore gifted Hagrid with his very hut just on the edge of the Forbidden Forest. While it wasn’t 5* luxury, it was his home.

You Can Now Stay In Hagrid’s Cottage

An Exact Replica

Like many of us, Carol Cavendish is a Harry Potter superfan. After being diagnosed with dyslexia when she was a child, Carol found solace in the story of Harry Potter and soon realized that a new world could take her away from her own for a short while. She fell in love with the characters, and the books helped her through some of the most challenging times in her life. Because of this, she decided to solidify her love for Harry Potter and build a replica of Hagrid’s Hut in her backyard in North Yorkshire, UK.

You Can Now Stay In Hagrid’s Cottage

The Perfect Getaway

Carol invested a whopping $254,000 in this project, but it’s definitely paid off. She now has a luxurious replica of Hagrid’s Hut that’s at her disposal, and she’s making the most of it. In fact, she has recently opened up the hut for fellow Harry Potter fans who want to stay the night. The hut can sleep around six people, and features a huge living room, a roaring fire, and a stunning bathroom complete with green tiles and a copper bathtub. You can even take your pet along for the ride, but you might need to call them Fang for the duration of your stay…

Would you stay here? Well, it’ll cost you just $252 a night!