What’s it like to stay in ‘Harry Potter’s birthplace?’ Here you go: https://t.co/Eqa7lZs8Qq
— John Lee (@johnleewriter) August 17, 2020
If you’re a fan of Harry Potter and think you’ve done all things Potter, think again.
You can now spend the night at Harry Potter’s birthplace thanks to Airbnb.
The home, known as DeVere House, has been named the “birthplace of Harry Potter” because of CGI that brought the house and others together for the film.
The home was built in the 1300s and was once a hunting lodge before becoming a bed and breakfast.
#HarryPotter birthplace, Godric’s Hollow as used in the movies! To be found in #lavenham, the best preserved #medieval town in #England and in our very own magical #Suffolk. The building itself is 14th Century and is truly #breathtaking. @Visit_Suffolk @eastenglanduk pic.twitter.com/TGPdYr63yZ
— Spirit of Suffolk (@spiritofsuffolk) February 8, 2019