Of all the architecture seen on the big screen in the Harry Potter saga surely the Hagrid hut is one of the most iconic of all. It might be for the sympathy of its tenant, or for its position a little secluded, or perhaps for that impression of chaotic truth that is absolutely irresistible.

The fact is that now the fans of the wizard with the scar will be able to experience on their own skin the thrill of lying down and waking up right in that hut. Or rather, in a cottage inspired by the half-giant cottage, inaugurated in North Yorkshire by Carol Cavendish, a great lover of the fantasy world and the signed series J.

Harry Potter fans can now sleep in Hagrid’s hut

Of course, the accommodation, called Groundkeeper’s Cottage, is vaguely more orderly and harmonious than Hagrid’s hut seen at the cinema. But between copper sanitary ware and pretty windows in coloured glass, important details like the numerous lanterns and bottles scattered in the various rooms are not missing. The cottage in question, which has a total of 6 beds, is located within the North Shire of Saltburn-by-the-Sea, a sort of tourist campus entirely dedicated to the fantasy world, where events are often organized. theme. The cost to rent it is around £ 200 per night.

Harry Potter fans can now sleep in Hagrid’s hut