You can now spend the night in Harry Potter's Godric's Hollow family home
Any Harry Potter fan worth their salt will tell you that the boy wizard didn't spend his entire childhood outside of Hogwarts at Privet Drive, with his blustering Uncle Vernon and severe Aunt Petunia.
Take a look at this incredible Harry Potter themed fortress that these grandparents built:
Before he was left on the doorstep of number 4 Private Drive with a letter of explanation, Harry Potter grew up with his parents in Godric's Hollow. The family was in hiding due to a threat against their lives from Lord Voldemort, who would eventually discover the secret of their hiding place and murder Harry's parents.
The rest, as they say, is history; and if you want to get yourself your own slice of the wizarding world, then you now have the ultimate chance to do so.
That's right, you lucky lot now have the opportunity to stay in the real-life Potter family home, which is now listed on Airbnb.
The property is called De Vere House, and it's situated in the medieval village of Lavenham, Suffolk.
A private room in De Vere House is available to book through Airbnb from £254 for two nights, two guests, including a full English breakfast and cleaning.
The bedroom comes kitted out with a four poster bed, and there's a private living room for guests to use, too.
Per the Independent, the house appeared in the Harry Potter movies, and the village of Lavenham featured as Godric's Hollow.
And De Vere House isn't the only property that might pique the interest of Potter heads. Back in May, a holiday home inspired by Hagrid's hut opened at North Shire near the North York Moors National Park. The pad, which is called The Groundkeeper’s Cottage can sleep up to six guests and features many subtle nods to all things Potter.
If you're interested in booking the real life Potter residence at 'Godric's Hollow', you can do so by visiting Airbnb.