Are you really a cultural phenomenon if you don’t have a listing on Airbnb? Everyone from purveyors of hotdogs to the owners of the real-life Downton Abbey castle have embraced the sleepover—and now you can add Harry Potter to that list.
For $142 a night, you can rent a room in the de Vere House, the real-life name of the wizard’s fictional childhood home, where he lived with parents until Lord Voldemort came to wreck havoc.
Situated in the idyllic medieval village of Lavenham, England, the storied B&B is a beacon of past eras. Originally built in the 14th-century for the wealthy de Vere family, part of the house was later demolished and rebuilt in the late 1920s.
Today, the home retains plenty of its old English charm, including a stone spiral staircase, a medieval painting, and a giant wooden door emblazoned with hand-carved huntsmen. The two rentable rooms come with stately four-poster beds, while a private sitting room boasts timber ceiling beams and a candelabra chandelier.
The listing doesn’t mention its famous former inhabitant. Then again, it doesn’t mention its other former inhabitants either (spoiler: the place is probably haunted).