Many of us are obsessed with the Harry Potter franchise, and would do almost anything to have the most immersive wizarding world experience possible.
Amazingly for Hagrid fans, you can now rent a holiday cottage which is inspired by the fictional home of Rubeus himself, Keeper of Keys and Grounds at Hogwarts.
The Groundkeeper’s Cottage has recently opened at North Shire near Saltburn on the edge of the North York Moors National Park, and is almost exactly a replica of Hagrid's Hut in the magical series.
With International Harry Potter Day just around the corner, on May 2, the cottage couldn't have arrived at a better time.
The cottage has three interlocking circular slate-roofed buildings featuring stained glass windows, an open plan living room, seating in front of a feature fireplace, wood beams with Hagrid paraphernalia and a lantern-lit wooden door.
The owner Carol Cavendish has loved Harry Potter since her early 20s, and has incorporated small Potter-themed touches such as an ink bottle and quill and bespoke copper basin in the bathroom.
She's made a comfortable retreat for any wizards or witches to adore, for just £195 (€225) per night. The cottage itself took £195,000 to build, and the holiday rental can sleep up to six people.
If you've got a dog, or your very own Fang, you're also welcome to bring one well-behaved pet for an extra cost.
Grab your brooms and get down there before it sells out years in advance.
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