ITV Harry Potter: The Incredible Godric’s Hollow Airbnb 2 hours from London where Harry was born, only £ 195 a night

Harry Potter fans can live out their ultimate magical fantasy by staying in real life in Godric’s Hollow.

The village, otherwise known by his real name Lavenham, was the filming location of Harry Potter’s birthplace in the film series.

Potter fans can enjoy the full Wizarding World experience by staying at De Vere House via Airbnb.

Harry Potter fans can stay at the iconic house

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The idyllic location is just a two hour drive from the capital, but makes guests feel like they’ve been transported to a whole new world.

The village of Lavenham is arguably Britain’s most beautiful medieval village, thanks to its over 300 protected heritage properties.

It’s no wonder that this incredible location served as a filming location for Godric’s Hollow throughout the Harry Potter films.

The houses are all slightly wobbly with a distinctive medieval timber frame decorating each house.

De Vere House is a former popular five-star and Gold Award bed and breakfast, but is now available for guests to stay through Airbnb.

Guests can stay in four-poster rooms, equipped with private bathroom, TV, WIFI Internet access, private lounge with fireplace and courtyard garden.

The house attracts large numbers of tourists, and is believed to be the second most photographed door in the UK, after Downing Street.

The incredible door to enter the Airbnb
The incredible door to enter the Airbnb

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According to the Airbnb announcement, the house is not suitable for pets, children under 18, or people with reduced mobility due to the age and layout of the house.

Visitors must book for a minimum of two nights, each night costing £ 195 plus a service charge.

Elsewhere in the village, visitors can find a magnificent medieval church, award-winning restaurants, craft and antique shops.

There are also a variety of tea rooms and a spa in the village to keep visitors entertained.

Find the listing on Airbnb here.

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