You can stay in a real life Hagrid Hut from Harry Potter this Christmas for just £2 – The Sun

You can stay in a real life Hagrid Hut from Harry Potter this Christmas for just £2 – The Sun


HARRY Potter fans can stay in a real life version of Hagrid's Hut this winter – for just £2.

Guests will even get a free luxury hamper of goodies when staying for the weekend.

The Grounds Keepers Cottage is in North Shire, a family farm located in the North York Moors.

The cosy cottage can sleep up to six people – four adults and two kids – in the two bedrooms, with a double bed, bunk bed and a double sofa bed.

Inside is also a living room with a wood burner and a kitchen with an oven, fridge and kettle, so you can cook some fancy dinners one night.

The beautiful bathroom even has a freestanding copper bath to kick back in.

While you can hire their themed accommodation throughout the year, they've put on a special competition where you can win a weekend stay for just £2, usually costing £495.

You can enter the competition as many times as you like, with some of the money going towards the Zoe's Place Baby Hospice charity.

The competition ends on October 31, and the winner can select their dates, subject to availability.

Not lucky enough? The owners also have other themed accommodation you can book such as a Hobbit-themed Shire House or a Gryffindor themed dorm room.

Other amazing Harry Potter destinations include De Vere House in Lavenham, which provided the inspiration for Godric's Hollow and is now on Airbnb.

In Enniscorthy in Ireland, Spellcast Cottage is a wizard-themed cottage with secret doors and Gryffindor-themed dorms.

A new Harry Potter attraction is opening in the UK this October where guests can walk through the Forbidden Forest at night.

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