Good news for traveller Harry Potter fans. Now, Harry’s childhood home can be occupied, did you know?
Reported by several Mirror, JK Rowling’s fictional fans can now stay at The De Vere House in Lavenham, Suffolk, England. This property appears in the film as Harry Potter’s childhood home.
To stay at the house where Harry’s parents were tragically killed by Voldemort, a traveller can make it up at a price of 110 pounds sterling or around Rp 1.98 million per night and can be ordered via Airbnb.
This two-bedroom house is equipped with a TV, wifi, a private living room with a fireplace, and a garden in the yard. In addition, visitors can also enjoy an English breakfast. Homeowners, Jane and Tony Ranzetta have lived in this house for more than 20 years. Jane said local residents and the media often refer to the property as “Harry Potter’s Home“.
However, jokingly travellers are also advised to be careful because the property in the Harry Potter house is not suitable for pets and children. The reason is the potential presence of boggarts and Voldemort who come knocking and looking for a baby boy.