An Airbnb listing welcomes guests to stay in Harry Potter's childhood home.
In the books and movies, the house isn't exactly a charming getaway spot: It's the place where Lord Voldemort killed the then-infant Harry's parents in front of him. It's later revisited by teenage Harry and Hermione in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One, who stop by the fictional town of Godric's Hollow to pay respects to his mom and dad.
In real life, the De Vere House in Lavenham, England, is a 14th century cottage bed and breakfast in the middle of a medieval village. It offers two bedrooms, plus a dining room and a reading room for bookworms on a "Potter" pilgrimage.
"In the filming of Harry Potter, different parts of De Vere House were cut and paste to make up the whole of Godric's Hollow," reads a description on the De Vere House website. "Filmed during the summer, the special effects team added winter snow (even pasting a Christmas tree into our front bay window together with the sound of Christmas carols in the background)."
Also up the "Potter" franchise alley: The website chronicles a "rich history" of ghost stories, including an earl's son and a soldier who died in the Thirty Years' War in the early 1600s. Not your thing? "All of their many manifestations have perfectly logical and scientific explanations," the owners reassure.
One caveat: The listing says the location isn't suitable for children or infants "due to the age and layout of the house." Read: original Harry Potter fans only.