Winnie the Pooh’s living quarters are serious tree house goals.
To celebrate Disney’s 95th anniversary of Winnie the Pooh, Pooh’s living space has been turned into reality.
Kim Raymond, who has been drawing the bear for more than 30 years has brought the fictional home to life and has turned Pooh’s home into an Airbnb.
The custom built home inspired by A.A. Milne, the author of the Winnie the Pooh tales includes identical features from the outside while looking incredibly warm and cozy on the inside.
The Bearbnb as it is affectionately called, includes shelves filled with honey pots, the classic “Mr. Sanders” inscription on the front of the treehouse, wooden floors and even a table and a chairs set outside for food and drinks, all nestled away in the Hundred Acre Wood.
The house itself sleeps four and all who stays over at Pooh’s house can participate on a guided tour through the original Hundred Acre Wood.
Situated in England’s Ashdown Forest, if you choose to visit you’ll need to mark your calendars for September 20th at 9 a.m. ET when the listing opens up because Pooh’s house is only available for just two separate stays on September 24th and the 25th.
The only catch is Pooh’s living quarters are only available to individuals who currently live in the UK, but here’s hoping the house opens up to everyone who wants to have a sleepover at Pooh’s!
To book a stay, you can visit the airbnb website.