If you ever dreamed of living in the Hundred Acre Wood as a kid, we’ve got good news! To celebrate the 95th anniversary of Winne the Pooh, Disney has teamed up with Airbnb to re-create Pooh’s famous home, and it’s for rent!
The treehouse, located in Ashdown Forest, West Sussex in the United Kingdom, is based on the famous A.A. Milne tales. The treehouse was designed by Kim Raymond, the Disney-appointed Winnie the Pooh illustrator, who has been creating the famous bear and his friends in animation form for over 30 years.
The Airbnb can sleep four with a double bed on the ground floor and two smaller beds above crafted in a mezzanine style. There’s also a separate lounge area with comfy, oversized seating, as well as a dining area for honey-feasting.
Inside the pantry and cupboards, guests will find Disney-approved wellness items, like yoga mats, journals, and throw blankets inspired by Pooh that will encourage a relaxing stay.
During their stay, guests are treated to guided tours of Ashdown Forest (aka, the Hundred Acre Wood). They also get to play Poohsticks on the famous Poohsticks Bridge and are served a locally sourced, honey-inspired meal.
The only downside is, at this writing, rentals are limited to U.K. residents only, and booking opens Sept. 20, at 9 a.m. EDT.
However, simply viewing the adorable rooms instantly transports you to Pooh’s world, so be sure to check out all the photos. Even if you can’t visit Pooh’s home in person, you can still celebrate his anniversary at home with a gift for yourself.