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You can stay at this magical Harry Potter-themed treehouse in the NC mountains

Posted October 7, 2021 11:43 a.m. EDT
Updated October 7, 2021 11:45 a.m. EDT

You can stay at this magical Harry Potter-themed treehouse in the NC mountains. (Image courtesy of Treehouses of Serenity Airbnb)

Remember your childhood dream of having an owl drop off your very own letter inviting you to attend Hogwarts? Nearly every pre-teen was disappointed when their letter never came – but now you can stay the night in a Harry Potter-themed tree house with panoramic views of the NC mountains to make up for that childhood dream.

Wizards Hollow is one of several magical tree houses – and a real-life hobbit hole – in the Treehouses of Serenity fairytale resort just north of Asheville.

You can stay at this magical Harry Potter-themed treehouse in the NC mountains. (Image courtesy of Treehouses of Serenity Airbnb)

Inside the enchanting tree house, each room is decorated with velvety wall hangings, fluffy Hogwarts-styled pillows and owls watching you from every perch. Eagle-eyed visitors may also find Hedwig herself sitting in a corner near Harry's school books and luggage.

You can stay at this magical Harry Potter-themed treehouse in the NC mountains. (Image courtesy of Treehouses of Serenity Airbnb)

A spiral staircase – where each step is a spell – leads to a loft, where visitors are encouraged to fly their own house flag.

If you look closely, you may even find the secret entrance to the Ministry of Magic.

You can stay at this magical Harry Potter-themed treehouse in the NC mountains. (Image courtesy of Treehouses of Serenity Airbnb)

According to the Airbnb page, the castle is roughly 600 sq.ft. and offers access to Netflix, YouTube and board games for the family.

With a deck encircling the castle, the views outside seem every bit as magical.

You can stay at this magical Harry Potter-themed treehouse in the NC mountains. (Image courtesy of Treehouses of Serenity Airbnb)

"Each property has expansive windows in order to take in the long-range mountain views," says the Airbnb page.

And if Harry Potter isn't your magical preference, there's always the hobbit hole – and several statewide options for haunted rentals around Halloween.

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