You've heard of a gingerbread house but what about a Dairy Milk Cottage topped with Mini Eggs?

If this is your cottage of dreams then Cadbury's will make them come true as this Easter they are selling a build-your-own Dairy Milk Cottage.

Available on the Cadbury's Gifts site, the house has Dairy Milk bar walls, a rabbit-covered bar roof (Dairy Milk Spring Bar) and Mini Eggs for the roof tiles.

Altogether the kit contains four Dairy Milk bars, two Dairy Milk spring bars, Mini Eggs and white buttons and assembly instructions. It costs £16 and a whole lot of chocolatey fun, with adult supervision, of course.

The assembly requires melting chocolate and using a knife so it's not suitable for children to assemble alone.

Easter falls during the first weekend of April this year and there's plenty of time to buy the cottage ahead of the big day.

Hopefully Easter will see people in Wales allowed to go on a spring break as the Welsh Government has been hosting talks with the tourism and hospitality industries about reopening.

First Minister Mark Drakeford has been cautious about discussing reopenings of holiday lets and caravan sites, but last week said that the Welsh Government was looking at the possibility of some "limited" re-opening of self-contained accommodation only.

"We are looking at opening places where people don't mix with other people, where there aren't shared facilities," he explained to BBC Breakfast.

"That is how we began the re-opening of tourism in Wales last year. If we can bring that forward to Easter I know that will be some relief to many hundreds of thousands of families in Wales. Six weeks is a very long time, so we will have to make that final decision closer to the time."

He said the partial re-opening of tourism would include B&B's and hotels with room service as long as they are self-contained.

"That’s the test, that you have to have facilities that are not shared with other people," he told PA.