Holly Willoughby has shared adorable snaps of her visit to the real-life home of Winnie the Pooh.
The This Morning host gave fans a glimpse of her magical staycation with 10-year-old daughter Belle.
She posted a sweet snap of Belle knocking on the door of the treehouse where Winnie the Pooh is supposed to live.
In another shot, Holly is pictured smiling as she sits on a swing outside the house.
The mum-of-three captioned the post: “Yesterday… she made it… Deep in the Hundred Acre Wood in search of Pooh bear and dreams came true… Happy birthday Winnie the Pooh. Thank you @airbnb @disneyuk.”
Bookings for the ‘Bearbnb’ open on September 20 – but Holly and daughter Belle were treated to a sneak preview.
Fans will find Winnie the Pooh’s ‘house’ in Ashdown Forest in Sussex, the real-life location which inspired author A.A Milne’s Hundred Acre Wood in the books.
It has been custom-built as part of Disney’s 95th anniversary celebrations of the much-loved children’s character.
The fairytale house can sleep up to four guests and is only available to book on Airbnb. Prices start from £95 a night.
Winnie the Pooh illustrator, Kim Raymond, who has been drawing the iconic bear for over 30 years has curated the unique stay.
The Airbnb listing says: “During your stay at the house, you will be taken on a guided tour through the original Hundred Acre Wood, play Poohsticks on the iconic Poohsticks Bridge and enjoy locally sourced, hunny-inspired meals.
“I brought Pooh’s house to life taking inspiration from the original decorations of E.H. Shepard, with exposed tree branches wrapped around the house, “Mr. Sanders” inscribed above the doorway, shelves stocked full of ‘hunny’ pots and bespoke wallpaper that I have designed.
“For those all-important naps which Pooh is famed for, there is sleeping space for a family of four. The double bed will be floor level and the single beds will be on a mezzanine level accessed via timber ladders.”
There is no bathroom inside the house, but guests have access to one a few steps away which includes a toilet, shower and sink, as well as towels and toiletries for a comfortable stay.
If the weather holds up, there is also a cute outdoor dining table so families can re-enact a real-life Winnie the Pooh picnic.
During stays, there are some important rules to follow – such as taking multiple naps and having a snack of “a little something” at 11 o’cock in the morning, just like Pooh.
And no pets other than Roos, Tiggers, Eeyores, Piglets and Pooh Bears are allowed.
Sadly, there are only two stays up for grabs - on September 24 and 25 - so you'll need to be quick if you want to bag one.
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