Do you feel curious if I tell you that this is all about Harry Potter’s world? Well, you can, because I am about to take you to a delightful world. « Le repaire des sorciers » (The wizards’ lair) is the ideal place for Harry Potter fans!
The lair’s keeper invites you to enjoy an immersive experience in a flat fully dedicated to your favourite hero. This is the first flat designed around Harry Potter magical universe in France, and the third in the world!
As you will see, it is quite original to start your stay in Troyes visiting your temporary flat in the city centre and to suddenly find yourself in this famous universe: and many surprises will follow!
Spells and other magic await you in this 44 m2 flat big enough for up to 4 travellers. You will enter this timeless world through a private courtyard in the heart of the medieval city of Troyes.
Everything will remind you of the wizarding world, from the walls to the furniture, from the kitchen to the bathroom. You will then discover a castle like living room, a mysterious bedroom and a dormitory similar to those at Hogwarts school. The whole decoration has been selected carefully so you can immerse yourself and explore all the details of this little museum during your stay.
You will love the warm welcoming and little attentions of your host David for you to enjoy your experience: games, snacks and his nice conversations when required.
To all Muggles: come and stay in this unusual accommodation where you will forget your everyday life and let the magic work!
- Flat: 44 m2 – 2 bedrooms – 3 beds (one double) – 1 bathroom – 1 kitchen
- Free parking on site – Garage – Wi-Fi
- Owner: David HARTZ – +33 (0)6 28 96 75 06
- Booking required: www.airbnb.fr
- Prices: Depend on the season and the day of the week
- Payment by Cheque – CB – Transfer
Additional information: Independent check-in if preferred by entering the place thanks to a secure key box – Non-smoking accommodation – Pets not allowed
Location: Confidential – In the heart of the city – A few steps from the train station…