This Winnie the Pooh Airbnb will make you feel like you're in the Hundred Acre Woods

In honor of Disney’s 95th-anniversary, you can now book a stay at a Winnie the Pooh Airbnb

Winnie the Pooh Airbnb in Ashford Forest, England.
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A Winnie the Pooh Airbnb has been launched to help you release your inner child. 

If you're feeling nostalgic and looking for a UK staycation, you can now book a stay in your favorite old bear's home. To celebrate the 95th anniversary of some of Disney's most beloved characters Airbnb is providing the ultimate Winnie the Pooh-inspired getaway.

The stay can be found in the original Hundred Acre Wood located in Ashford Forest in Nutley, England. The space won't be available forever though, it's only bookable for two separate days: September 24th and 25th for £95 ($131) per night. 

Bookings open on September 20th at 9:00 am EDT and must be made through the Airbnb website. The home-share app will also be adhering to strict COVID-19 guidelines and only current UK residents will be able to book the stay.

Winnie the Pooh-inspired Airbnb to celebrate Disney's 95th anniversary.

(Image credit: Henry Woide)
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The stay can sleep up to four people and features Pooh-inspired decor, a double bed on the ground floor, and a mezzanine area with two single beds making this easily on top of Brits' staycation wishlist.

Disney-appointed Winnie the Pooh illustrator, Kim Raymond, curated the "Bearbnb"  using his decades of experience to bring the stories to life.

"I have been illustrating Winnie the Pooh for 30 years and I continue to be inspired by the classic decorations of E.H. Shepard and the more recent Disney stories," Kim said. The "Bearbnb" is a unique experience that brings the charm of Pooh to life for fans, whilst honoring the original adventures that have been so important to many people for 95 years.” 

Interior design of Winnie the Pooh Bearbnb.

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The space also includes a seating area and dining space to enjoy a “smackerel” or two. Guests will also enjoy a guided tour through the Hundred Acre Wood where they can play "Poohsticks" on the famous Poohsticks Bridge, and enjoy locally sourced "hunny"-inspired meals. 

Winnie the Pooh Airbnb lounge interior.

(Image credit: Henry Woide )

In an effort to encourage guests to "live more like Pooh," families and visitors can enjoy various wellness products including, yoga mats, journals, and more. In addition to being a heffalumps-free area, these holistic treatments aim to help guests embrace their natural surroundings.

Treat yourself to a weekend getaway that you and your loved ones are sure to treasure. Just don't forget to pack the honey!

Rylee Johnston

Rylee is a U.S. news writer who previously worked for woman&home and My Imperfect Life covering lifestyle, celebrity, and fashion news. Before joining woman&home and My Imperfect Life, Rylee studied journalism at Hofstra University where she explored her interests in world politics and magazine writing. From there, she dabbled in freelance writing covering fashion and beauty e-commerce for outlets such as the TODAY show, American Spa Magazine, First for Women, and Woman’s World.