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Stay in this cottage made entirely of chocolate for only £45

From the cups to the tables, everything is made from Chocolate in this creation. (Booking.com)
From the cups to the tables, everything is made from Chocolate in this creation. (Booking.com)

THANKS to stories like Hansel and Gretel, where houses are made from sweets and gingerbread, or Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka and the Chocolate factory, there’s no doubt we’ve all dreamed how amazing it would be to live in a house made from chocolate. 

However, we no longer have to dream.

A real life cottage has been made completely from chocolate by artisan chocolatier Jean-Luc Decluzeau, who is inviting guests to stay.

Over 1.5 tonnes of chocolate has produced the structure, located in the glass house L’Orangerie Ephémère in the gardens of the Cité de la Céramique in Sèvres in France.

Up to four guests can stay in the chocolate cottage in France. (booking.com)

The house can accommodate up to four people per night and bookings cost 50 euros (approximately £45).

The price will also include a workshop with Decluzeau who will show guests how to make their own hand crafted mini chocolate chalets.

Everything in the house is made from chocolate including the walls, roof, dresser, clock, cups, books, chandelier and even the fireplace. Even outside, a white chocolate duck pond and chocolate flowerbed are on display.

Even the fireplaces are made from chocolate. (booking.com)

The best part however is that guests are actually able to eat certain parts of the cottage – just make sure you don’t let it get out of control…

Dates available for the Chocolate Cottage include 5 and 6 October 2018. Booking will be available via booking.com at 10am on 19 and 26 September 2018. 

www.booking.com/chocolatecottage