Stay in a candy cane house where you can eat the Christmas decs
Booking.com has unveiled a Willy Wonka-style house filled with edible features
London at Christmas time is a magical place with its twinkly lights up and lots of festive cheer and Booking.com have gotten right into the spirit with their Candy Cane House, located in the capital's Soho area. And you can stay there.
The best part is the decorations, and not just because they’re beautifully festive, but because a load of them are edible. That's right and eating is encouraged here.
Candy cravers and chocolate lovers can nibble on the edible Christmas wreaths upon arrival, and glistening icing sugar snow, before tucking into a complimentary hamper, complete with celebratory bubbles and a selection of confection favourites.
The candy lounge inside the Candy Cane House by Booking.com
Inside you can explore the Candy Lounge where large candy-style treats line the walls, and candy canes and edible baubles adorn the candy floss coloured Christmas tree.
If that isn't Willy Wonka enough for you, stepping stones of Christmas sugar cookies lead you into the master A Sugar Cube-icle bathroom and Ginger-Breadroom where you'll be immersed in a festive woodland, complete with edible chocolate pine cones, of course.
Walk out of the bedroom into the Coco-Kitchen, where you'll find a giant caramel chocolate, complete with melting chocolate walls, caramel flooring and retro pick 'n' mix.
The Ginger-Breadroom by Booking.com
Each room in the Candy Cane House looks, feels, and smells as Christmasy as it gets. But it's not all about gorging yourself on biscuits and chocolates and don't worry about any potential waste issues. The snow used is biodegradable and only eco-friendly glitter-based products. Leftover household items will be donated to Barnado’s after Christmas.
“Christmas is one of those times of the year when we all love a little bit of indulgence," says Ryan Pearson, Regional Manager at Booking.com. "Our Candy Cane House promises something to suit every type of sweet tooth." It certainly does!
The coco-kitchen by Booking.com
Outside the Candy Cane House by Booking.com
The Candy Cane House was priced at just £99 per night and space is limited to two people per night. If you are interested in staying this weekend find out more here.