Inside Bathtub’s whimsical Alice in Wonderland themed townhouse you’ll be able to book on Airbnb

A dining room for a Mad Hatter Tea Party, a bedroom in a forest to look for a white rabbit and a tribute to the Queen of Hearts await guests on a whimsical stay at Alice in Wonderland in Bath.

That’s because one of the town’s townhouses was decked out to honor Lewis Carroll’s iconic novel, and it’s full of quirky tributes and fun surprises for fans of the story.

One of the main highlights is the large dining room with a long table and walls covered with floral designs so that you feel like you have stepped into an enchanted garden with flowers and even a huge chandelier with artificial cover blooms to add to the overall effect.

Then there are the added details like a statue of the white rabbit and a huge pocket watch so you don’t lose track of time. Oh, and of course there is plenty of tableware if you are thinking of throwing your own Mad Hatter Tea Party!

The flowery dining room looks like an enchanted garden, perfect for a tea party

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Meanwhile, the living room celebrates the reign of the Queen of Hearts with large playing cards on the walls, furniture in tones of red, black, and white, and artwork that celebrates some of the novel’s iconic quotes.

All bedrooms are individually decorated, from a room inspired by a thick green forest where you can look out for the white rabbit, to a room full of hearts and red furniture, alluding to the queen of hearts.

A living room all about Alice in Wonderland

The living room has red and black furniture inspired by the queen of hearts

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There’s even a room where the ceiling has been painted to look like heaven so you can daydream for a bit like Alice (no matter what the UK weather brings outside).

There is also a small garden area for sunnier summer days if you want to make the most of the weather.

A red and white colored bedroom that pays homage to the Queen of Hearts in Alice in Wonderland

The Queen of Hearts themed bedroom

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Everything about the property is pretty quirky, and it has proven to be a hit with guests who have stayed. The property has an overall Airbnb rating of 4.31 *.

In addition to the charming interior, the property also offers a convenient location in the center of Bath. So you are just a short walk away whether you want to explore the Roman Baths or just admire the architecture and check out the local shops and restaurants.

A bedroom with a ceiling painted to look like heaven

One of the bedrooms has a ceiling that is painted to look like heaven

Prices start at £ 260 per night (there is a two night minimum). Typically the property can accommodate up to 16 people so it costs around £ 16.25 a night, but obviously during the pandemic it is unlikely that you can hang out with a group of this size.

Here you can book stays on the Airbnb list. There may be local restrictions. Check this before planning, booking, or taking any trip. For more information on Airbnb’s cancellation policy, please visit the website here.

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