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Winnie The Pooh 'BearBnb': Details, Dates, And More

By Eloise Nelson
Posted 16 September 2021
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Huge fan of Winnie The Pooh? Who isn’t! To mark the 95th Anniversary of the famous books, Disney have teamed up with AirBnB and recently unveiled a fantastically themed Winnie The Pooh stay in East Sussex, and they’re giving you the chance to stay here for one weekend only!



This very special guesthouse has been curated by none other than the Disney-appointed illustrator Kim Raymond, and marks the 95th anniversary of the beloved books.

The aptly named apartment is being dubbed the ‘bearbnb’, and it’s the perfect location for a mini family break in East Sussex!


Nestled away in the stunning East Sussex countryside in Ashdown Forest, which was the inspirational setting for the iconic tales, this wonderful mini-home is perfectly tucked away in a tree, so you’ll really get to live your very best Pooh life and slow things down and breath in some all-important country air.
Packed full of adorable little nods to the original adventures, you’ll find kitchen shelves stocked with model honeypots as you enjoy a relaxing getaway in the idyllic countryside.



With a bed and two bunkbeds, the treehouse can sleep up to 4 people, so it could be the perfect for a family night away!


With an outdoor swing and even a mini table set up, you'll get to fully immerse yourself in the woods and in the classic story, just the way A.A. Milne would have liked. 
During your stay, you’ll even get a special guided tour through a reimagined Hundred Acre Wood and in true Pooh fashion, you’ll be treated to some delicious locally-sourced meals all inspired by honey!


Costing £95 a night, this once-in-a-lifetime stay will be available for two special stays on September 24th and 25th, and the available booking dates will go live from September 20th 2021. 



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