This adorable, tiny home is now taking bookings on Airbnb. But theres a snag. Guests cant be taller than 2cm.
Which is fine for Borrowers – less fine for ordinary humans.
The teeny tiny house is located in Hamburg – in the miniature city of Knuffingen, right in the heart of world-famous exhibition, Miniatur Wunderland.
Its a beautiful two-storey building, made in the classic redbrick, German style – and is available for hire for one night only on Christmas Eve.
But when the property is no bigger than a lunchbox, it might not be wise to invite the whole family.
Airbnb and Miniatur Wunderland have teamed up to offer this adorable holiday listing this season, all with the aim of raising money for a good cause.
Anyone can log onto Airbnb and book a night at the property in Knuffingen, with all proceeds going to Hanseatic Help, a charitable social logistics initiative based in Hamburg.
The companies say that all tiny visitors will be greeted like honorary citizens. Their journey will start at the world famous Knuffingen airport, a technical masterpiece that took almost six years and four million Euros to construct.
One of the busiest and most famous cities in Wunderland, Knuffingen measures 120 square meters and has a population of 10,000 tiny people.
Passionate train enthusiasts can arrive by Christmas train, pull into the towns tiny station and stare in wonder at the Guinness Book of World Records-certified model railroad system, which has a whopping 15,400 metres of track.
The little home offers everything a tiny guest could possibly need, from the luxurious stamp-sized bed to the festive family room with its open fire and towering four centimetre tall Christmas tree.
In the lounge theres a comfy, thumbnail-sized sofa, a paper-clip-sized rocking horse and a 40 mm wide fireplace.
The tiniest items of all are the Christmas stockings over the fire: barely visible to the human eye, they are about the length of a standard pencil tip.
Although average-sized guests wont be able to fit inside, you can still make a booking for £8 a night in order to make a donation to the charity this Christmas.
• Guests must measure 2 cm or less
• No oversized luggage allowed
• Small talk with the host is encouraged
• Miniature pets are permitted, penny-sized at most
• Tiny parties and gatherings are allowed, if they can fit through the doorway
• Shoes off – especially high heels