Shrek’s swamp has been turned into an Airbnb that you can actually stay in next month
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If you've ever watched one of the four Shrek films and thought 'man it would be cool to stay in that swamp', now it your time.
The company has launched a listing that will go live next month.
"Nestled deep within the forests of the Scottish Highlands and accented with the cozy comforts Shrek has accumulated over the years, the swamp offers a retreat like no other," Airbnb said.
"This mud-laden, moss-covered, murky-watered oasis is a perfectly snug spot to escape from village life and embrace the beauty of nature."
The place comes with essentials like towels, bed sheets, soap and toilet paper, as well as heating, a smoke alarm, fire extinguisher and first aid kit.
Unfortunately, it doesn't come equipped with Wi-Fi, a TV, a kitchen, washing machine, air conditioning, hair dryer or shampoo.
"Far, far away from, well, anything, Shrek’s Swamp has a secluded beauty you won’t find anywhere but Scotland," Airbnb said.
"Straight from Mother Nature herself, the swamp – and the forest around it – offers plenty of outdoor activities: winding trails to explore, picturesque picnic spots under the endless conifer trees, and unobstructed skies perfect for stargazing."
While the exact location hasn't been revealed, the listing shows it's near the Scottish town of Newtonmore, which is in the Cairngorms National Park and about 112 miles north of Edinburgh.
Your meals will thankfully be arranged for you and there will be on-site concierge to escort you to your ogre palace.
"This mud-laden, moss-covered, murky-watered oasis is a perfectly snug spot to escape from village life and embrace the beauty of nature," Airbnb said.
The company said you'll get to enjoy the relaxing 'ambience of earwax candlelight', a parfait, the chance to 'swap stories around the fire until late in the night', and a freshly made stack of waffles in the morning.
Airbnb will be making a one-time donation to HopScotch Children’s Charity, which provides some of Scotland’s most vulnerable and disadvantaged children with respite breaks through nurturing and dynamic holiday trips.
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