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You Can Actually Stay In The House From Sex Education

You Can Actually Stay In The House From Sex Education

The property is actually a huge chalet situated in Symonds Yat, a village that sits in the heart of the Wye Valley, Herefordshire

Jess Hardiman

Jess Hardiman

Anyone who's watched Netflix series Sex Education will have found themselves in awe of Otis and Jean's incredible riverside home, daydreaming about joining the Milburns for breakfast on that stunning terrace (I bet Jean puts on a good spread).

Well, it turns out the house is not only very much real, it's also somewhere you can stay:

The property is actually a huge chalet situated in Symonds Yat, a village in the heart of the Wye Valley, Herefordshire.

According to The Chalet's website, the building is a 100-year-old Norwegian wooden house that sits between the river Wye and Symonds Yat Rock.

Accessed via a woodland driveway, the secluded spot has been built on the hillside 500 feet above the river bed, serving up the stunning panoramic views that Jean and Otis enjoy while tucking into their toast.


With four double bedrooms and one twin room to sleep 10 people in total, inside there's plenty of space to relax in.

Think log-burning fires, roll-top baths and cosy sofas, along with a huge conservatory filled with plants.

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Farrow & Ball (Farrow & Ball Green Smoke No.47)

Really, though, it's the outside space that really sings, with various decks, patios, verandas and gardens to explore.

There's even a separate woodland area for campfires and lazy afternoons in the hammock.


There's also a pizza oven and outdoor bath to help you really lean into that al fresco life.

The Chalet's website says: "There are lots of places outside to sit and take in the magnificent views. The conservatory leads on to a sheltered patio. Pizzas are cooked in minutes in the hand-made pizza oven.

"Alternatively, sit out on the deck for breakfast and enjoy full sun throughout the afternoon."

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Farrow & Ball (Farrow & Ball De Nimes No.299)

It adds: "Steps lead down to a flat garden ideal for children and dogs. A play frame and summer house with secret cinema and dartboard will help to keep everyone entertained."

Last year, owner Stuart Morgan told LADbible that the reaction to the property's debut in Sex Education had been 'pretty mad'.


"[We've had] hundreds of enquiries from around the world," he said, adding that there's a 'great pub' at the bottom of the garden called The Saracens Head, along with canoeing, rock climbing and hiking all on The Chalet's door step.

Since then, the home's been given a lick of paint and renovated into a luxurious holiday home for families or groups of friends, with prices starting from £2,995 for four nights for a party of 10.

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You can find out more about The Chalet and book a stay here, but in the meantime don't forget season three of Sex Education is out in less than a week.

A new trailer introduced some of the show's new characters, including new headteacher Hope, played by Girls star Jemima Kirke, who is hoping to restore her old high school to its former glory as she replaces Mr Groff after he was placed on leave, while Otis' not-so-impressive moustache also made its debut.

You can watch season three of Sex Education on Netflix from 17 September.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: Entertainment, TV and Film, Sex Education, Property