If you're a Sex Education fan looking for a fitting holiday home for your next staycation, then we have good news.
The beautiful wooden chalet used as Gillian Anderson's home in the hit Netflix drama is available to rent as a holiday home from next month.
Nestled in the Wye Valley in Herefordshire, the red and white house dates back to 1912 and stands out amongst the trees thanks to its unique Norwegian pine facade and wrap around terrace.
Once a holiday home for a rich Londoner to enjoy fishing excursions, owner Stuart Morgan and his wife Catherine told The Sunday Times they've been inundated with requests from fans wanting to stay in the five-bedroom home since the exterior of the property was used in the show.
'We’ve had thousands and thousands of people asking about when it’s going to be rented,' he said.
The Morgans bought the property in 2002 for £355,000 and lived there with their two children for 10 years. Since then its been a long-let but, since his tenants left, Morgan says he spent lockdown sprucing up the chalet and creating a website through which fans can book.
The website describes the chalet as 'a unique, 100 year old, Norwegian, wooden house with lots of character and history. Close to amenities yet elevated above the hustle and bustle of the hamlet of Symonds Yat East.
'Cosy in the cooler months with log burning fires; airy in Summer with a conservatory dining room with double doors leading to a patio. Dine outside in the dappled shade of the trees or soak up the sun on the deck. In Spring, take in the displays of snowdrops, bluebells and daffodils.'
You can book the property from £70 a night from August 2020.
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