Here's a chocolate hut you can spend the night in, competing with edible interiors

Good news for anyone who wants to live in a real fairy tale: With the help of, you can now book a night at the Chocolate Cottage, a hotel made entirely of chocolate A small house that has become a niche in France. 50 euros (approximately $59 USD) per night. The walls are chocolate colored. The roof is chocolate colored. The wardrobe, clock and bookcase are all chocolate colored. Almost everything is chocolate, except the bed (because, you know that would be messy). I think it's no exaggeration to say that this little abode is a real dream come true for many people, although you'll have to act fast if you want to stay: it opens the following night, October 6th and is available on September 26th reserve.

The Chocolate Cottage is designed and crafted by master chocolatier Jean-Luc Decluzeau. According to Le Parisien, De Creuzot worked as a pastry chef before getting involved in the chocolate industry in 1989. Today, 30 years later, his fame has spread far and wide for his elaborate chocolate sculptures and other works of art.

He collaborated with to create the Chocolate Cottage, located in the gardens of the Cité de la Céramique, the national ceramics museum in Sèvres, France, in a glass house called l'Orangerie Ephémère. (The glass house is important; according to Lonely Planet, it "keeps all...the chocolate at the right temperature to avoid any changes in texture, while also preventing any bugs or animals from getting in.") Dirk Ruzzo said in a statement about the experience. Mirror, “I never thought I would have the opportunity to build a life-size chocolate cabin for travelers to sleep in! I’m so excited to partner with and share my passion for chocolate. I hope guests will have the opportunity to experience something so sweet and Unique place to stay.”

Made from 1.5 tons of chocolate, this cabin sleeps 4 people and measures 18 square meters (approximately 194 square feet). That's, well, not that big; the average hotel room today is about 330 square feet, according to USA Today. However, some newer hotels—especially those targeting millennials—are trending downsizing, with rooms ranging from 170 to 200 square feet. In that sense, the Chocolate Cottage is pretty much what you'd expect from a trendy new hotel, except it's made entirely of chocolate. Score one for the Chocolate Shack.

But a stay at the Chocolate Cottage gives you more than just a fairytale place to spend the night; According to, guests will also have the opportunity to attend workshops "dedicated to creating a personalized mini chocolate house" taught by the cottage's founder. Dinner and breakfast are also included and can be enjoyed in the cottage’s garden – or, perhaps more accurately, in its artificial garden, because guess what? That's also made of chocolate. So does the duck pond, for that matter. Not bad for $59, right?

Although the cabin itself and much of its interior is edible, there's a note in the fine print of the listing that explicitly states "guests may not damage (or eat!) the cabin." However, the description goes on to say that "plenty of chocolate treats will be available," so you'll have plenty of options available, which should make it easier to restrain yourself from chewing on the chandelier.

Alas, like all good things, this too must come to an end; the Chocolate Cottage is only available for short-term reservations. But the good news is that you can still visit it even after your stay on is over: the cottage will be on display at the Choco Story museum in Paris, which is dedicated to chocolate, The Independent reports After the last guest checks out.

The Chocolate Cottage sleeps four people, with two sleeping in a double bed and the other two in twin beds, but please note that there are no bathrooms in the cottage; according to, “There will be toilets near the accommodation. ."You must be 18 years or older to check in, and pets are not allowed. If you're interested in staying in a cabin, check back early on September 26th - reservations will be available for stays on October 6th.

Good luck, my fellow chocoholics!