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Live inside cozy, perfect nostalgia on your next trip.
There’s something about Wes Anderson films. The perfect color palate of pinks, yellows, and greens. The nostalgia of eras you don’t quite remember but you somehow yearn for. The soothing symmetry. Every last frame is like living in an Instagram filter.
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In the aptly named, two-bedroom Mr. Anderson’s House, each room is themed after a different Wes Anderson film. One bedroom touts a “Royal Tenenbaums” theme, complete with Margot’s fur coat, while the other transports you to the days of young love and summer camp with a “Moonrise Kingdom” theme.
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“This house is a love letter to him, and an ever-evolving design project. Mr. Anderson’s House is a century home in the wine and culture-rich County of Prince Edward,” the rental description reads.
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The house is not only close to shops and restaurants, but also a short drive to the beach. There’s a huge backyard, a large deck, and a barbeque.
Up to four people can stay in the home for £141 (about $185 USD) per night.
This is your perfect excuse to live like a Tenenbaum.
This article originally appeared on Travelandleisure.com