If you've ever needed a break from the Muggle world, you can be whisked away to the wizarding world of Harry Potter right here in Atlanta.

Ormewood Park is home to the most charming Harry Potter themed Airbnb. Steps away from Grant Park, your stay will be situated right by Zoo Atlanta, East Atlanta Village, and Krog Street Market. While it's walking distance to food and shops, you're not in the hustle and bustle of downtown, so things will be mighty calm at night.

Hufflepuffs, Slytherins, Gryffindors, and Ravenclaws alike are welcome to stay at this hidden gem in the city. The two bedrooms, one bathroom condo can fit up to 8 people, so it'll be a whole Harry Potter binge-watching session for you and your closest friends. 

The kitchen comes equipped with a Harry Potter cookbook, so you can fill up on homemade cauldron cakes and butterbeer. "Floating" candles adorn the ceiling, just like the ceilings of the Hogwarts dining hall. 

The Monster Book of Monsters might even brush across your leg, so you'll have to gently stroke its spine if you want a peek of the information inside.

Each of the bedrooms has its own special touch from the bathroom to the brooms on the front door. Previous guests always rave about the small details that make this stay so incredible.

In your downtime, you can search for the seven Horcruxes hidden inside the house. Destroying them is not encouraged, but if you gather them all, you'll get 10 percent off your next visit. 

All the movies, books, and even a few themed board games are available at your disposable. Cozy up in the Gryfinddor snuggies while you're at it.

The best part is, this place is a steal. The entire condo is available starting at $199 per night after service fees, meaning you can channel your inner Potterhead for about $25 a night.

You can book your stay here. There are a ton of available upcoming days, so make this a must-stop destination this summer. 

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