You can stay in a Titanic-themed Airbnb in the UK with Rose honeymoon suite and hot tub

FANS of the Titanic film can live out their fantasies in a themed Airbnb in the UK.

Located in Ireland, you can stay for just £32 each a night.

The three-bedroom property in Belfast includes a full-sized Titanic lifeboat sofa, as well as an SS Californian breakfast bar – the ship which was the closest to the Titanic when it sank.

The main bedroom, the Rose honeymoon suite, has a handmade king-size bed.

The 'second-class' bedroom has a hand made boat-shaped wooden double bed, while the 'third-class' bedroom features a single bed with scenes of New York in the room.

Outside on the 'deck' of the ship is a handmade hot tub as well as sitting area and outdoor grill.

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The entire home was hand painted by the owners, which took two and a half years, with artwork on the walls showing passengers waving goodbye from the port, as well as waves and sunset scenes throughout.

A large painting of the ship itself, as well as the iceberg which sunk the Titanic feature on the walls too.

Nights start from £160, with up to five guests staying at the property.

Guests are given a bathrobe and slippers to wear in the property to protect the hand painted floors.



Breakfast is also included with tea and coffee as well as cereal and yogurt.

The Airbnb is also Northern Ireland Tourist Board approved regarding safety.

Owner David explained: "We create a world of love, hope, glamour and dreams from the Titanic's ill-fated journey.

"The hand crafted and painted throughout theme follows our Titanic inspired story from the launching in Belfast, to the dramatic sinking of the ship."

Other quirky places you can stay include an abandoned plane in Wales, kitted out with beds as well as a kitchenette and bathroom.

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air mansion is also on Airbnb in the US for a limited time as part of the 30th anniversary of the TV show.

We've rounded up other strange places you can stay in the UK, including in a converted train and former lighthouse.

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