The unique, 18-square-meter chocolate cottage was crafted out of approximately 1.5 tonnes of chocolate. Custom chocolate details inside the cottage include everything from the walls and roof to the fireplace, dresser, clock, cups, books and even a chocolate chandelier. The chocolate extravaganza extends outside the cottage to a white chocolate duck pond and an incredible flowerbed also made entirely of chocolate. And the good news for diehard chocoholics is that many of the delectable items in the cottage are actually edible, at least by those lucky enough to stay the night.It can accommodate up to four guests was designed and manufactured by artisan French chocolatier Jean-Luc Decluzeau who specializes in chocolate sculptures.
Staying at the cottage is already sold out
It was commissioned by online hotel booking company, Booking.comBut the house, due to welcome its first guests on October 5, has already sold out. It was only open to guests for a total of two nights.The Chocolate Cottage is located in the L’Orangerie Ephémère glass house in the gardens of the Cité de la Céramique in Sèvres, just outside Paris.A night’s stay cost €50 euros.Cottage creator Mr Decluzeau said: “I never thought I’d have the opportunity to build a life-size chocolate cottage for travellers to sleep in.“I’m excited to collaborate with Booking.com and to share my passion for chocolate.“I hope guests will relish the chance to experience such a sweet and unique place to stay.”The lucky guests can also take part in a unique workshop dedicated to crafting personalized mini chocolate chalets.Booking.com’s regional director for France, Vanessa Heydorff, said: “This Chocolate Cottage — the only bookable one ever created— celebrates the incredible diversity of Booking.com’s offering and is a tasty example of the many unforgettable travel experiences our customers can enjoy.” OPS: The Chocolate Cottage created by Jean-Luc Decluzeau for Booking.com.