Waking up in a cottage made entirely from chocolate may seem like something out of a fairy tale – but now holidaymakers can make it a reality.
A small French house that has been crafted almost entirely from 1.5 tonnes of the sweet treat is now taking bookings.
after discovering 61 per cent of its global travellers pick a destination for its great food and drink.
The Chocolate Cottage is located in the magnificent glass house – L’Orangerie Ephémère – in the gardens of the Cité de la Céramique in Sèvres, just outside Paris. It measures 18 square metres and is big enough for four guests. And all the chocolate elements in it are edible.
It has been designed and manufactured by Jean-Luc Decluzeau, an artisan chocolatier who specialises in chocolate sculptures.
Custom chocolate details inside the cottage include everything from the walls and roof to the fireplace, dresser, clock, cups and books. There’s even a chocolate chandelier.
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