The incredible holiday home with its own ‘theme park’ – and you can stay from £29pp a night
ARE you looking for a property that’s out of the ordinary?
The “Sweet Escape” mansion has its own theme park, cinema room and nightclub with karaoke.
The property is in Lake County, Florida, and could be a great alternative to the usual Disney World and Universal holidays.
The 5-acre Sweet Escape property has 11 bedrooms and two buildings with two huge kitchens.
It also comes with a pool with a splash park, sports courts, mini golf course, playgrounds and a nightclub.
The pool is ice-cream cone-shaped and has a “chocolate” waterslide; there’s even a movie screen outdoors.
To follow with the candy theme, there’s a miniature golf course with a human Candyland concrete ‘board’ game built around it.
If you’re into sports, you can enjoy days on the volleyball court or tetherball court.
But the fun doesn’t end outside, as there is plenty of indoor entertainment.
There is a complete movie theatre with four cinema seats, a 1200 sqft night club with karaoke, a DJ booth and arcade games with pinball machines.
Plus, an indoor sauna, a ball pit, multiple full-sized video game machines, a carnival booth, and a high-tech VR gaming corner.
Each room has a theme, too, with a Hershey’s room, a Coca-Cola room, a Pepsi room, a NASA room, an M&M’s room and more.
The property can sleep up to 52 people, and the eleven bedrooms have king, queen, and bunk beds for 24 people.
There are also 14 twin-rollaway and three queen-sized sleeper sofas – which add room for an additional 22 people to sleep.
You can rent the mansion from £1,516 per night, which works out at £29pp per night when sharing with 52.
Reviewers have described it as “amazing, the best vacation yet!” and “breathtaking”.
While another guest said all they could say was “WOW”.
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