If you fancy a getaway from the hustle and bustle and don’t want anyone to come near you, Airbnb has a stinky solution for you to relax your layers.
Themed rooms and residences have been a trend for years. We have seen houses that recreate the apartments from Friends or the legendary residence from The Simpsons; We have been able to take shelter in a hobbit hole or even plan traps in the ostentatious Home Alone mansion.
This time, on Airbnb they are looking for people who want to find the greatest peace and that no one has the audacity to approach, either because of the smell or the fear of being devoured. Come on, as good old Shrek would want.
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A fantastic tribute to the now classic film DreamWorks Animation has taken shape as a detailed recreation of Shrek’s swamp: that place where the titular ogre enjoys himself undisturbed… usually.
Located in the Scottish HighlandsShrek’s swamp available on Airbnb has all kinds of amenities created to be identical to those seen in the movie 2001. Even the latrine where the beloved ogre enjoys reading fairy tales, before cleaning himself with them, is available for us to relieve our needs.
Become an onion ogre in Shrek’s swamp
The bad thing is that the stay in Shrek’s swamp will only be limited to two nights, from October 27 to 29 of this year. Reservations will open next October 13.
But, the good thing…it’s free! It won’t cost you a penny to stay in Shrek’s swamp if your reservation is accepted, although you will have to pay for the trip, of course.
Shrek marked a before and after in animated cinema and put DreamWorks in the midst of a struggle with Pixar on the big screen. The fantastic setting and the unlikely twist on classic fairy tales to give them a hooligan touch, dazzled the public.
Shrek is a guy with simple tastes who just wants to be left alone and throw some pebbles in his swamp at bath time. But the world doesn’t care what the ogre wants: destiny has something much more important in store for him.