The Chocolate Cottage, built by master chocolatier Jean-Luc Decluzeau, is 18 square meters and required 1.5 million tons of chocolate to construct. It sleeps up to four people and is completely built of chocolate, from the walls and ceiling to the cups and books – all for the low price of $59. The chosen visitors will also get the opportunity to participate in a one-of-a-kind workshop focused on creating customized little chocolate chalets.
“I hope visitors will savor the chance to experience such a delightful and unusual place to stay,” Jean-Luc says, adding that he never imagined he’d have the opportunity to construct a life-size Chocolate Cottage. However, bear in mind that The Chocolate Cottage has a limited number of nights available.
The Chocolate Cottage is just what you want if you’ve ever wanted to feel like Hansel and Grethel.
The hamlet is 18 square meters, and 1.5 million tons of chocolate were used to construct it.
It can shelter up to four people and situated in Sèvres, France.
Everything in the cottage has made of chocolate, from the walls and roof to the cups and books.
Guests will also be able to participate in a unique activity to create bespoke little chocolate chalets.
Remember that The Chocolate Cottage will only be open for a limited number of nights, so book now!
“I hope people enjoy staying in such a delightful and unusual place,” says artisan chocolatier Jean-Luc Decluzeau.
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