Book us in plz
We're not going to lie, we've been secretly hoping this whole Harry Potter wizarding world thing is actually real for longer than we should admit.
We know it's probably (100000% never going to happen at all) not real but just imagine if all along Hogwarts was an actual real school for witches and wizards and that pub round the corner was legit a secret portal to Diagon Alley.
We can only dream of one day strolling down the snow covered paths in Hogsmede and stopping by the The Three Broomsticks for a luvly pint of Butter Beer. TBF, you can kinda do this at the Warner Bros. Studio Tour, but the studios just outside Watford don't quite have the same air of magic about them.
Anyway, while we've slowly come to terms with the fact that we'll never be getting our Hogwarts acceptance letters, we're still obsessed with all things Hazza P.
And we've just discovered there's somewhere we can go with other like-minded HP addicts to indulge our magical fantasies (keep it clean pls guys).
A B&B in south Wales has launched a Harry Potter-themed afternoon tea to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the release of the first book, Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone, as well as 10 years since the last book, Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows, came out.
The Llety Cynin B&B transform their dining room and living spaces to replicated the Great Hall and Hogwarts common rooms and put on a 'Wizard's Tea' twice a week.
The food is served in owls cages and is appropriately HP-themed. There's mandrake cake, Aunt Petunia trifle, hot butter beer, Gamekeeper rock cakes and much more on offer.
Guests also get sorted into Hogwarts houses when they arrive. Unlucky for all those getting dumped in snakey Slytherin (we can think of a few who'd end up there lololol).
And the best bit about this is it's actually pretty reasonable. The Wizard's Tea costs £10.95 for children and £15.95 for adults. Pretty cheap for a daytrip into the Wizarding World if you ask us.