The Holiday is one of the most iconic Christmas films of all time.
Cameron Diaz, Kate Winslet, Jude Law and Jack Black star in the romance movie.
And if you want to mirror the characters' festive happy endings, you can book into a similar cottage as the one shown in the movie.
Acorn Cottage is available this winter and it will transport you to the cobbled streets and cosy homes of The Holiday.
With its matching gate and quaint pathway, it’s the spitting image of the beautiful Guildford home in the Christmas classic.
The similarities don’t stop there, as Acorn Cottage, located in Bretforton in Worcestershire, comes with a cosy living area with wooden beams and an inglenook fireplace to transport you to Iris’ home.
On the Dog Friendly Cottages website, the description reads: “An idyllic mid-terrace, thatched cottage located in the centre of the ancient village of Bretforton in the heart of the Cotswolds.
“This chocolate box cottage oozes character and charm, with an inglenook fireplace housing a warming electric woodburner-effect stove, many wall and ceiling beams and uneven floors.
“The open plan living area offers a very well-equipped kitchen with breakfast bar, dining area and a cosy sitting area, while upstairs is a charming double bedroom and a further single bed with pull-out stacker bed on the landing.
“The south-facing, enclosed rear garden is perfect for relaxing after a day exploring the area and enjoying outdoor dining.”
It adds: “The village of Bretforton has a community village shop and excellent 600-year old pub, owned by the National Trust and which hosts numerous festivals throughout the year.
“There are many unspoilt Cotswold towns and villages in the area, with Broadway, Stow-on-the-Wold and Moreton-in-Marsh all within easy reach.
“This is a unique cottage in a beautiful area.”
Three nights in dog-friendly Acorn Cottage cost around £301.
There are currently dates available for December – including December 20 to 23.
Acorn Cottage has rave reviews from guests who have stayed there.
One happy visitor commented: "It was the perfect base for us and the garden was a lovely bonus and great for our dog as it was secure – located in a nice village which also had good amenities – a local shop and the local pub had great food and drink and an amazing beer garden."
Another said: "The cottage was cosy and warm and situated in a picturesque village."
And a third added: "Cottage and village lovely – cottage has a really warm and friendly atmosphere.”
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