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🕳️ Stay in the world's deepest hotel 🏨

Sleeping 1,374 feet underground is possible... in Wales.

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Deep Sleep, beneath the mountains of Snowdonia National Park in Wales, is said to be the lowest sleeping place in the world. The base, which opened in April this year, is located in a mine and offers two different types of accommodation.

Both are for two people and can be booked once a week for a Saturday to Sunday stay. There are four cabins with twin beds and a romantic grotto with a double bed.

The only dates currently available are from October. It is worth noting that you will need to be fairly fit, as you will have to hike to get to the accommodation. Walking along the old stairs, paths and bridges, the route is considered quite challenging. Also, the temperature deep down is only about 10C all year round. However, the huts are insulated.

On arrival at your accommodation, dinner will be waiting for you. The next morning you will be woken at around 8am and after a small breakfast snack you will head back out into the daylight.

The price for an overnight stay starts at around £350. A romantic stay in the grotto will set you back from £550 per night. More information can be found on the property's website. Watch the video below for a glimpse of the experience. Would you book this stay?

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