The best part is, Brits won’t need to travel to the Seven Kingdoms, as the quirky property is right here in the UK, in Westhall, Suffolk.
Aptly named Here Be Dragons, the cosy home boasts eye-catching architecture and eclectic interiors.
But what’s really caught our attention is the large dragon sitting on top of the chimney, guarding the house.
Of course, it’s not a real creature, and unfortunately it doesn’t breathe fire (we imagine that wouldn’t bode well with health and safety).
However, the metallic structure is pretty cool, and it’s ideal if you want to channel your inner Khaleesi.
Nicknamed ‘Dragon House’ by locals, the property also boasts a large tree trunk at the heart of the winding staircase, a cluster of 40′ Douglas Fir poles from Dunwich Forest and a sedum roof as well as many reclaimed materials.
Although the house isn’t affiliated with the TV show, it does have plenty of features that look like they could be right out of a filming set, mainly thanks to the Medieval-inspired doors and furniture, mixed in with modern furnishings and pops of colour.
Guests can choose from two bedrooms, each with an ensuite bathroom, and will also have access to the large living room and a study (ideal for Maesters in training).
The rural location is about seven miles from Southwold and the Suffolk coast for those who want to go exploring, although there are plenty of shops and restaurants close by if you don’t fancy venturing too far.
Fancy a stay? Prices start from £295 per night, which also includes a welcoming glass of wine, breakfast and use of the TV (not in the bedrooms) and the study.
You can find out more on the Here Be Dragons Airbnb listing .
Of course there will soon be more Game of Thrones adventures to be had for Brits, as a new Game of Thrones exhibition is set to open in Northern Ireland.
Or if you do fancy going on quite the epic trip, you could check out some of the Game of Thrones filming locations that also make for a great holiday.