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This fantasy-themed bed and breakfast lets you sleep inside a Trojan bull

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If you'd like to sleep inside a fairy tale (and not the parts where you're being eaten by wolves or danced to death by enchanted shoes), you might want to pay a visit to La Balade des Gnomes, a quiet bed and breakfast where you can live out your fairy tale dreams, including one inside the belly of a wooden bull.

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La Balade des Gnomes sits outside Derby, Belgium, and includes ten rooms, each with its own fantastical theme: a cabin in the forest, a neighborhood on the moon, stars in the desert, the legend of the trolls, and, of course, the Trojan Horse, which is actually a bull. Presumably, you can't liberate the Trojan bull room to invade enemy nations.

[La Balade des Gnomes via Neatorama]

Some photos by Kozi Kaza.

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That looks amazing. I've got to visit that place and take pictures the next time I'm around there. I live only 100 miles away. BTW, the place is called Durbuy, not Derby.