A CHRISTMAS-themed house is welcoming guests this festive season – with unlimited free Xmas films to watch.

Called the "It's a Wonderful Lifetime House"," guests can spend their time watching one of the 34 Lifetime movies available on loop.

The three-bedroom house can sleep up to six people, with enough entertaining space for the holiday season.

Inside will be a fully decorated house including Christmas trees, nutcrackers, life-size Father Christmas, fake snow and wreaths.

A Santa letter writing station is tucked away with a desk and letter box, and there is a long dining table to enjoy a Christmas dinner together with all the trimmings.

A bar cart is full of booze and cocktail making equipment is also included, along with a gingerbread house making kit.

The garden "polar bear lodge" has seating and life-size polar bears too.






Lifetime movies are known for being cheesy, and have announced 34 new Christmas films for the year.

The channel is also known for the Harry and Meghan film called Escaping the Palace.

Lifetime PR senior vice president Kannie Yu LaPack, behind the idea, said: “We fell in love with the idea of walking into a vacation home and immediately feeling like you were transported into a Lifetime movie.

"Because we all truly need to escape these days, this incredible opportunity to create a house with Vrbo for families to experience this season is like opening the perfect gift under the tree."

The house is found in Connecticut and is available for three or four night stays, for $100 a night.

All of the rental fees go to charity.

The world's first mulled wine hot tub has opened in the UK, where you can bath in the booze while enjoying a glass of it.

One hotel in Michigan has launched a special Buddy the Elf Inspired suite experience, running from November 21 to December 31. 

A hotel in New York is offering a lavish Christmas package deal with a private ice-rink, personal Nutcracker performance and even a private driver, butler, nanny and massage therapist – for £132k.

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