A LANDLORD has been slammed for a ‘disgraceful’ itemizing providing a tiny makeshift room which was branded ‘smaller than Harry Potter’s cabinet’.
The “room” that consists of a single mattress on the ground surrounded by blanket partitions is up for hire on Airbnb for £34.5 per evening.
It’s situated in the midst of a lounge in an house in Waterloo, Sydney, and its host has described it as a “uncommon spacious lounge close to the CBD.”
These must spend a minimal of 4 nights and share the remainder of the three-bedroom flat with 5 different renters.
The advert reads: “Reasonably priced spacious lounge, appropriate for somebody who can sleep in each circumstances.
“Stay with different professionals and mature tenants within the fashionable house geared up with health club, swimming pools and sauna. Stylish suburb, very near bus stops.
“You’ll be able to have the entire home to your self on weekdays from 8.30am-6pm as all people is at work.”
The weird itemizing has acquired principally optimistic critiques with former visitors saying the hosts have been “pretty.”
An image of the makeshift room shared on Reddit, has left customers fuming about Airbnb’s ridiculous listings and stated it’s “smaller than Harry Potter’s cabinet beneath the steps.”
The remark refers back to the iconic cabinet the place J.K. Rowling‘s character used to sleep, within the Dursley family.
The submit is captioned: “Discovered an…fascinating Airbnb in Waterloo.”
The photographs present the mattress on the ground, proper subsequent to a eating desk, divided by blankets.
Somebody stated: “No less than Harry Potter’s room beneath the steps had an precise door!”
One joked: “You are in Sydney Harry!”
One other one stated: “how little disgrace should it’s important to suppose one thing like that is even remotely acceptable?”
Another person added: “Persons are renting a tent in somebody’s lounge room in Sydney. It’s disgraceful. I assumed dwelling on a balcony was unhealthy.”
Whereas one stated: “Much less a room, extra a blanket fort.”
The host named Dinda describes herself as a “pleasant and mature Sydney accountant” who has been dwelling in Australia for 25 years.