My Celebrity Life

You can now book a stay at the B&B featured in Groundhog Day

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Recognise it? (Picture: Cherry Tree Inn/Airbnb)

Every day in lockdown feels like Groundhog Day at the moment. 

But now, fans of the film can further immerse themselves by booking a stay in the very B&B in which Bill Murray’s character Phil Connors lodges.

The venue – now known as the Cherry Tree Inn – was used for exterior shots in the movie and is actually found in Illinois, despite the 1993 film being set in Pennsylvania.

As well as a gorgeous exterior, the B&B boasts four en suite guest rooms on the second floor and one en suite first-floor room with a private entrance.

But if you want to enjoy the street view seen in the movie then you’ll need to book the Magnolia Suite.

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The Magnolia suite boasts the view from the movie (Picture: Cherry Tree Inn/Airbnb)
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Just like the film (Picture: Cherry Tree Inn/Airbnb)
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The venue is small but cosy (Picture: Cherry Tree Inn/Airbnb)

Rooms at the Cherry Tree Inn start from $170 (£125) a night and can be booked via Airbnb.

The listing reads: ‘Relax in our famous and historic Victorian B&B where your enjoyment and comfort is our priority.

‘A fully restored home with all modern amenities. Enjoy great locally sourced food prepared by a wonderful cook every day.

‘You may recognise this house from Groundhog Day where Bill Murray stayed. Same house yet anything but stuffy and repetitive.’

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It’s a restored Victorian house (Picture: Cherry Tree Inn/Airbnb)
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Lovely finishing touches (Picture: Cherry Tree Inn/Airbnb)
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The B&B has glowing reviews (Picture: Cherry Tree Inn/Airbnb)

If the reviews are anything to go by, guests will not be left disappointed.

One reviewer gushed: ‘This place is a gem. The town is a dream… the room I stayed in has a great view from the bay window featured in Groundhog Day.

‘The house is gorgeous with a beautiful wrap-around porch. Great place to eat the delicious breakfast prepared for you every morning. Great coffee.

‘If I had to live the same day over and over again… I would want it to be in this place.’

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