The property takes its name from the De Vere family and boasts two four poster rooms complete with en-suite bathrooms.
Perfect for cosy nights in, there's a roaring fireplace in the private guest sitting room with a hearty full English breakfast on offer come morning.
But with its rich history, comes a surprise guest.
According to its current residents, Jane and Tony Ranzetta, the property is haunted.
The couple have lived in the building for over two decades and have witnessed several paranormal experiences during their time there - including seeing a man walk through the wall.
Most interestingly, they claim that JK Rowling's inspiration for Nearly Headless Nick came from one of the property's own resident ghosts, Sir Francis De Vere.
"JK Rowling was well acquainted with the village and we know her friend stayed here while she was in the process of writing the books, it was surely in her mind when she created Godric’s Hollow," Tony explained. "The house is often referred to as 'The Harry Potter House' by locals and in the media and a huge picture of our front door can be seen at the Warner Bros’ exhibition on the making of Harry Potter."
"In fact, one of the property’s resident ghosts, Sir Francis De Vere, is inspiration for the character of Nearly Headless Nick - Gryffindor’s house ghost who was subject to a botched execution while he was alive - and John Cleese’s outfit in the films is remarkably similar to the portrait of Francis’ costume in his portrait."
"The whole story is quite peculiar really. Just after we first moved into the house, Jane saw a uniquely dressed man walk through the kitchen wall and into the garden beyond."