Never mind the all-inclusive bar on holiday, this accommodation is literally surrounded by alcohol.
Bourbon brand Jim Beam is renting out a cottage on the grounds of their distillery on Airbnb.
The drinks brand is offering the Stillhouse cottage, built in 1919, and during your stay, you will also enjoy in-depth guided tours and bourbon tastings.
The distillery itself, situated in Clermont, Kentucky, was built in 2012, based on a 1930s stillhouse and it includes an original staircase from the Prohibition era.
On sit, there’s also a bourbon bar and a restaurant that serves bourbon BBQ selections.
The only catch is that there are only a few options available.
You can book to stay between November 23-14 and December 7-8 from tomorrow.
The description on the Airbnb website says: ‘If you’ve ever wanted to stay on the grounds of a historic American distillery surrounded by delicious bourbon and gorgeous scenery, you’re in luck.
‘For the first time, we’re opening the Jim Beam American Stillhouse cottage for you to rent, so you can live like one of the seven generations of Master Distillers and sleep in a historic and charming Kentucky house on the distillery grounds’
The house is suitable for six guests, with three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Breakfast is provided, which will hopefully help you get over the hangover.
Guests will be hosted by Fred Noe, the seventh-generation master distiller of Jim Beam and great-grandson of James B. Beam.
It costs just $23 a night (£18) but of course, you will have to get to the U.S.
by – metro.co.uk