You can now stay in an Airbnb shaped just like a COW – and it comes with its very own working FARM

You’ll be mooooovin’ in style…
Heavily cow-patterned barn with a cow eye and pink legs.
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Fancy really milking your next staycation? Now you can – inside a cow.

A unique listing has gone up on Airbnb and it is the perfect destination for any farm animal lover, with the property designed in the shape of a cow – called Daisy.

Daisy, otherwise known as the Cow Shed, has everything you need to truly enjoy the great outdoors and features a double bed, as well as a three-quarter bed above for the children.

Two beds are shown made up, with a staircase leading to the upper bunk.
Inside, there’s two beds and space for coffee/tea making (Picture: Jam Press)

Located in Woodbridge, nestled within the picturesque Suffolk countryside, the property offers ample green space to run around or whip up a barbecue and is situated on the cusp of a family friendly farm.

Included in the price, guests are invited to take a tour around Easton Farm Park and gain insight into the true lifestyle of a farmer – with feeding and educational lessons offered out-of-hours.

On site, there’s a café and gift shop offering ice cream, milk and farm-themed memorabilia – as well as the essentials.

Described as a mix between camping, glamping and a caravan, this one-of-a-kind stay is the perfect escape for you and your family to move in.

As for the local area, there’s an array of activities to fill your day such as a wide selection of golf courses and the sunny coast only a short drive away – with a trip to the seaside towns of Aldeburgh and Southwold described as a “must-have.”

Wooden interior is complimented by beige walls and farmhouse doors.
Situated next door to a working farm, you’ll hear real-life cows calling you over (Picture: Jam Press)

Just a stone’s throw away from the farm, you’ll find Ed Sheeran’s favourite castle on the hill, Framlingham – offering an opportunity to delve into the history of Suffolk.

Cow lovers are welcome to bring their dogs too, if they arrange it with the owners ahead of time, for free.

Prices vary depending on season and availability, starting at £100 per night in June.