Lego House Rental

There's Lego furniture, a Lego newspaper and even a Lego cat

We've seen our fair share of bizarre homes and unusual Airbnbs, but one spectacular abode might just take the cake. Introducing, the Lego House: an experiential home crafted by the Danish toy company that lets visitors feel what it would really be like to be, well, a Lego character. And now, thanks to Airbnb, you can have your own private sleepover there. In partnership with the hospitality hub, Lego House is offering one lucky family the chance to be the first (and only) guests to spend the night at the brick-centric abode in Billund, Denmark.

As part of Airbnb's Night At contests, Lego fans, aspiring builders and adults who are really kids at heart can fulfill their wildest childhood dreams by competing for a chance to win an evening at this one-of-a-kind stay that, yes, is seriously filled with 25 million bricks.

The 129,167-square-foot "home" is not only fit for superfans but also design enthusiasts: The building itself was designed by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels. Inside, lucky guests will discover essentially livable, all-Lego spaces that are also surprisingly chic. Just take a peek at the living room: Outfitted with seemingly cozy armchairs, a Lego television, a contemporary coffee table and even family photos, this living room is seriously inspiring us to use toys as decor.

In the parent's bedroom, a rainbow-inspired Lego waterfall towers over the bed, which, of course, floats in a pool of colorful bricks. All-too-familiar details in this magical dwelling include a Lego cat, slippers, a newspaper and a coffee pot—all made from the brand's classic play pieces. There's even a teddy bear for little ones to cuddle up with in the children's sleeping space.

Guests will feel right at home.

Lego House will close to the public on November 24, 2017, to allow the winning family to enjoy their ultra-private experience. So if you'd rather spend the day Black Friday shopping than building, this might not be the Airbnb for you. 

During their overnight stay, guests will also get the chance to build their own meals out of bricks and have real versions of their creations served to them by robot waiters (yes, you read that right) at lunch, learn tips and tricks from master builder Jamie Berard, and—probably our favorite perk—get picked up in a Lego car from the airport.

If you're dying to stay in this Airbnb, you'll have to get creative. To enter, families are asked to answer one important question: If you had an unlimited supply of Lego bricks, what would you build?

You can enter to win and check out the full listing here.

This article originally appeared on Domino.