A familiar neighbor has moved in next door to Cleveland's A Christmas Story House.
The people behind the popular attraction in the Tremont neighborhood have purchased the house to the left and converted it to 'Bumpus House.'
You remember the Bumpuses, right? We know them as Ralphie's hillbilly neighbors with the hound dogs that harassed the Old Man and stole the family's Christmas turkey.
Now, in addition to staying overnight at A Christmas Story House, you can also stay overnight at Bumpus House. The Bumpus House has two accommodations: The “Hound Dog Haven” suite on the first floor can accommodate up to 4 guests per night and the “Stolen Turkey” suite, which encompasses the second and third floors, can accommodate up to 6 guests per night.
Guests can also rent the entire house. A first-floor dual access door allows for the whole house to be rented. Rates start at $195 per night and vary with the season.
The motif for the interior of The Bumpus House is vintage eclectic in a 1940’s style with a slightly hillbilly Bumpus flair, while still providing all the modern amenities.
FIRST LOOK | Bumpus House opens next door to A Christmas Story House
By the way, there are no hound dogs to be found inside the house and you cannot bring your own. The only animals permitted in either house are service animals for individuals with physical disabilities.
The people at A Christmas Story House say they are nearly 100% booked for overnight stays at A Christmas Story House for November & December, but there's still availability at the Bumpus House.
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