BOOKING A trip away can be a pain in the arse at the best of times, but the Irish Post may have found just the thing.
Take a trip down to Verbeke Foundation Art Park near Antwerp in Belgium and you’ll come across CasAnus - a hotel unlike any other.
As you may have guessed from the name and headline, CasAnus has a been designed to closely resemble the human digestive system in all its glory.
But just because it offers guests the chance to stay in a hotel shaped like a bum hole doesn’t mean anyone staying there will be the butt of the jokes.
Because, as it turns out, CasAnus offers affordable and surprising impressive facilities to anyone willing to spend the night in the arse end of somewhere.
The brainchild of Dutch artist and designer Joep van Lieshout, while CasAnus's exterior offers an incredibly detailed depiction of one of the human bodies more amusing organs.
However, take a look inside and you'll find something markedly different.
Painted entirely white, the hotel boasts a double bed, dining table, shower and, let’s not forget, a toilet.
It also comes complete with large windows offering eye-catching views of Belgium’s natural surroundings.
Offering plenty of crack and craic, prices for rooms start at just €120 (approximately £104 per night) based on two people sharing.
Breakfast is included along with free entry to the nearby Verbeke Foundation museum, where CasAnus concept was originally conceived as a piece of art.
So if you are planning a trip to Belgium and want to avoid a bum deal, email [email protected] for more information.