You can stay inside a literal house of pancakes—for free

Eggo unveils a breakfast-themed cabin in honor of National Pancake Day

Written by
Gerrish Lopez
Contributor, New Orleans
Eggo House of Pancakes
Photograph: Courtesy Kellanova

Do you love waking up to the smell of pancakes? Well, now you can wake up in a house that’s literally pancakes. In honor of National Pancake Day, frozen waffle brand Eggo has announced a pancake-themed rental home in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, and you can book a stay for free.

This one-of-a-kind property in the Smoky Mountains has been renovated to look like a giant stack of pancakes. It features a chimney that looks like a stick of butter, breakfast-themed decor, interiors featuring the bright yellow and red Eggo color scheme, fluffy pancake beds and a game room with a pancake-themed pool table.

Even better, the freezer will be stocked with Eggo pancakes in all sizes and flavors. Did someone say pancake s’mores roasted at the fire pit and dipped in a maple syrup fountain? Yes, Eggo said it.

"Eggo and waffles are an iconic combination, so much so that fans might forget about our pancakes. That's why we're flipping our focus with this unexpected experience that celebrates Eggo pancakes as a breakfast go-to that's equally good at making parents' lives easier and making breakfast delicious," said Joe Beauprez, Senior Director of Marketing for Frozen Foods with the Kellanova group of brands.

The Eggo House of Pancakes will be available for booking on the vacation rental platform HomeToGo starting on February 28, which is National Pancake Day, but only for a limited time. If you’re lucky, you can snag one of four separate three-night stays for up to eight guests on March 7 to 10, March 14 to 17, March 21 to 24 or March 28 to 31. The sweet syrup on top of this delicious pancake of a stay is that it will be completely free.

Set your alarm clocks for 12pm EST on February 28 to book the first stay. The rest of the dates will be made available on a rolling basis each Monday at 12pm EST until March 18.

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