Holiday-makers can get the best view from every room of this holiday house, which is built to spin 360 degrees.
The Around the Sea holiday rental on Prince Edward Island in Canada is built onto a rotating platform, so it can offer panoramic views of the beach.
Guests can even control the spinning through an app on their mobile phone.
But don’t worry about getting dizzy – a full house rotation takes around 45 minutes.
“The speed is so slow that you wouldn’t notice the movement unless you were looking out at a fixed point of reference,” the website for the holiday house explains.
“Not only can you position the house to take advantage of weather conditions (for example, choose between sun and shade, breeze and calm), the views can enjoyed in all parts of the house (for example, wake up to ocean front in your bedroom or watch the sunset in the living room).
“But for Around the Sea, it is so all of our guests get a variety of ocean views and can listen to the waves crashing against the shore at night.”
The home has a master bedroom with kingsize bed, as well as a sofa bed in the main living area.
Every guest stay is given a welcome basket filled with local food, drinks and treats which can be enjoyed on the sundeck.
There is also a private path down to the beach.
It costs around $133 to stay for one night, although prices rise to $216-a-night during high season.
It certainly isn’t the first rotating house. The first of its kind was built in 1994 in Germany, called the Heliotrop, and was found to actually create more energy than it used.
A rotating lighthouse can also be found in New Zealand.
But the main inspiration for the Around the Sea house is the Everingham Rotating House in Caffreys Flat, NSW.
Of course, Canada is off the travel list for now with Australia’s international borders closed, so it’s another one to look forward to when international travel resumes.
This article originally appeared on The Sun and was reproduced with permission