A nuclear bomb shelter has been transformed into the ultimate luxury holiday hideaway.
The unique holiday spot set deep in the Ozark Mountains in Parthenon, Arkansas, has become a sought after destination following its three year and $1m renovation.
Beckham Creek Cave was originally used as a safe house in the 1980s when the threat of nuclear war with the Soviet Union was on high alert, but now it is a four-bedroom exclusive holiday home.
Inside the unusual holiday accommodation are exposed cave walls, a modern kitchen and a cosy seating area.
There is nothing primitive about this cave living, the kitchen has contemporary features, including an island, double oven, and overhead lighting. There is also a long dining table for entertaining and a wooden bar.
The living room features two large, comfortable sofas and the TV is mounted on the cave wall. A hallway leads to a bathroom and two smaller bedrooms. Upstairs there are two additional bedrooms and the breathtaking master suite, with its huge circular bed adorned with dangling fairy lights, creating a magical ambiance.
The cave house is set in a stunning forest with a river nearby, and just a short drive to Eureka Springs and what is known as the ‘Live Entertainment Capital of the World,’ Branson, Missouri.
One night at this extraordinary, luxury bomb shelter comes with a price tag of $2,200 (£1,735).