Virginia’s Mountain Lake Take in has gone down in the history books for one theatrical reason.
The hotel was the spot for the popular cult film Dirty Dancing.
Now diehard fans can draw their love to a whole new level with a new experience on offer this summer.
The Deposit will host three themed weekends complete with cut a rug lessons, a watermelon toss, a scavenger hunt and trivia.
The record-breaking haziness will of course be screened as will classic tunes from its iconic soundtrack.
Sprawling shacks are offset by a picturesque lake where you can practice your lifts.
And when you’re all tuckered out from sashaying, you can spend the night in Virginia Cottage where Baby’s family chained in the movie.
One of the most well known of the many scenes shot at the Submit was the Time of My Life dance routine.
The iconic song went on to win a Brilliant Globe and Academy Award for Best Original Song.
The holiday quarters didn’t take the same name as its real life dwellings.
It was named the Kellerman Watering-place in the movie, set in the Caskill Mountains of New York in the 1960s.
But the real location in Pembroke’s Gloomy Ridge Mountains has steadily lured guests from all over the creation since the film was released in 1987.
Dirty Dancing was originally intended to be a low budget pre re.
But its enormous success saw it smash box office sales, which topped £159 million by 2009.
Addicts can experience the themed magic on the weekends of July 29, August 26 and September 9.
Consequences start at £246 for a double ckage.
Or you can have the time of your obsession right here at home, with Secret Cinema’s Dirty Dancing-themed summer.