Love Island unveils new features for clashing couples including The Dog House

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Love Island execs recently released pictures of the new villa, which is five times the size of the Majorca villa.

Based in Cape Town, South Africa, bosses have unveiled new features for the famous villa, including ‘The Dog House’, where Islanders can sleep if they have been kicked out of their own bed.

However, The Dog House features a pull-down bed and they will be forced to make it themselves.

For hopefuls who don’t want to put all their eggs in one basket, or for those that clash, The Dog House will be a comfy retreat compared to the usual sofa or outside bed.

The Dog House will be used by clashing couples but they’ll be forced to make their own bed

The new villa also boasts a Dressing Room for the guys, allowing them to have some lad chat, away from the prying female hopefuls.

Images of the new South Africa villa were exclusively revealed by Daily Star Online, boasting famous Love Island fixtures.

Famously, if somebody was no longer their type on paper, Islanders had to sleep alone without the comfort of their bed.

The last series of Love Island saw a string of hopefuls seeking love sleeping on the sofa, including blonde babe Lucie Donlan after she was torn between boxing star Tommy Fury and Joe Garrett.

The new Vibey Hangout boasts a jacuzzi for the Islanders

Fans can expect to see a ‘vibey hideaway’, which has been upgraded for the new contestants.

The updated hideaway now features a secluded hot tub, which will allow Islanders to enjoy some privacy, should they desire it.

As well as the new fixtures, the new line-up can enjoy the luxury of a gym, a fire pit for cosy evenings outdoors and wall-to-wall glass windows, allowing them to take in the stunning South African scenery.

The male housemates will be able to take advantage of the male dressing room

The property also boasts a huge swimming pool, on the edge of the mountain.

Throughout the series, producers are hoping that there will be fireworks amongst the couples after the Summer hopefuls failed to secure a long-lasting relationship.

Love Island starts Sunday at 9pm on ITV2

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