Real-Life ‘Downton Abbey’ Put on Airbnb for One-Night Stay

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Highclere Castle, as seen from above, on April 7, 2015. This Jacobean-style country home was designed by Sir Charles Barr.
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The one-night listing for the Nov. 26 stay will go for £150 for two people, or a little under $200.
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The library at Highclere Castle, the setting of many "Downton Abbey" scenes.
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This listing may be one of the only listings to require formal dress for dinner - but it may be worth it for "Downton Abbey" superfans to live like the Crawleys, even for one night.
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The property has been with the Carnarvon family since 1679, according to the castle's owner, Lady Fiona Carnarvon.
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The superfans lucky enough to stay at Highclere Castle will get to stay in one of the principal bedrooms, according to Airbnb.
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Highclere Castle, located in Highclere, west of London, serves as the sumptuous setting for six seasons of "Downton Abbey" as well as the film.
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The gardens of Highclere Castle seen on May 12, 2016. The property lists "9 friendly dogs," though guests are not allowed to bring their own.
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The gardens of Highclere Castle, pictured on May 12, 2016.rn
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The gardens of Highclere Castle pictured on May 12, 2016.
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Lady Fiona Carnarvon, the owner of Highclere Castle, poses for a photograph during a 1920's themed event at Highclere Castle, Sept. 7, 2019, ahead of the world premiere of the "Downton Abbey" film. The Carnarvons put the castle up on Airbnb for one night to commemorate the film.
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