Followers of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, will you settle for this Airbnb itemizing? The mansion the place numerous contestants of the long-running ABC relationship actuality present have lived, beloved, hoped and hated has for $6,000 an evening (sorry, the homeowners will not settle for fee in roses).
The Mediterranean-style revival home, formally referred to as Villa de la Vina, is situated in Agoura Hills, within the Southern California mountains. It has seven bedrooms and eight bogs, with sleeping preparations for greater than 13 visitors.
Host Chris Harrison, sadly, will not be available to greet you as you start your Airbnb journey. So what, then, are the precise causes to remain within the large abode? I am going to let the Airbnb hosts take it away.
“We provide our visitors extra than simply the house, we additionally provide our visitors with entry to probably the most well-known swimming pools on the earth, two jacuzzis, a pool desk, hand crafted furnishings, eye-popping views, and massive outside area all completely packaged on your keep,” the itemizing reads. “We’re the proper place on your subsequent trip.”
A real-life family lives on the premises, transferring out for 42 days a yr so digital camera crews and romance seekers can roll in. As a result of extremely unromantic , nevertheless, the most recent season of The Bachelorette has been compelled to quarantine at La Quinta Palm Springs.
There, contestants have needed to forgo the standard helicopters and world journey for one-on-one horseback rides across the resort and group “splash ball” within the pool. With guys clad in Speedos in fact.