You Can Now Stay at ‘The Bachelor’ Mansion for $6K a Night

THE BACHELOR - "Episode 2201" - What do a quirky, cute set decorator who has a thing for taxidermy, death and zombies; a Yale graduate with the business acumen to be a big success, but failing grades in love; a rock-climbing nanny who combines youthful exuberance with classic charm; a lovely Latin lady who can spice things up in the romance department; and a former model who harbors a huge secret all have in common? They all have their sights set on making the Bachelor, Arie Luyendyk Jr.
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If you’ve ever dreamed of pulling up to “The Bachelor” mansion’s always-glistening driveway or swimming in the pool that’s been the site of some of the most dramatic moments ever on the dating reality show, you’re in luck — the famed Mediterranean-style home is now available to rent on Airbnb. But the experience doesn’t come cheap — it will cost you a cool $5,999 per night (and based on the description, that doesn’t include impromptu pop-ins from Chris Harrison).

What you will get is access to the 10,000 square feet of interior space, 20,000 square feet of outdoor space, and the canyon, mountain and vineyard views that surround the mansion, also known as Villa de la Vina. The house has seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a pool, two jacuzzis, a pool table and an indoor fireplace, and can sleep up to 13 guests.

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To stay at the Malibu, California-area mansion, however, you’ll need to be there for the right reasons — which means no parties allowed. According to the Airbnb listing, “absolutely no parties, filming, professional photography or gatherings” are permitted. “If this rule is not followed you will be shut down immediately and the police will be called for trespassing.”

Although Villa de la Vina is best known as “The Bachelor” mansion, it was originally built as a family home in 2004 by Marshall Haraden for his wife and four kids, Today reported. In the past, the family would relocate twice a year for filming, but it seems like they’ve moved out — at least temporarily — to offer it up for Airbnb.

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