PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — The castle made famous by “Downton Abbey” is opening its doors for to superfans who will be fully immersed in the royal lifestyle displayed on the show.
The guests will be greeted by the Highclere Castle’s residents, Earl and Countess of Carnarvon, before joining them for an evening with cocktails and a traditional dinner in the very dining room where the Crawleys ate.
Highclere Castle has 300 rooms that are fully decorated and furnished. Guests will get the chance to explore the property, including all of the iconic rooms recognizable from the hit show.
Fans can book their stay through Airbnb for $159 with a 2 person maximum. The estate is in Hampshire, England, south of Newbury.
This stay is being promoted to celebrate the upcoming “Downtown Abbey” movie, in theaters September 20.
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