This is what I found on Bloomberg:

Two Downton Abbey fans will soon get the chance to live like a Crawley for a night when Highclere Castle, the main filming location for the Emmy Award-winning drama, lists on Airbnb.

As a promotion for the upcoming film Downton Abbey, which will premieres on Sept. 20 in the U.S., the estate in Hampshire, England, is opening its doors to two guests for a one-night stay on Nov. 26.

George Herbert, the 8th Earl of Carnavon, and his wife, Countess Fiona, live at the castle when it is not open to the public. They will invite the guests for cocktails in the saloon, followed by dinner in the state dining room, where they will be served by the castle’s butler. Then they’ll receive coffee in the library before retiring to one of the principal bedrooms, with views of the rolling hills.

Booking opens on Oct. 1. A stay will cost $186.40 and will include a private tour of the grounds.

Information provided by Bloomberg.

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