The owners of the enormous 17th-century estate which doubles as one of TV’s most famous stately homes has been advertised on Airbnb.
Lady Carnarvon of Highclere Castle has offered up a one-night stay at the vast property in Hampshire to two lucky people.
The listing on the lodging app claims guests will be “treated like royalty” during the stay.
Highclere Castle spans more than 100,000 sq ft and has 300 rooms including a saloon, drawing room and library.
It has become one of the most famous historic homes in the UK thanks to the success of Downtown Abbey, which was made into a feature film released last Friday.
The guests will be waited on by Highclere’s butler, treated to evening cocktails and dinner with both the Earl and Countess of Carnarvon. After the meal coffee will be served in the castle’s library.
The following morning the pair will be given a tour of the estate.
The stay can only take place on November 26 with reservation opportunities going live on October 1 at noon.
In order to be in with a chance of grabbing the reservation, the person booking must have favourable Airbnb reviews, a verified profile and a passion for Downtown Abbey.
On the listing, Lady Carnarvon writes: “For one night only, you can sleep in one of the castle’s iconic bedrooms and get the opportunity to live like the Lord or Lady of a stately home.
“For the first time, two guests are cordially invited to immerse themselves in life at Highclere Castle and will be treated like royalty during their stay.
“You will get the opportunity to explore iconic rooms you know so well from Downton Abbey, such as the drawing room and the library.
“For one night, you can follow in the footsteps of kings and queens and enjoy life as a Lord or Lady to celebrate the upcoming motion picture event, Downton Abbey.”
She added: “I am passionate about the stories and heritage of Highclere Castle and I am delighted to be able to share it with others who have a love of the building and its history.
“With the support of Airbnb, I am excited to open Highclere Castle up for a truly unique stay – do view my listing to find out more.”
The castle has been in the Carnarvon family since 1679.
The cost of the stay is not advertised on the listing.