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The Most Expensive European Castles You Can Rent on Airbnb

The royal life is one Airbnb booking away. Here are some of the most opulent choices.
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Airbnb, the online rental platform for accommodations and homes, is no longer just for budget travelers. Many of its luxury listings give vacations a whole new meaning. Some properties are spacious enough to accommodate up to 30 people, making them perfect ideas for big family vacations or spectacular options for groups of friends (Is someone celebrating her 40th birthday soon?). It’s also possible to find castles complete with floor-to-ceiling damask curtains, charming tapestries, and grand banquet rooms. Here are some of the most extravagant listings in Europe.

FRANCE

Chateau in Loire Valley



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Bedrooms: 17
Features: pond, 50-hectare park, pool garden
Cost: $9,329 (or P448,559) per night

Chateau de St. Louis in Saint-Loup-Lamairé



Bedrooms: 10
Features: moat, lake for fishing, palatial gardens
Cost: $2,635 (or P126,688) per night

Chateau de Bouelles in Normandy


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Bedrooms: 10
Features: hunting lodge, tenant farmhouse, tennis court
Cost: $1,627 (or P78,251) per night

Chateau de Castet in Aquitaine



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Bedrooms: 8
Features: formal drawing room, cigar salon, yoga garden
Cost: $1,849 (or P88,900) per night

UNITED KINGDOM

Somerleyton Hall



Bedrooms: 10
Features: grand lawn, ballroom, garden banquet hall
Cost: $5,695 (or P273,830) per night

ITALY

Castello Dal Pozzo in Piedmont


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Bedrooms: 8
Features: manicured gardens, parapets, in-house restaurant and wine bar
Cost: $3,797 (or P182,554) per night

Castello Tancredi in Tuscany



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Bedrooms: 10
Features: tree-lined driveway, grand foyer, modern gym and sauna
Cost: $2,539 (P122,082)

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