You Can Now Stay In Edward And Bella's Honeymoon Villa From 'Twilight'
The incredible suite - which is featured in Breaking Dawn Part 1 - is accessed exclusively by helicopter or boat and is set in a remote area of Paraty, Brazil, which is halfway between Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo.
It has six bedrooms (sleeping 12 people), eight bathrooms - so no arguments over getting ready - and is set between two small hills, with a nearby private bay if you fancy a dip.
The listing explains: "Enjoy of this spectacular house where Twilight the film was filmed, Edward and Bella (the protagonists) venture to Brazil to honeymoon on the Isle of Esme, which doesn't actually exist.
"Where they actually went was Paraty, Brazil, a colonial town and blossoming vacation retreat halfway in between Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo [sic]."
Designed by Brazilian architects, Bernandes + Jacobsen, the "Twilight-House" features skylights, as well as palm and banana trees, eucalyptus posts and wooden beams, which create a magical tree house vibe.
According to the listing, it's also been decorated with beautiful hewn wood from South America and Bali as well as floor tiles made by Francisco Brennand, a renowned sculptor and ceramic artist based near Recife.
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Sounds mega chic.
There's also all the amenities you'd need, including air conditioning, internet, a TV (not that you would need one with these views) and a washing machine.
They also allow pets and parties or events (anyone else think this would make the best spot for a small and intimate wedding?!)
The luxury villa is priced at $3,512 (£2,377) per night, but split between 12 and you'd be looking at £198 per night per person, which is a bargain considering how incredible it looks!
If you were to travel, you would need to self isolate for 14 days upon your return.
Still, this is going straight to the top of our bucket lists!
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