16 Movie And TV Homes That You Can Rent On Airbnb

Real life might not be exactly like the movies or our favorite television shows, but there are ways to pretend — if only for a weekend. Thanks to Airbnb, we all have the opportunity to stay in homes, apartments, and even luxurious estates that have been featured in movies and TV. For fans of blockbuster hits like "Twilight" and "Avengers: Endgame," along with popular shows such as "Fixer Upper" and "Chicago Fire," these Airbnb rentals are a dream come true. Recreate your favorite scenes, dress up as the characters, or just enjoy an evening living like you're actually in a movie. By simply booking these Airbnb homes and paying a nightly fee, you can have access to movie and television magic — and even make a little of your own while you're at it.

There's a little something for everyone, too. Because so many different homes have been used by Hollywood to set the scene, there's a good chance your favorite flick is on this list of movie and TV homes you can rent on Airbnb. If you've ever wondered what it was like to stand on a film or television set, follow along as we uncover these iconic rentals.

Live like a vampire in this Twilight house

Calling all "Twilight" fans! If you've always dreamed of becoming a vampire like Bella Swan, the best place to start is in her family's home featured in the movie. This cozy 1930s house is located in St. Helens, Oregon — just a quick drive from Portland — and boasts five bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms. Depending on when you stay, the rates run from $350 to $450 per night. There's a two-night minimum stay required, but when there are so many "Twilight" scenes to recreate, that time is sure to fly by. From sleeping in Bella's bedroom to gazing out the same window where Bella spots Edward parked outside, there are plenty of iconic moments from which to choose.

Plus, you'll also find "Twilight" memorabilia sprinkled throughout the space during your stay. In fact, you can sit and eat at the Swan's actual dining room table seen in the movie. Per the Airbnb reviews, these special additions make the house extra magical. "The Twilight Swan house is everything a Twihard fan has ever dreamed of!" says Shelby on Airbnb. "With personal touches from the movie, pictures, cardboard cutouts, movies, books, popcorn and original clothing, items and decor from the movie, it was a lifetime memory and experience our entire family will never forget!"

Take a trip to Tokyo like Shoshanna in Girls

If you're looking for the ultimate overseas trip, you can't go wrong with this colorful and eclectic Tokyo, Japan apartment that made an appearance in the HBO show, "Girls." Per Observer, in Season 5, Episode 3 of "Girls," we find Shoshanna waking up in a quirky apartment. As it turns out, her character was in Tokyo — and you can stay in the exact same place she did for $227 per night.

This loft is named "The Reversible Destiny Loft," created by Shusaku Arakawa and Madeline Ginsand. It features one bedroom area, bright primary colors, Wifi, air conditioning, and multiple other amenities to make your stay as enjoyable as the space itself. Plus, the apartment also offers a hammock for ultimate relaxation. "The Reversible Destiny Lofts will be your most memorable and inspired stay," claims Hester on Airbnb. "The house does exactly what the architects planned, it allows you to approach things anew. It is the perfect home to book for a longer stay, to try and get creative work done without too much interference from outside." With the addition of free parking, a washer and dryer, and a fully-stocked kitchen, it might be hard to leave this loft.

Stay in this former Fixer Upper home

For fans of the show "Fixer Upper," this gorgeous Airbnb home is a dream come true. It was featured in Season 2 of the show (Episode 9, to be exact), and is located in Waco, Texas. With four bedrooms and three bathrooms, there's more than enough room for the entire family — or just you and a few friends. The house sleeps 10 guests, so the more the merrier in this Airbnb!

The reviews are as glowing as the house itself. According to Kate on Airbnb, "It's not just a stylish space; it's actually a space that has an energy of warmth. It's easy to get to things from the home, there's plenty of parking, and there are so many thoughtful touches. The mattresses are comfortable, the showers are hot with great water pressure." No wonder it was a fan favorite "Fixer Upper" home.

You'll notice a stunning Mid-Mod design theme throughout, too, thanks to the minds of Chip and Joanna Gaines. This particular home has become one of the most famous "Fixer Upper" homes, too — per House Beautiful — so you might want to book as far in advance as possible for this iconic Airbnb rental.

This cottage was featured in Murder, She Wrote

Though this historic cottage rental can't promise you'll get to solve a murder like Jessica Fletcher during your stay, you can always put "Murder, She Wrote" on the TV and live vicariously through her. And frankly, the home is chic enough to warrant a stay even without its famous past. For approximately $236 per night, you get the entire Albion, California cottage — featuring three bedrooms and one bathroom. Per Dennis' review on Airbnb, "This cottage is a hidden gem. Granted, it's a little quirky and off the beaten path, but it's quiet and comfortable and the back deck is delicious." Sounds like the perfect weekend retreat.

It isn't just a stint on long-running show Murder, She Wrote that makes this Airbnb rental so special, though. The home has belonged to the current owners since 1908, and their grandmother and her six siblings all lived in the cottage. Rich with history and located in a small California village, there are so many reasons this home is a must-stay.

Be a part of the Avengers: Endgame action at this cabin

This stunning lakeside cabin was featured in "Avengers: Endgame," and makes for an exciting getaway in the Chattahoochee Hills of Fairburn, Georgia. Featuring three bedrooms and three bathrooms, you'll have this whole cabin just for yourself — and your friends and family, too. The property is located on Bouckaert Farm just 30 minutes outside of Atlanta. And when you rent the cabin, you get access to fishing, hiking, and a good bit of the farm to explore.

According to one reviewer, it's an ideal combination of movie magic and the ultimate relaxation. Nick says on Airbnb, "The cabin is everything you would think it is. With an amazing view of the lake it is very peaceful when you want to get away from everything and if you're a Marvel fan it's the perfect place to watch all the movies." So go ahead and gather your loved ones for a getaway in a luxurious cabin, where you all can be part of the action — literally and by living vicariously through the "Avengers" films.

This condo was made famous on Chicago Fire

If you're a huge fan of the NBC show "Chicago Fire," you won't want to miss staying in this luxurious Chicago condominium. In fact, this property was actually declared a Chicago landmark in 2013, making a stay in the condo even more special. When you enter the space, you'll find stainless steel appliances (perfect for making a gourmet meal) in the kitchen, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and even a jacuzzi for a relaxing night in. If you're looking for a rental in Chicago, this condo might be the perfect fit.

And even though the building was shown on fire on an episode of "Chicago Fire," have no fear. Per the Airbnb page, this particular property was never actually consumed by flames. That's the power of editing and special effects, folks! Just don't forget to take a few photos outside the condo to commemorate the experience of staying on a former television set.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills love this chateau

Grab a few (or all) of your friends for a stay at this absolutely stunning French chateau — Château de Tourreau, as it's known. As seen on "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," this estate is luxury at its core. The castle holds 15 guests, featuring nine bedrooms and nine bathrooms. And yes, you'll have the whole property to yourself. At approximately $5,099 per night, you'll want to experience everything the castle has to offer, too. Take a walk around the home and you'll find a formal dining room that seats 20 guests, a library, and a pool. Plus, if you want to pay a bit extra, you can also get access to the farmhouse, which boasts seven bedrooms, a gym, and a room for playing squash.

Even if you opt to forego the farmhouse area and stick with the main castle, you'll still have plenty to do and myriad complimentary services. Enjoy breakfast, housekeeping every day, and a maintenance staff for the pool and garden. There's no doubt that you'll feel like a Beverly Hills housewife while staying at this gorgeous castle in Sarrians, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France.

Stay in the Grecian windmill from The Bachelorette

Spend a romantic evening at this rustic traditional windmill in Greece — just like Hannah and Peter on "The Bachelorette." After all, it's no secret that Season 15 of "The Bachelorette" was a whirlwind, filled with ups, downs, and (of course) a few hook-ups. So if you're a fan of the show, you'll definitely want to make the trek to the exact Grecian windmill where Hannah and Peter got closer than ever.

Inside the windmill, you'll find both bedroom and kitchen areas available — but note that the bathroom isn't attached to this part of the structure. Having to exit down a flight of stairs to use the restroom doesn't offset the inherent charm of this windmill, though. Add in the fact that you can score the place for only $71 in Nikithianos, Greece, and it's hard to pass up. A former guest of the Airbnb, Andreas, only had great things to say, too. "Book. This. Airbnb. This is the adventur[ous] hideout that turns a great time in Crete to unforgettable! Just do it. My girlfriend and I had a wonderful time at this cozy accommodation which immediately triggered our curiosity in discovering its beautiful details."

This Love Is Blind treehouse is so romantic

Live amongst the trees for a weekend in this absolutely stunning treehouse. Seen on "Love Is Blind," "World's Most Amazing Vacation Rentals," and a few other shows and music videos, this is a must-stay. The treehouse itself is located in Atlanta, Georgia on a farm that houses saved alpacas, llamas, cats, dogs, and even chickens. You might just get a glimpse of some animals as you explore the property, but you're more than welcome to stay in the queen-sized bed and look up through the skylight all day if you'd prefer. Or, for those who like to explore, you can go hang out on the rope bed that swings while you take in all the nature around you.

The treehouse will run you around $395 per night, but you can also contact the owners about hourly rates for weddings, photography sessions, or filming. If you do decide to stay the night, though, you'll have access to both a composting toilet in the treehouse and a marble bathroom amongst the bamboo. The larger restroom may be a few steps away from the treehouse, but you can just consider it another way to really connect with nature. Then, once you're settled in for the night, you can relax on the treehouse's porch before heading to bed.

According to the Alpaca Treehouse's Airbnb page, this is one of the most wish-listed rentals on the planet — so plan as far in advance as you can.

The De Vere House from Harry Potter

Avid "Harry Potter" fans will recognize the De Vere House Bed & Breakfast from "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 1". This home was used to create the Godrics Hollow film set, Harry Potter's family home for the first year of his life, and it appears in the official movies, video games, and even Warner Bros' Christmas cards (via De Vere House). The house still stands in England in the United Kingdom, allowing tourists to stay in this Grade I-listed building. The "Grade I" title indicates this site has notable historical importance; this building was originally owned by the extremely wealthy de Vere family before it gained notoriety through its pop culture cameo. While it has been remodeled several times throughout the years, it still has an original medieval wall painting and an early 15th-century carved door. The building also includes one of the few remaining traditional garderobes, or medieval storerooms, still standing in the United Kingdom.

For only $205 a night, visitors can enjoy a cozy Muggle experience wearing fluffy dressing gowns and roasting marshmallows and crumpets over a fire. The exterior gives off cottage storybook vibes, emulating the wizarding world with its striped siding and lattice windows. Once you step inside, you'll be transported into a world of eclectic and vintage furniture, much like you'd expect from an elderly wizard or witch's home. Floral drapes, large portrait paintings, and cabinets and tables adorned with fine china and vases make up most of this home. You can even find a suit of armor in the sitting room, which adds another medieval touch to this novelty stay.

Take a look inside The Godfather mansion

Originally built in 1930, the 6,248-square-foot mansion from "The Godfather" still stands in Staten Island, New York. The manor's exterior appears as it did during filming in the '70s — English Tudor style with gray and brown masonry accents. However, the entire interior has been remodeled so guests can enjoy a comfortable stay with modernized amenities. While there aren't any current bookings available, you can keep an eye on the listing to see if they open back up. 

Even with the thorough interior remodel, this mansion still maintains its "Godfather" vibe with the vintage furniture found throughout the home. Opulent leather couches, traditional floral rugs, candelabra-style lighting, and oversized wooden furniture maintain a traditional interior design style. The sitting area surrounds a masonry fireplace with iron tools, extra logs, and an ornate metal screen, keeping to an old-time vibe despite the flatscreen TV overhead. The downstairs pub also has a stone bar wall and a large collection of liquor, akin to what would be owned by the wealthy protagonist from its cult classic origins.

Stay safe from the Upside Down at the Byers' home residence

With Netflix's "Stranger Things" Season 5 in the works, what better way to show appreciation for this series than by staying at one of the residences used for filming? This Airbnb home in Albuquerque, New Mexico, was the Byers family's residence in Season 4, and it has space for up to 15 guests to stay for only $314 a night.

The Airbnb hosts want this stay to be kept as authentic and original as possible, and since the show takes place in the 1980s, much of the furniture is reminiscent of interior design trends during that period. "80s Country" sums up the style of this home with its vibrant wooden cabinetry, traditional curvy-shaped chairs, and floral upholstery patterns. You'll also find vintage lamps, Laura Ashley-inspired floral lampshades, and minimalistic vases and bowls as decor. Downstairs is a game room and bar with Atari arcade machines, LED wall decor, and an ode to Joyce Byers — her wall of alphabet letters and string lights hang above a blanketed armchair and end table. 

Walk in the footsteps of former bachelors and bachelorettes

Fans of reality romance on television will have an eye for the "Villa de la Vina," the mansion where the acclaimed shows "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" open every season. This renowned location includes 10 acres of property within the Santa Monica Mountains in Agoura Hills, California. The manor is Mediterranean revival-style, and its architecture draws inspiration from the Spanish and Italian Renaissance (via Study). The exterior features red clay tile roofing, carved stonework, stucco walls, and grand archways, all of which encapsulate old-world characteristics associated with Mediterranean Revival construction. This impressive home goes for $23,343 a night, offering guests the chance to use all the amenities also offered up to "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette contestants," including the pool, jacuzzis, pool table, and the 10,000-square-foot interior.

The mansion's room designs are altered and updated every season, but when filming is not in progress, renters get to enjoy traditional-style furnishings, including antique cabinets, floral accent rugs, and heavy brocade curtains. The living room is the epitome of classic interior design, with its regal curved armchairs, English roll arm couch, floral drapes, and cornerstone brick fireplace. Downstairs, the cellar takes a more rustic turn with industrial wrought-iron barstools and a vintage dark wood bar. The bathroom is arguably one of the most luxurious locations on this property, with its elaborate tiled floors, unique hanging chandelier, and a stone bathtub that sits parallel to a stone fireplace surrounded by pillar candles.

Climb aboard Seafood from Caddyshack

Airbnb doesn't only rent out novelty stays on land — you can book a night on the water and stay at the yacht from the famous "Caddyshack" movie released in 1980. This authentic rental, "Seafood," is docked off the coast of Maryland, United States, and includes 60 feet of indoor and outdoor areas. It's the original yacht from the Hollywood film, and though it was originally built in 1979, it was completely restored in 2017 (via United Yacht Sales).

For only $400 a night, classic movie fans can spend a night in Rodney Dangerfield's three-bedroom, three-bathroom boat and re-enact the famous "You scratched my anchor" scene from cinematic history. Inside the ship, you'll find decorative references to the cult classic, including autographed photos, promotional images, and screenshots of iconic movie scenes. You can even find a full-size cardboard cutout of Al Czervik. The interior keeps to a simple marine theme, practical for the yacht's off-shore location. Most of the cabinetry and interior wall panels are orange-toned wood, and the kitchen features white quartz countertops, keeping the style simple but classy. The bedrooms are nautical-themed with red, white, and blue comforter sets, including throw pillows with stripes, anchors, and geometric diamond designs.

Make a getaway from everyday life with a visit to the Fraser family beach house

Stay at an original 1893 farmhouse, renowned for its cameo in HBO's "Girls" and "The Undoing" television shows. This family house has an old-time charm with its tall masonry tower and rustic shingle-style architecture, a popular house design from the 1880s to the early 1900s. This architecture is unique in that it is influenced by Victorian buildings but has American origins. You can identify this style by recognizing the overall wide and tall build, typical front-facing porches, and how shingles are incorporated in both the walls and roofing.

You can rent this six-bedroom, four-bathroom New York home for just $1,100+ a night, and enjoy the Fraser family's beach house that first appears in the second episode of "The Undoing." Many of the interior furnishings appear similar to the ones from the show, maintaining a country-esque vibe both outside and inside the house. Natural wood furniture and cabinetry, retro-style appliances, and orange-toned hardwood floors make up most of the home, maintaining the vintage interior design. Floral-patterned rugs and fabrics add rustic and antique effects to the traditional-style home, making it feel like you're truly living in a space from past generations. However, the traditional look is spiced up by mismatched furniture and upholstery, adding a Bohemian touch.

Lounge on the same beach as former Bachelor contestants at this seaside villa

Anyone can pretend to be a beloved contestant from Bachelor Nation by staying at the one and only beachside mansion from "Bachelor in Paradise." Casa Koko is a modern villa located on the beaches of Punta Mita in Nayarit, Mexico. For $13,900 a night, you can enjoy this nine-bedroom villa with your friends, family, and anyone else you want to bring along to re-enact the "Bachelor" experience. 

The interior is adorned with modern and minimalist furniture, but the outside deck and landscape make this mansion so remarkable. There are several outdoor beachside areas, and most are outfitted with contemporary furniture in neutral tones. There are numerous seating areas with stone, wicker, and woven chairs surrounding modern tables made of stone or wood. Much of the upholstery is a solid color with solid or simple geometric-patterned accents. The use of natural elements helps create a bohemian vibe, although the modern styles keep the theme from appearing too rustic. Over the main porch is a hay-woven ceiling and hanging wicker lamps which contribute to the coastal atmosphere, and even the lounging chairs and swinging hammock keep to the neutral color scheme to create this glamorous beachside getaway.