Missing Portia, Daphne, Cameron, Harper, Ethan, Albie, Tanya, and the whole gang? Then it’s time to book this getaway in Italy.
Fans of HBO’s “The White Lotus” can now book the very villa Harper (played by Aubrey Plaza) and Daphne (played by Meghann Fahy) escaped to for an unexpected girls’ night in episode three.
While in the episode the two women headed to Noto, the actual filming location is in Palermo.
Here’s a peek inside The White Lotus Villa
The villa, known as Villa Tasca, is available on Airbnb, and is every bit as opulent as it appears on the show. And with four bedrooms and five-and-a-half baths, there’s plenty of room to bring a few friends.
The home, which dates back to the 1500s, comes with soaring ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows that flood the home with soft light throughout the day, frescos painted on almost every wall, and renaissance-style furnishings that will make you feel like Italian royalty — or at the very least, make you feel like you’re as rich as Harper for a weekend.
Inside the home, guests can also indulge in a few games in the billiard room, a drink at the bar, play their favourite tunes in the music room, or tickle the ivories on the grand piano. For meals, guests can sit down for dinner in the formal dining area that comes with seating for 10.
But the true centrepiece of this home is actually its exterior. With 20 lush acres filled with century-old trees, a citrus grove, a greenhouse, swans swimming through its private lake, and that very recognisable azure pool glittering next to the emerald greenery and soft pink roses, guests may never want to come inside.
Located a 10-minute drive from Cappella Palatina, the getaway also comes with a full staff, including a housekeeper, manager, butler, two room attendants, and cooking services. Guests at the villa can also book excursions, airport transfers, or have the home pre-stocked with goodies for an extra cost.
Ready to live those “White Lotus” fantasies (sans tragic ending, of course)? Book the villa now, starting at USD 5,949 (INR 4,82,722) per night.
This story first appeared on www.travelandleisure.com
Main and Feature Image Credit: Stefano Corso/Courtesy of Airbnb
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