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Love, actually fans can relive their favorite holiday rom-com through an LA estate steeped in Hollywood history that has been transformed by no fewer than two Magnolia Network stars.
Capture at home series co-hosts and interior design duo Amy Neunsinger and Kate Martindale have transformed a historic 1923 home in West Hollywood into the Love, actually Holiday Villa to celebrate the film’s 20th anniversary. Available through December 30, the one-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom abode is inspired by the French cottage of writer Jamie (Colin Firth), who in the film escapes to his country home after a heartbreak and ultimately falls in love with the Portuguese housekeeper Aurélia (Lucia Moniz).
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For just $720 per night, guests can relax in the living room with a towering Christmas tree and 20-foot fireplace, enjoy Harney & Sons tea with a selection of snacks (cucumber sandwiches, cookies and jam), a mix of classic gin & tonics (the bar is fully stocked with Tanqueray dry gin and tonics from the London Essence Co.), and relive the film with a copy of the film’s screenplay (which guests can take home for free). The residence is pet-friendly and decorated with antique furniture, vintage accessories, imported art, and more Old World-inspired touches reminiscent of Jamie’s condo. Guests can upgrade their stay with private massages, yoga classes, a wine and drinks menu, on-site meals and more.
All bookings until December 30 include two orchestra tickets Love, Actually Live at the Valais Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts.
The Hollywood Hills property is steeped in Tinseltown history: previous residents include Oscar-winning actors Norma Shearer, Barbara Stanwyck and Janet Gaynor, legendary MGM fashion designer Adrian Adolph Greenburg (better known by his first name only) and Oscar-winning winning producer and MGM head Irving Thalberg.
Learn more about the Love, actually-inspired vacation rental and book it from $720 per night at VRBO.