The Twilight books and films were a huge pop culture craze for years, with people lining up to get into opening night movie screenings and fans screaming at the sight of any of the cast members.
For all the Twilight fans who still have a soft spot in their heart for the franchise, you can now have a live-in experience with Bella’s house from the movie.
The House Where Bella Lived With Charlie Is An Airbnb
The charming 1930s house, which is located St. Helens, Oregon, USA, is available as a vacation rental on Airbnb by hosts Dean & Amber. Vistors get the whole house to themselves, which includes room for up to eight guests.
The Furniture Inside Matches The Movie Set
While staying at this Airbnb, you can dine at the same table as Charlie Swan in the film: the furniture in the dining room and parts of the living room is the exact same as what was used for filming.
You Can Sleep In Bella’s Room
You can sleep in Bella’s room, which has identical setup and furniture as the actual film set—even down to the bedspread! It’s one of the five bedrooms available in the house and can really make you feel like you’re living in the movie.
Other Rooms Are Themed After Characters
While none of the other rooms were used for filming, the owners of the house have themed rooms based on parts of the franchise. You can stay in the “lookout” room, where Bella looks out onto the driveway for Edward, or in the “Jacob Black” room, which even features a cardboard cutout of the character.
Reenact The Scenes Personally (Or Not)
You can use the space to act out scenes from the films and fangirl all you want, but you can also explore the area around it. The house is located in the quiet downtown of St. Helens, and is just a short walk away from the historic local riverfront. If you’re feeling more adventurous, it’s a short drive to Portland, Oregon.
All In All, It’s A Place Any Twilight Fan Would Want To Stay
The Airbnb’s prices per night range from $330–550 depending on seasonality and length of stay. With a 4.97 star rating, the reviews are overwhelmingly positive from past visitors. So, Twilight fans, does anyone want to take a trip to St. Helens with me?