You can now stay at this iconic Downton Abbey location (and it will totally make you feel like a Crawley)

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LAURA CARMICHAEL as Lady Edith Crawley, ELIZABETH MCGOVERN as Cora, Countess of Grantham and MICHELLE DOCKERY as Lady Mary Crawley
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Fans of Downton Abbey are having a big year. Not only did we find out a movie sequel is headed to theaters this Christmas, but while we countdown the days to the premiere, fans can also book a stay at one of the famous cottages from the show.

Love Home Swap is a members-only platform that allows users to swap homes around the world. Much like the 2006 rom-com The Holiday, you can swap your home with another user for a vacation getaway. Whether it's a simultaneous swap or non-coordinated, travel whenever you like wherever you want (including a famous filming location from the show).

Falstaff House from Downton Abbey

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Alnwick, England, was home to various filming locations from the show, including the renowned Alnwick Castle. But for super fans, a stay at The Falstaff House is a must. The stone cottage features two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a private patio, and a quaint living room with a wood stove. You can even book a stay on Airbnb

If you're ready to hit the beach, the cottage is also only located four miles away from the closest one. You'll also only be a five-minute walk from town, where you can enjoy a cup of tea at one of the various tea shops. Imagine putting on your most regal outfits for a nice cup of tea with friends or if you're looking for something more casual, hit up one of the English pubs for a drink.

The Falstaff House from Downton Abbey.

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As travel slowly begins to resume, make sure to book a stay and get a sneak peek into how some of your favorite Downton Abbey characters lived.

Rylee Johnston

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