You Could Actually Stay At The X Factor’s Beautiful Judges’ Houses (If You’re Super Rich)
Now that the clocks have gone back and it’s dark by 4.30pm, what better time than now to plan your next holiday, right?
Well, we might just have the ideal spots for you, because you know those fancy Judges’ Houses locations on the X Factor? Well, you can actually stay in them.
Or be specific, three of them. But we’re sure Rita could always work her magic on that swanky LA pad.
Cheryl Fernandez-Versini took her groups all the way to Rome, where they stayed in Villa Elda - apparently located in the Lake Bracciano area.
It can sleep 8 people, which is actually pretty perfect when you realise that the weekly renting price starts at around £10,780. Ideal for sharing.
You can find out more about the luxurious place here.
Next up is Nick Grimshaw’s impressive Cotswolds pad, called The Barnhouse.
It’s one of many homes spread across a huge 65-acre estate, and you can either rent or actually buy one, if you fancy.
Fun fact: the interior of the property Grimmy and Mark Ronson did their judging in was actually designed by Kate Moss.
Find your ideal Cotswold house here.
The place might be haunted by a ghost (according to Simon Cowell), but this French Château in the Loire Valley is still pretty incredible.
We don’t understand like half of those words.
The place has 10 bedrooms, but can sleep a whopping 48 guests, which would definitely be a handy way to cut down the price.
£10,000 between 48 of you? Well, that’s still like £210 actually.
You can rent the property through HomeAway.co.uk here.
Finally, we have Rita Ora’s banging Beverley Hills home, which is slap bang in the middle of Mulholland Drive – basically the most celeb place EVER.
Sadly, it’s a totally private residence so can’t be rented by mere mortals (though we’re sure Rita could probably put in a good word for you).
We think we’ll be sticking with a Premier Inn for now.
- By Charlotte Warwick
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