'Twilight' fans can now sleep at Bella Swan's house originally appeared on goodmorningamerica.com
The home rental company has just listed the Twilight Swan House: that's right, the quaint home of Charlie and Bella Swan as seen in the first "Twilight" movie can now be yours -- albeit temporarily -- for $330 per night, plus taxes and fees.
The five-bedroom 1930's-era home, located in Saint Helens, Oregon, has become a tourist attraction since the first movie in the saga starring Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson hit theaters.
"No matter whose team you're on, you can probably agree on one thing: a memorable stay awaits as you recreate your favorite movie moments," the listing reads.
"Dine at Charlie's actual dining table that was used in filming. Sleep in Bella's bedroom! Team Edward? -- Sleep in the 'lookout' room, overlooking the front yard, which is where Bella looks out the window to see Edward parked. Team Jacob? -- Sleep in the 'Jacob Black guest room,' located off the main entry downstairs."
The home's owners had their interior rehabbed to match what you see in the movie -- and even set up some cardboard cut-outs of the stars for your selfie-taking pleasure.