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Brace yourselves, TwiHards. Thanks to Airbnb, you can now kick up the nostalgia and relive your love of Twilight.

Fans will be delighted to know you can now spend the night in the house that was used as Bella Swan’s home in the films.

No, we’re not kidding.

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The “Twilight Swan House” is now open for bookings via Airbnb and looks almost identical to the way it did in the film.

However, while the series was set in Forks, Washington, the Swan House used for filming is located in Saint Helens, Oregon.

The house dates back to the 1930s and comes with five bedrooms capable of sleeping 10 people.

That means you can grab your TwiHard friends and head out to the perfect Twilight retreat while you continue to debate over Team Edward and Team Jacob.

While the first film in the series was shot at the house, the rest were shot using rebuilt rooms on a soundstage.

Still, this room comes with all the perfect vampire feels and even includes cardboard cutouts of Bella and Jacob.

We’re not sure why there’s no Edward Cullen cutout. Maybe the owners of this Airbnb are strictly Team Jacob?

The house can be rented via Airbnb for $330 per night Mon-Thurs/Sun and $440 per night Fri-Sat.

You can read the owners’ description of the space below:

“This house was used for filming in the movie Twilight! Take photos recreating all of your favorite Twilight scenes! 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.”

You can view a few photos of the house below.

Twilight House
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Twilight House
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Twilight House
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