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This Is Not a Drill: Fans Can Now Rent That Stunning Italian Villa from ‘The White Lotus’ on Airbnb

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We admit, ever since the season two finale, we've been obsessively searching for new updates on White Lotus season three. Okay, and scouring through Reddit threads for the wildest new theories. From Tanya McQuoid’s final moments to Ethan and Daphne's impulsive visit to Isola Bella, we have plenty of questions. But the one thing we're definitely looking forward to more of next season? The picturesque settings.

For season three, it looks like White Lotus could potentially be heading to Kyoto. But until then, we're turning our attention to one of the most mesmerizing villas we've seen in season two.

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If you recall, the second season included the Noto Villa, which was where Daphne and Harper spent the night in episode three. Lucky for fans, they can actually follow in these characters' footsteps by renting the Renaissance villa through Airbnb.

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According to the official listing, the massive estate is actually called Villa Tasca, and it's located between Palermo and Monreale. It boasts 20 acres of gardens and includes a furnished terrace, a billiards room, a bar and a massive swimming pool surrounded by a lush green garden (as seen on the show). Plus, the luxurious home comes with a full staff. But before you get excited, keep in mind that the cost per night is roughly £5,000 ($6,200).

If you've seen the episode, you'll remember that the dreamy villa also features Italian art, stunning landscape paintings and eye-catching furniture. There's also a double staircase that leads up to the main floor, high ceilings and tall windows that allow for plenty of natural sunlight.

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The official description reads, "This luxury enclave is a 10-minute drive or less from the golden mosaics of the Cappella Palatina and the surrounding Palazzo dei Normanni, and the extraordinary Cappuccini Catacombs. Head to Monreale for a walk by the port, a visit to the cathedral, or a stop at a family-friendly waterpark. It’s also a short trip to the center of Palermo, whose colorful streets are a mix of architecture from across the Mediterranean."

Ready to tap into your inner Daphne this summer? You can get more details and book your stay here.

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