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10 Castles You Can Vacation In

Moving into a castle is a real estate pipe dream as old as time. But you don’t need to buy a royal-worthy estate to live like “Belle and the Beast” for a little while. Book a stay in of these stunning castles, available via vacation rental site HomeAway, and live out all your Disney fantasies, if only for a few days.

Challain-la-Potherie, France

This spectacular home in Challain-la-Potherie, France, has 11 bedrooms and sleeps 55 of your dearest friends.

Book It! Starting at $6,500 per night

Unsleben, Germany

Unlike Belle, we don’t want more than this provincial life. Stay in a one-bedroom apartment that sleeps up to four inside this Disney-perfect property.

Book It! Starting at $118 per night

Marmanhac, France

Sadly, this ivy-covered beauty doesn’t come with any talking furniture, but it does have a pool!

Book It! Starting at $1,000 per night

Montegabbion TR, Italy

Halfway between Rome and Florence, this 13th-century castle is downright magical.

Book It! Starting at $267 per night

Saint Polten, Austria

Keep out all manor of beasts, or unwanted party guests, thanks to this home’s real-life moat.

Book It! Starting at $2,035 per night

Stuhlingen, Germany

Forget a curse of eternal winter, this German castle is beautiful in all seasons.

Book It! Starting at $59 per night

Arquenay, France

This pristine chateau is truly straight out of a storybook.

Book It! Starting at $733 per night

Yvetot-Bocage, France

Near to the D-Day landing beaches, a stay here ensures you’ll get a side of history with your fairytale.

Book It! Starting at 981 per night

Saint-Vincent-sur-Graon, France

This classic French home is just begging to host a ball.

Book It! Starting at $826 per night

Duns, Scotland

Travel budget inhibiting your happy ending? Enter to win a stay at this stunning Scottish castle, courtesy of Homeaway.

Find all the details here.

This article was previously posted on People.com. The rental prices are as of March 20, 2017. We’ve included affiliate links into this article. Click here to learn what those are.