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Huge Victorian mansion is available on Airbnb for £81 a night

A grand country manor house has been listed on Airbnb - and you could stay for less than £81 a night.

Highcliffe Manor - situated just an hour from Hull and within walking distance of the picturesque village of Flambourough - dates back to 1895 and boasts not only breathtaking views but an amazing Victorian interior.

The listing says the property can sleep up to 20 people, which means if you split the cost between your family and friends, the whopping £9,714 for a six night stay comes down to just £80.95 per person per night.

The advert says that Highcliffe Manor is approached via a private road through open farm land and woods culminating at grand wrought iron gates.

It goes on to describe it's location as "in the heart of a charming coastal village" with local amenities including pubs, cafes and shops all within walking distance of the property.

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They also list the features of the property on the advert which includes a drinks terrace, rustic barns and stables and a hot tub. The full list is below.

The owners also say that there is a "total exclusivity" when you book, meaning "you’ll receive the highest standards of service".

They say "We deliberately limit the number of bookings we host each year and pride ourselves on delivering a unique experience."

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