Unless you've recently time traveled 11 years back to 2008, you most likely haven't thought about the Twilight franchise in about a decade.
But the teen romance series has recently made its way back into the spotlight because the two-story home featured in the film is now available for rent on Airbnb. And the best part is it's decked out in movie memorabilia, so you can fulfill all of your vampire-loving dreams.
Staying at the Twilight Airbnb house definitely wouldn't suck.
While Bella and her father, Charlie Swan, lived in the quaint Victorian house all by themselves, it can reportedly host up to 10 people, according to the Airbnb post. It has a total of five bedrooms, five beds, and one and a half bathrooms.
And the best part is the décor — each room commemorates scenes from the movie.
"This house was used for filming in the movie Twilight! Take photos recreating all of your favorite Twilight scenes!" the post boasts.
"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 Airbnb website displays most of the pictures of the rooms, and they look practically unchanged from each of the films. Apparently this is because the original owner chose to maintain the same look.
During the filming of the Twilight saga, Dean Koenig owned the 1930's home.
In an interview with House Beautiful back in August 2018, Koenig said he decided to maintain the look of the house after filming ended, because he liked the production crew's design choices.
“The choices the filmmakers made really made the house shine," he said in the interview. "If you ever have the chance to have your room colors picked by a production designer, you won’t be sorry."
The new couple has reportedly noticed that Twilight fans are predominantly the ones who end up renting their home. And really, can you blame them?
One thing you'll notice if you kept up with the series as avidly as I did is that the house isn't located in the same town as the book and movie setting, which was Forks, Wash.
The real Swan house is apparently located in St. Helens, Ore., "in a quiet neighborhood in downtown Saint Helens, within walking distance to the historic riverfront." Apparently it isn't too far from the city of Portland.
If you're actually interested in renting the house for you and all your Edward Cullen-lovin' friends, it costs $440 on Friday and Saturday nights, and $330 every other night of the week, according to Airbnb.
I know that sounds expensive, but think about it: you'll be renting it out with 10 of your high school (or even middle school) BFFs, so it won't be too pricey in the end. Just think: your teen self would be so proud of you.