Coronation Street Airbnb will give fans the chance to stay next to Rovers Return
Coronation Street will be home to its own Airbnb with fans of the legendary soap spending a night on the famous cobblestones of Wetherfield.
ITV’s much-loved show, which celebrated its 60th anniversary last year, hasn’t moved to Manchester for long and this is Corrie’s new home where the ‘Rovers Annex’ will be located.
News of the huge premiere was revealed on Tuesday on This Morning by soap expert Sharon Marshall.
After teasing an upcoming Coronation Street episode in which young Sam finds himself in danger, Sharon joked, “If this is a place you think you might want to go on vacation,” before sharing the details of Airbnb.
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She explained, “It will be for one night only. They actually built a little annex next to the Rovers, so it will be like you stay in the Rovers.”
As footage of the apartment under construction scrolled across the screen, host Holly Willoughby said, “It’s amazing!” before Sharon added: “the reservation continues, I have found the exact date – next Wednesday May 26 at 1:00 p.m. on Airbnb site.
As a photo of his bedroom appeared in front of him, Phillip Schofield exclaimed: “It’s a brilliant idea!” before Sharon specifies that the stay is for two people for one night in October.
“You will have a hot pot, you might have a drink. You can walk around and take pictures,” she continued.
“And it’s in the new set that’s good because the old set was haunted, so you didn’t want to spend the night there.
“But apparently everything will be fine there. It looks amazing!”
Holly said to him, “This is so cool!”
Coronation Street recently made headlines for its poignant hate crime story that saw popular character Seb lose his life in emotionally charged and difficult-to-watch scenes.