You can rent Villanelle’s Spanish apartment from season three on Airbnb

Being cooped up inside the same four walls for 10 weeks has got us thinking about our next holiday.

And, since we are watching more TV than ever, it’s natural to look to some of our favourite shows for getaway inspiration.

The good news is that the real-life Barcelona apartment that features in the third season of Killing Eve is available to rent on Airbnb.

In the third series of the hit show, Villanelle swaps her Parisian flat for a spacious Art Nouveau apartment in Spain.

The stunning property called Casa Ramos is located in Gracia – just a stone’s throw away from Park Güell.

Visitors have plenty of space to relax, too, as the apartment boasts a reception hall, studio, dining and living room, glass gallery, two bedrooms, kitchen and a bathroom. There’s also access to a garden, private pool and a balcony.

If that wasn’t enough, it also boasts colourful tiling, ornate cornicing, arches, pillars and stained glass windows – making it the perfect backdrop for Instagram snaps.

It’s worth pointing out that it’s just the apartment that is available to rent on Airbnb. The rest of the property is a family home owned by architect Sean Carbonell-Hogg, who also runs tours of the house.

The spot is available to hire from £297 a night – which includes the cleaning and service fees. It’s also just a 10-minute walk from the Metro station in central Plaza Lesseps and the downtown area.

As the name suggests, the house was originally built for the Ramos family back in 1906, but over the years it’s received some modern updates including WiFi and contemporary furniture.

If the reviews are anything to go by, guests certainly won’t be disappointed.

One happy visitor commented: ‘Literally staggering and exceptional space. Truly memorable and one of my favourite places ever……..’

While another added: ‘I can’t recommend this beautiful home enough, the location is fantastic and the hosts are brilliant.’

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