If you're a fans of the classic '80s sitcom Golden Girls, you should be packing their bags. (If you haven't seen the iconic show, go watch on your streaming service immediately). Get ready to take a trip to Ardmore, Oklahoma immediately for the getaway spot you didn't know you needed.
Rue McClanahan's (i.e. Blanche Deveraux from the show) childhood home has been turned into an Airbnb and it is full of fun elements from The Golden Girls that everyone will love. Current homeowner Lori Harrison, the local Oklahoma woman and mastermind behind the new space, has been having a lot of fun with it as she pays homage to the show's characters in each room.
"I have been surprised, honestly, how much interest there has been," Harrison told KXII. "I think it has to do with something way greater than the Golden Girls but it's been very exciting to watch it unfold."
The former property of Rue McClanahan's family will allow guests to stay in "Rose's Room", "Sophia's Suite," and "Blanche's Boudoir." The house is getting a lot of attention, with over 500 views on the Airbnb page in the past week. Even now, years after it ended, Golden Girls is still a beloved show so it's no wonder people are so excited about the Oklahoma Airbnb.
The three bedroom can accomodate up to six, and there's already a steady stream of guests who have booked up weekends in October and November. Check your calendar and add this Golden Girls themed Airbnb to your bucket list even if it's just a quick stop on your road trip. According to the listing, the house is located halfway between Dallas and Oklahoma City.
This getaway is probably the next best thing behind a reboot (sadly all the rumors of the past year have been debunked). The only thing you'll have to worry about it calling dibs on your favorite character's room.
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