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Want to feel like one of the rich and famous?

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Every once in a while it's good to get away from your own reality and substitute it with a different one. Rich and famous (men) tend grow long beards, and look like a bum, well, at least that's what I have gathered from the media. Some of them also want to flee the civilization and live under some rock for a bit (even though, let's be honest, their rocks might look like our castles). But if you're not one of the rich and famous, you might want to experience their life, for just a bit, and at least to some extent. And a good way to do that is by staying at holiday homes of real celebrities. Schofields Insurance has made a list of a few holiday homes that are either owned by celebrities right now, or have been in the past.

For example, you have the chance to stay at Willem Dafoe's unusual holiday home in Accord, New York. Or why not Richard Branson's place in British Virgin Islands. Some other options include Mick Jagger's Japanese-style beachfront villa, Sting's 16th century villa in Florence, France, and a few more.

The best part about it is that renting a celebrity holiday home for a week doesn't necessarily assume a celebrity wallet. The weekly price per person starts at GBP 144 (the boy band One Direction's 36 foot yacht) and ends (well, at least in this list) with GBP 9928 (Richard Branson's home away from home). For everything in between, be sure to read some more here and see the infographic below.




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