You don't need the celebrity bank balance to stay in a luxurious holiday home. Holiday home insurance specialists, Schofields have compiled the celebrity holiday homes you can stay in and they are not as expensive as you may think!

Get together with your family and friends for a luxury holiday where you can relax like the stars. All prices per person, per week are based on maximum occupancy and maximum rental cost.

Live like screen icon Elizabeth Taylor at the Casa Elizabeth Luxury Estate in Palm Springs, California. The historic home, features the photographs of the star, oil paintings and priceless possessions. Sleeping up to 8 people it features a fabulous fireplace, pool, spa and stunning views. Price per person per week for this property is £372.

Legendary entertainer Merv Griffin's La Quinta, California home is perfect for those who love to live it up in luxury. The 39-acre, 13 bedroom equestrian compound called The Merv Griffin Estate is set against the Santa Rosa Mountains and features an infinity pool, sun terraces and your own private pond for paddle boating. Sleeping up to 20 people the price per person per week is £ 1,375.

Originally owned by silver screen actor Orson Wells, the estate sitting above Sunset Boulevard in the Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles has a luxurious lagoon pool and Jacuzzi along with stunning views of Hollywood. A number of other stars have also lived at this impressive property including; Rita Hayworth, Frank Sinatra, Barbara Streisand and David Bowie. The house has 4 bedrooms, sleeping 8 people and costs £455 per person per week.

The Rubber House, in Accord New York, was once owned by Oscar winner Willem Defoe and is known as a creative retreat. It has views over private meadows and woods, features a vaulted glass chef's kitchen, studio, a 'writer's tower' and floor to ceiling windows. The accommodation comprises of 2 bedrooms, which sleeps up to 4 guests and costs £586 per person per week to stay there.

The ultimate island getaway, Necker Island, Richard Branson's 'home away from home', in the Caribbean is the perfect for a truly celebrity experience. The island, which is a popular spot for celebrities and their entourage, offers a wide range of activities for guests in the stunning setting in the British Virgin Islands. The islands' accommodation can sleep up to 30 guests and will set you back £9,928 per person per week.

Nestled between the Sheraton San Diego Hotel and the Hilton in Harbor Island, the 46 foot motor yacht Ohana Pacific was once chartered by chart topping boy band One Direction. The yacht is fully equipped kitchen for entertaining and living the celebrity lifestyle. With two bedrooms and two bathrooms, sleeping up to 6 people the price per person per week is a reasonable £144.

The Stargroves Japanese-style beachfront villa in Mustique was once owned by rocker Mick Jagger. Made up of six pavilions connected by elevated walkways the villa has a tennis court, a large outdoor pool and hot tub, along with stunning views of the Caribbean. It sleeps up to 10 people and costs £1,244 per person per week.

The Lucky House in Parrot Cay, Turks and Caicos, owned by Model Christy Brinkley, has a 45-foot long infinity pool, decking area for sunbathing and a beachside fire pit. The tropical getaway offers guest services and on-site activities for guests to keep busy. It has 3 bedrooms and sleeps up to 6 with the price per person per week £4,544.

Set in the rolling countryside of Florence Il Palagio, a stunning 16th century villa, is owned by Trudie Styler and Sting. It has a large swimming pool, tennis court and lake for swimming, the villa itself, surrounding properties and estate is available to hire for weddings, corporate events, and holiday rentals. In total it can sleep up to 50 guests. The price per person per week for this property is £183.

Meadowgate, in Welcombe, Devon is owned by TV presenter and interior designer Kirstie Allsopp. The house is filled with Kirstie's inspired home-made crafts, a classic Aga cooker, cosy living rooms and log fires. It sleeps up to 14 guests and would cost £248 per person per week.

Phil Schofield of Schofields Insurance said "For those who would like to see what it's like to live the celebrity lifestyle, even if it's just for a week, it is actually possible. Renting a property owned or once owned by a celebrity is not as unattainable as you think. From as little as £144 per person per week you too can enjoy the little luxuries in life."

He added "Obviously some places such as Necker Island, owned by Richard Branson would be a once in a lifetime holiday for most people, however as you can see there are a number of properties which are much more affordable for a week's holiday. And you get to enjoy it with friends and family, making it a once in a life time experience."

Holiday Like The Stars

Holiday Like The Stars

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