Stay at Love Island’s luxury villa with pool, spa and butler from £430 a night

Love Island bosses found a brand new villa for the second ever series of the winter version of the show.

As islanders headed in the villa last week, fans saw a luxury residence but with the classic Love Island touches including the colourful bean bags, sun loungers and famous dressing room all prepped and ready.

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The beach hut has also been set up in a room ready for the islanders to spill all their secrets to the producers – while the hideaway is already set up and rearing to go.

But that's a far cry from what the villa usually looks like, with butlers available and a luxury spa on site, and you can rent it out when the series comes to an end.

The Winter Love Island villa has reportedly cost a whopping £1.2million to rent out for five months, and it does cost a pretty penny per night too.

The Ludus Magnus estate in Franschhoek – near Cape Town – prices up at £430 per night, according to Booking.com – and drop to £326 per night out of peak season.

But that's just for one basic double room – reports claim the entire Manor House costs a whopping £8,000 per day to rent out.

The full estate comprises of 8 Manor House rooms and three-bedroomed en-suite villas available to hire too.

Breakfast is served daily at the Manor House with the option of a private chef on request – there is also a butler on standby for any particularly special requests.

The estate also has its own private spa with guests able to book a treatment and then spent time relaxing by the pool should they wish.

The giant pool can be seen on TV each night with the T-shape feature often appearing in various scenes for the show – and with an idyllic view of the mountains ahead it's the prime location to relax.

Inside the location all kinds of luxury rooms can be found, with the huge villa often playing host to weddings with the possibility of 34 guests staying.

But at the moment it's playing host to hot singles ready to find the person of their dreams – and face various challenges in the process.

The villa is currently booked up to the 8th April to allow time for it to get put back into shape after the Love Island final.

It is then available to book once again from Sunday, April 9.

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