James Haskell and his wife Chloe Madeley have listed their property on Airbnb during the Rugby World Cup – which kicks off on Friday, September 30.
Available to book from Monday, September 23, the cost to stay for a two-day period with use of two bedrooms is £400.
Haskell and Madeley will be donating the money raised to Sebastian’s Action Trust – a charity that supports seriously-ill children.
Speaking about the one-off opportunity, James said: “I am so thrilled to be offering a unique opportunity to fans in the UK who can’t make it all the way to Japan for the rugby. It has always been really important to Chloe and I that our house is a space that enables us to relax and spend quality time together, in between our busy lifestyles – we hope that guests will love it just as much as we do!”
Whoever books a stay gets access to 90 per cent of the home which sports rugby memorabilia from Haskell’s long and distinguished career which includes two spells at Wasps, 77 England caps, a British and Irish Lions tour as well as spells playing rugby in Japan, France and New Zealand.