EVER dreamed of living your vacation like a real celebrity? Well, it turns out you can.
This week we revealed that Jamie and Rebecca Vardy are renting out their luxury villa in an exclusive Portuguese golf resort.
The couple’s “sanctuary” has three pools, a gym, sauna, steam room and six bedrooms.
They have been renting out the property for several years.
But the stunning Vardy Villa isn’t the only celebrity hideout you can stay at – provided you’re on a very good budget.
Here we take a look at glamorous celebrity vacation homes available to mere mortals with loads of cash.
David Bowie Mustique Mansion
Price: £72,000 per week.
Designed and built by the legendary rock star, Mandalay is a five-bedroom mansion set on 6.2 acres on the Caribbean island of Mustique.
Each bedroom has its own veranda leading directly to the stunning infinity pool overlooking the Caribbean Sea.
There is also a games room, tumbling waterfalls, a two-level carp pond, and a dining pavilion.
The house has a personal chef and a staff of 10, and true Bowie fans can even hang out in the star’s recording studio.
Sting and Trudy Styler’s Italian Villa
Price: £103,000 per week.
Il Palagio is a stunning 16th-century villa in Figline Valdarno, Italy, where the Fields of Gold singer and his wife spend their summers.
In 1999, the couple bought a historic property in disrepair and renovated it to a level of luxury.
Located in the Chianti region, 45 minutes from Florence, the villa boasts nine double rooms, including a master bedroom where the rock legend and his wife stay when they are out of town.
There are also five guest houses in the beautiful grounds, which means that the entire property accommodates 49 people and can be rented for events of up to 400 people.
It has a scenic pool, lake and tennis court, as well as concierge services for guests.
Richard Branson’s private island
Price: £128,000 per night. (small groups can book a minimum of 10 rooms at £4,000 per night per room)
Necker Island in the British Virgin Islands, the perfect retreat, is owned by millionaire Richard Branson and has hosted Kate Winslet, Harry Styles, Maria Carey and even Barack and Michelle Obama.
Guests on the island, which can accommodate up to 48 people, are looked after by an army of full-time employees, including a personal chef, and they can use several pools, two beaches and a tennis court.
The 10-bedroom Balinese-style Branson Villa overlooks the beach and each bedroom has open walls for stunning 360-degree views.
The icing on the cake is the cable car that will take you from the terrace to the beach. Just wow.
Paradise Island by David Copperfield
Price: from £45,300 per night.
If you want a truly magical getaway, you can find worse than the 700-acre Musha Cay owned by illusionist David Copperfield.
Guests of the five tropical-style guest houses also have access to a private speedboat, jet skis, bicycles and a full-size tennis court.
There’s even a gym and an open-air cinema called Dave’s Drive-In.
Leonardo DiCaprio House in Palm Springs
Price: from 3500 pounds per night.
The Oscar-winning actor’s home in Palm Springs is located in a 1.3-acre desert oasis and is considered “exceptionally private.”
Built by famed architect Donald Wexler, the mansion has six bedrooms and seven and a half bathrooms, though we’re not sure what happened to the other half.
The living room has a cocktail bar and a grand piano where you can have a great evening.
There is also a separate guest house, tennis court and swimming pool.
Mick Jagger’s Caribbean Refuge
Price: From £3,400 per night.
If you want to spend the night together at the home of a Rolling Stones singer, you can rent Stargroves on the exclusive Mustique Island.
Overlooking the picturesque L’Ansecoy Bay, this Japanese-style beachfront residence consists of seven pavilions nestled in coconut groves with a small stream flowing through landscaped gardens.
The home accommodates 10 people and includes a pool and gym, an office, a game room with media lounge, and a dining pavilion.
Stargroves tenants also get access to a jeep to get around the island, as well as a staff of six, including a chef-trained butler.
Sanctuary of Donna Karan
Price: from £36,500 per night.
The Sanctuary is the best place to rent villas in the Caribbean. This is a private seafront wellness center in the Parrot Cay area of the Turks and Caicos Islands, once owned by American fashion guru Donna Karan (of DKNY fame).
The guesthouses are designed by a renowned designer, with cedar-clad walls, teak furniture, walnut floors, and limestone bathrooms adorned with antiques and decorations from Karan’s travels.
The homes overlook a private beach and stunning gardens, and boast two private dining areas and a sun deck surrounding a large infinity pool overlooking the Caribbean Sea.
There is also butler service and a two-story yoga area.