TAKE That fans are now able to stay at Gary Barlow’s luxury former home in Cuddington, after the large manor house was listed on Airbnb.

But groups wanting a taste of the popstar life will have to be prepared to fork out more than £2,000 per night to stay there.

The country manor house, Delamere Manor, was sold by the Take That star in 2006 and has since been used as a top-range wedding venue.

Delamere Manor sits among a 100-acre site, with its own six-acre private lake.

Northwich Guardian:

Delamere Manor's private six-acre lake is available for boat rides for guests

It’s listed on Airbnb as having five bedrooms, with six beds, but being able to cater for up to 14 guests with extra beds if needed.

Based on 14 people staying there for five nights in July, the cost would be £2,020 per night, plus an extra £1,563 ‘service fee’, totalling £11,663.

Local businesswoman Michelle Stubbs, who bought the property from the signer-songwriter in a deal worth around £7.25 million, has now listed the property on Airbnb, stating that the property has undergone a ‘dramatic transformation’.

Northwich Guardian:

One of the five spacious bedrooms at Gary Barlow's former home Delamere Manor

Michelle writes on Airbnb: “This former residence of the powerful Wilbraham family and more recently the musician and songwriter Gary Barlow is now privately owned and has undergone a dramatic transformation over recent years providing a classic yet contemporary manor house.

Delamere Manor has three reception rooms, six “classic contemporary” bedrooms, chic function rooms and a nightclub. Guests have access to the Manor House, nightclub and immediate grounds and lake.

Northwich Guardian:

An outside terrace at Delamere Manor

“As we have a team of event planners on hand we can be in as little or as much contact as needed!

“We can organise for any number of ideas from a simple dinner for 12 with personal chef and waiting on staff, cocktail masterclass evening to a full party for 100 people!!! (Additional costs apply!)”

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