TV chef Gordon Ramsay has put his £2 million holiday home in Cornwall up for rent, with a weekly price tag of between £3,525 and £7,000.
The grade II listed building sleeps eight to 10 people.
It occupies the former Lloyds Bank on Fore Street in Fowey, which Ramsay has spent the last year doing up. It comes with a waterside terrace, velvet sofas, a designer kitchen and sea-views.
A listing on the Boutique Retreats website describes the property as “seriously chic, Trevail House is the ultimate glamorous coastal retreat.”
The listing highlights the house’s waterfront location and incredible views.
“The moment you shut the door behind you, you’ll leave your worries behind,” it states. “Breathe in the beautifully-scented sea air and soak in the calm – set over three floors, expect gorgeous interiors, incredible facilities, plenty of space and a fabulously sun-drenched garden.”
Holidaymakers can venture to the town of Fowey, which has artisanal and independent shops, restaurants and a host of activities such as kayaking, hiring a boat or exploring the South West Coastal path.
According to the Mirror, Ramsay had a fight on his hands to get the refurbishment up and running, with planning officers initially insisting the ground floor had to stay as a shop.
Permission was finally granted with one condition – that the work on the property started within three years of the planning approval being given.
The 51-year-old has spent more than £10 million on property in Cornwall over the past few years, buying three properties in Rock and Fowey since 2015.
Gordon – who is worth an estimated £133 million – is currently building a multi-million pound home at Rock.