Have you ever wanted to live like a Real Housewife? Well, now you can!
Amid the 13th season of The Real Housewives of New York City, former cast member Dorinda Medley is listing the stunning four-bedroom, six-bathroom Berkshires estate where she “made it nice,” the Blue Stone Manor, to two lucky groups as she tours the country promoting her new memoir, Make It Nice.
Reality Blurb can report that two groups of up to four guests will be treated to what is sure to be a memorable experience at Dorinda’s 11,000-square-foot restored Tudor-style estate.
“You don’t have to be a reality television fan to admire the ornately designed halls of Dorinda Medley’s Berkshires estate, Blue Stone Manor. Tucked away in a corner of western Massachusetts, the palatial home — and longtime residence of the RHONY alum — is an 11,000-square-foot estate that boasts beautifully restored century-old detailing, exquisitely adorned spaces for entertaining, and a bold use of pattern and color reflective of the hostess’ signature style,” the press release explained.
Inside the Bluestone Manor, guests will have access to an expansive kitchen and 18 acres of peace and quiet.
“Exceptional spaces like this are meant to be shared,” Dorinda shared. “Come here to toast with friends, old and new, and ‘make it nice’ at Blue Stone Manor.”
Booking begins on Airbnb on Wednesday, August 18, at 12/11c. The two one-night stays will take place on Monday, August 23, and Wednesday, August 25, at a cost of $100 per night.
For those who are not able to book either of the two stays, which are sure to go quick, Dorinda will be hosting an online experience through Airbnb, “Make It Nice and Boozy,” which will be held on Friday, August 27, at 4/3c. It will include a discussion about how to host, aka “make it nice,” as well as an assembly of a signature cocktail.
“Make It Nice and Boozy” will be available to 10 guests and last 60 minutes.
During the guests’ stays, onsite staff will wear masks, practice social distancing, and clean thoroughly.
All proceeds raised will benefit the Ronald McDonald House New York, “a philanthropic organization that provides care, support and services to families battling pediatric cancer and other serious illnesses within its House on East 73rd Street in Manhattan, as well as in partnering hospitals across the New York City five boroughs,” according to the press release.
The Real Housewives of New York City season 13 airs Tuesdays at 9/8c on Bravo.
Photos: Mick Hales
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