A rose is just a rose, but the Bachelor pad? Well, that's another matter entirely.
A two-story Sonoma County, Calif., mansion dubbed the Vineyard Knoll, which the popular ABC reality show used as the backdrop for its upcoming 16th season, can officially be yours—to rent that is.
So what's the going price? And does it come with a Jacuzzi?
Per a listing on Zillow.com, for only $2,100 per night, fans of the The Bachelor and The Bachelorette can romance their mate in the very setting that will see more than 18 lovely ladies vie over the next several months for the heart of winemaking bachelor (and former Bachelorette suitor) Ben Flajnik.
The Glen Ellen, Calif.-based property sports a six-bedroom, 4 1/2-bathroom residence with 4,800 square feet of living space that sleeps 12 comfortably and features a family room, kitchen that looks out over a manicured courtyard, library, dining room and living room complete with baby grand piano.
The Vineyard Knoll Estate features stunning views of the valley and surrounding vineyards as well as a stunning pool and, yes, hot tub.
A weeklong stay costs $13,225, while a month-long sojourn in SoCal's beautiful Santa Monica Mountains is going for a whopping $35,225.
The residence, however, is a departure from The Bachelor and Bachelorette's normal digs, Villa de la Vina (pictured below), a stucco-walled, six-bedroom Spanish affair that served as the setting for the series and its spinoff for the last several years. That abode most recently sold in 2010 for $1.7 million.
—Reporting by Claudia Rosenbaum