- Ashton Kutcher is married to Mila Kunis
- The couple have a rental property together
- THIS is what they are doing with it now
What an offer this is! If you have ever dreamed of checking into an Airbnb owned by a celebrity now is your chance, because you can make a lifelong friendship with Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis, thanks to their new offer! The famous couple announced on an Instagram video on Tuesday that their guesthouse, which is right on the beach in Santa Barbara, California, is available to rent on Airbnb. The website has become to go-to destination for vacation renters. The house was available to book starting Wednesday for a one-night stay, Aug. 19-20. Was it for real?
Ashton and Mila just want to make friends
Ashton commented on the video with this: "I think we should have complete strangers come and stay with us at the beach," while Kunis, sitting next to him, appears surprised. Perhaps the couple didn't talk about it before. "Because it's really nice here and I think people will like it," Ashton said. So what exactly are the details for those who are interested?
According to the listing, the home can sleep four guests and has one bed, a set of bunkbeds and one bathroom. It is close to the beach, and has views of the Santa Ynez mountains. Here is perhaps the best part of the whole thing: Kunis and Kutcher will also be there to greet their guests when the arrive and make sure they have everything for a "fun-filled stay at the beach," according to the listing.
As if that weren't enough, the listing includes provided meals and snacks. Plus, the actors said they will capture content with their guests. It's impossible to pass up an offer like that. Specially since the listing was set at a whopping $0. We still don't know if it has been booked yet.
They are not the first celebrities to list their home on Airbnb. Earlier in August, the actress and Goop founder Gwyneth Paltrow announced she was listing her guesthouse in Montecito as well. But it wasn't free. Mila and Ashton are known for their charitable work in recent times...so maybe they were just trying to be nice to strangers!