Every Thanksgiving, people turn to Martha Stewart for guidance on everything from table settings to recipes.
This year, a lucky pair can ask her for tips in person. The lifestyle mogul will welcome up to two guests to her Bedford, New York, farm for an overnight visit later this month through Booking.com.
“Thanksgiving has always been one of my favorite holidays to celebrate, which is why I’m excited to be Booking.com’s newest host and welcome guests to my Bedform farm for a Thanksgiving-inspired stay ahead of the big day,” Stewart said in a news release.
Prospective guests can make their reservation via the booking platform’s website on a first-come, first-served basis starting Nov. 16 at noon EST.
When is the stay?
The stay will take place from Nov. 18-19.
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What can guests expect?
Those who nab the booking will be put up in the over 150-acre property’s Tenant House, which has two bedrooms and bathrooms. The itinerary – curated by the home entertainment expert – includes brunch with Stewart prepared by Thomas Joseph, executive vice president of culinary at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia and a James Beard Award winner, and a tour of the grounds with her Head Gardener Ryan McCallister.
Guests will get a crash course in Thanksgiving preparation with Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia’s Executive Vice President and Executive Director of Design Kevin Sharkey, who will give a table-setting and wreath-making demo and share advice.
They’ll also leave with signed copies of Stewart’s cookbooks and other Thanksgiving “goodies,” according to the release. Guests have to be 21 or older, provide a photo ID and are subject to security screening before entering the property.
How much will the stay cost?
The stay will cost $11.23, a nod to the holiday. The price includes accommodations, meals and airport transfers, though guests will be responsible for the cost of their travel.
Nathan Diller is a consumer travel reporter for USA TODAY based in Nashville. You can reach him at [email protected].