DYERSVILLE, Iowa - The farmhouse in Dyersville, Iowa, at the filming location of the 1989 movie "Field of Dreams" is now available for nightly rentals.
The Telegraph Herald reported that renters will have access to the baseball field that's carved out of a cornfield and can sleep in the home featured in the Kevin Costner film.
Owner Denise Stillman told the Telegraph Herald people have been asking to stay overnight there for years.
"I've gotten tons of people asking me when they can stay the night," she said in the report. "I finally broke."
Stillman said she was approached by Booking.com for a partnership to promote the offer.
According to the Booking.com listing, guests will receive a gift basket with a Field of Dreams Movie Site Rawlings baseball, a bottle of wine with a picnic tablecloth to enjoy in center field and a DVD of the movie.
Guests will have to share the field with tourists until the site closes at night.
KCRG-TV reported that nightly rentals are going for more than $2,000 per night.
"It really is a surreal experience to wake up and see the field in the morning," Stillman said.
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