Book a cheap dirty weekend away in a multi-million dollar villa….. but there’s a catch

Overlooking a young man sleeping in comfy bed

A home appliance company is giving its customers the chance to book a dirty weekend in a $20 million Sydney villa overlooking Tamarama Beach.

The stay would usually cost $4,000 a night

MACH is offering the property which comes with five bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a home cinema, 25 metre swimming pool, bespoke art and is designed by leading Sydney interiors architect Nina Maya.

But, the experience does come with a warning. It might suck.

So, what’s the catch?

It’s not you that’s dirty…it’s the house.

Guests have to clean up on arrival using the brand new MACH V1 Ultra, the world’s first cordless stick vacuum with a steam mop built in. Guests and their partner can indulge in their vacuuming fantasies.

Enjoy the power of the suction all weekend.

Kitchen: the floors still have remnants from last night’s dinner and will need the Eco-Clean Ozone disinfection technology

Bathroom: from the beach to the bathroom there’s sand everywhere. Time to put the SteamWave technology to the test

Livingroom: from cake to confetti, it looks like someone had a good party! The living room will benefit from the V1 Ultra’s 16,800Pa Powerful Suction Power – just click it on via the Smart LCD Display

Once the cleaning is done, you can live your life in electroluxary.

Gaspar Xie, General Manager at Anker Innovations ANZ said, “We wanted to let Aussies try this premium new technology in one of Australia’s most luxury houses by creating the ultimate Dirty Weekend Away. It’s a bit of fun but the technology is no joke.”

Bookings open on 12 April at for April dates. New bookings will be added each week.

Dates will be available over April and May

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