Private jet from 1970s listed on Airbnb

The Jet Star would have previously carried up to nine passengers

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Private jet listed on Airbnb

This could be the perfect holiday accommodation for travellers fed up of hotels, B&Bs and guesthouses - a former private jet built in the 1970s.

The Jet Star was a first class plane that would have carried up to nine passengers - and owners say it "appears to have crash landed."

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It retains a most of the original features, including a lit up bar area.

The cockpit looks as you would expect, but with the addition of an Xbox with some flight games.

At the back is a double bedroom in the style of a ship's cabin and there is a single bed behind the cockpit as well as a leather sofa, sleeping four in total.

Private jet listed on Airbnb

Room with a view please - the most breathtaking sights you're ever likely to see from a hotel roomThe owners say it would suit a couple or two adults and two children, reports Wales Online.

The cabin and the cockpit are powered by mains electricity but the main body of the former aircraft has the original lighting and is powered by car batteries.

It's more of a 'glamping' experience, with a loo and cold water basin on board the plane but other facilities outside.

Private jet listed on Airbnb

The Jet Star has an outside shared kitchen area with pots, pans and cutlery all provided and the facilities are described as basic and located in a covered BBQ area.

There is a separate building with hot showers and loo and in this building there is a kitchen with basics such as a sink, microwave, fridges, toaster and kettle.

There is also laundry area with a washing machine, dryer and washing lines.

The Jet Star is situated in Redberth, Pembrokeshire and costs £98 per night with Airbnb.

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