Rugby star Lewis Moody invites fans to stay at his home during the World Cup

English rugby legend Lewis Moody is inviting fans to stay at his family home as long as they sing God Save the Queen at 8am every morning. 
He has listed the four bedroom property on Airbnb in time for the Rugby World Cup for £150 a night. 

Guests can live in his house in the Wiltshire town of Bradford-on-Avon for up to one week. The property is a rugby fan’s dream, with a signed England 2003 Rugby World Cup winning shirt and a Lions jacket on display. It also has a huge garden with rugby posts.

His house rules include “No Welsh or All Blacks shirts, no chanting of the Haka and compulsory singing of God Save The Queen at 8am every morning.”

Moody will also be hosting a mini rugby coaching session for visitors in September. It is not every day a listing like this comes along. 


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