Real Housewives of New York Fans Can Now Book a Stay at Blue Stone Manor


For fans of the Real Housewives of New York, there is probably no home more iconic than Dorinda Medley’s Blue Stone Manor. From the time she joined the cast during season 7 to her departure after last year’s season 12, the seven bedroom Tudor-style mansion was the site of many a drama-filled weekend getaway with mainstay cast members Luann de Lesseps, Ramona Singer, and Sonja Morgan, and the other ladies who have come and gone over the years.

Dorinda Medley in the living room of Blue Stone Manor.

Now, Bravo fans have the chance to spend the night in the place where season 12 newcomer Leah McSweeney brought home a bartender, where de Lesseps flat out refused to sleep in the “fish room,” and where Morgan famously screamed at the other ladies not to touch “the f—ing Morgan letters.”

When booking opens on August 18 at noon ET on, two groups of up to four guests will be able to reserve the home for one night each (August 23 and August 25, respectively) for a cost of $100 per night. For fans who get shut out of booking a stay or who don’t want to travel to the “Bezerkshires,” as it has been affectionately dubbed on RHONY, there will also be an hour-long Online Experience hosted by Medley on August 27 at 4pm ET, available to book at the same time. Up to ten guests will be able to participate in the virtual cocktail hour and discussion, and proceeds will benefit the Ronald McDonald House New York.

The library.

The redecorated fish room, which previously featured a large taxidermy fish.

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Fortunately or unfortunately, the aforementioned iconic fish room is no longer intact, as it was redecorated when Medley gave the decor a refresh in 2019 after a pipe burst and caused flooding which damaged the home. Not long after that, AD toured the home, which Medley and her interior designer, Marshall Watson, outfitted in the eclectic, colorful style she called “Marilyn Monroe meets Frankenstein.”

Medley will not be at Blue Stone Manor when the guests arrive. Instead, she’ll be off promoting her forthcoming memoir, Make It Nice.

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