Abbey Road Road Studios will welcome four visitors for an overnight stay with Grammy-winning producer, Mark Ronson.

Airbnb is offering a chance to spend one night at Abbey Road Studios.

According to CNN, a competition winner and three guests will join the singer and producer in the famous studio on October 15.

Airbnb has launched a contest in which you have to visit the Airbnb listing on October 6 and tell them about a song "you feel passionate about that was recorded at Abbey Road and why you would have loved to have been there," Ronson said in an interview.

In an interview released by CNN, Ronson is referred to be the "natural fit" for the Abbey Road event since he knows the place, and that he can also give a great production tip on how to make sound work in the recording session.

Business Insider UK added that the winners will be given an opportunity to tour and have full access of the studio.

"This will include a chance to play on The Beatles' piano (with cigarette burns that date back to the recordings of "The White Album"), to mix a track on the world's largest mixing board, and to even record a song with the help of Ronson."

According to James McClure, Airbnb's General Manager for Northern Europe, it is nearly unimaginable to get inside the Abbey Road Studios, unless you are a music artist.

"This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for a music lover to cross its threshold and unearth thousands of stories that live within its walls," he ended.

Here are the particular "house rules" of the studio

  • Turn it up to 11 - we've got good soundproofing.
  • If you catch nostalgia, don't worry. It's not contagious.
  • No smoking near the Moog.
  • If the phone rings, a standard "Hello, it's me" will do.
  • No matter what happens, just ... let it be.
  • Don't go chasing pavements.
  • Leave your mark.