Win a night at Abbey Road Studios – Airbnb has launched a competition for four lucky guests to stay overnight at London's legendary Abbey Road Studios. Their host on October 15 will be local boy and Grammy-winning record producer Mark Ronson.
Studio 3 – Guests will be staying in Studio 3, where Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon" was born and Amy Winehouse made her last recording, a duet with Tony Bennett.
In bed with Mark Ronson – The last time a bed was in here was when John and Yoko made themselves comfy in 1969. This time round, Ronson has provided the bed himself.
Where the magic happens – Guests will be able to play The Beatles' piano, still marked with cigarette burns dating back to the recording of "The White Album."
Pedestrian crossing – Most visitors to the area get no farther than recreating the iconic cover of The Beatles "Abbey Road" album. Even scoring a tour of the studios is very tricky.
Paul and John in 1963 – Paul McCartney and John Lennon, pictured here recording with The Beatles in 1963, are just one of many stars to have recorded here. Others include Mick Jagger, Frank Ocean and Adele.