After the video, “we just got flooded for two days, three days, everything got booked,”…

“It was difficult for me because people were just getting validated if they complained about their pain,” Barongi explained of the response to the late January video. “People were getting frustrated since it appeared like the calendar was open, but someone else had booked it right before they could press the button.”

The two-story barn featured in the clip costs $900 per night and is only available to one booking of up to five guests at a time. Barongi claimed he received one to two bookings per week before the video, but since its popularity, he’s been completely booked for the rest of the year.