Get a taste of what it’s like to live like a king or queen during this special opportunity. A house on Queen Elizabeth Sandringham Estate in Norfolk recently went up for rent on Airbnb.
The British royal family is usually associated with some pretty regal real estate. However, a collection of beautiful properties was acquired by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II when she inherited the throne from her father, King George VI, during her impressive 70-year reign, as well as stately homes now occupied by extended royal family members. Discover the secrets of the royals’ private homes, from Buckingham Palace to Windsor Castle, Sandringham, and Balmoral.
Four-bedroom House on Sandringham Estate, listed by Norfolk Hideaways, is closest to Sandringham House, where the royal family spends Christmas and New Year each year. The former head gardener of the queen lived in Garden House as well.
Prince William and Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, likewise reside on the estate. Queen Elizabeth gifted them the 10-room Anmer Corridor after they married in 2011, as per Individuals.
The royal family had claimed the estate beginning around 1862 when it was bought as a present to Prince Albert for his 21st birthday, as indicated by the estate’s authentic site.
The block house, depicted on Airbnb as a “beguiling hideout,” can have up to eight individuals and three canines and “is about an enthusiasm for nature and the wonderful nurseries it sits inside.” The entirety of the furnishings and pictures in the house were once housed in a royal residence, the posting says, and the two-story home has a lot of room to unwind. A casual nursery close to the house has a cleared deck region and charcoal grill.
Visitors will be inside strolling distance of the estate’s guests’ middle, the Sandringham lounge and café, a historical center, and the almost 500-section of land country park, as indicated by the Airbnb posting. In addition, the North Norfolk sea shores and quintessentially English towns are a short drive away.
Visitors should move quickly to book a stay; dates are now topped off through February 2024. Furthermore, remaining there will include some significant disadvantages of about £364, more than $400, an evening.