Britain’s King Charles plans to open up some royal properties to the public, but some are already available for rent, including places on royal estates such as the Castle of Mey (above) in the far north of Scotland. Photo: Shutterstock
Britain’s King Charles plans to open up some royal properties to the public, but some are already available for rent, including places on royal estates such as the Castle of Mey (above) in the far north of Scotland. Photo: Shutterstock
Tourism

Vacation rentals on British royal estates, from Sandringham to a Scottish castle to Transylvania in Romania

  • Live like a king at Garden House on the Sandringham estate where the late Queen Elizabeth spent Christmas or Captain’s House at her mother’s favourite castle
  • For something more rural, why not rent a barn conversion on a Welsh farm or a cottage in a hamlet in Transylvania, Romania, where King Charles stayed in May?

Britain’s King Charles plans to open up some royal properties to the public, but some are already available for rent, including places on royal estates such as the Castle of Mey (above) in the far north of Scotland. Photo: Shutterstock
Britain’s King Charles plans to open up some royal properties to the public, but some are already available for rent, including places on royal estates such as the Castle of Mey (above) in the far north of Scotland. Photo: Shutterstock
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