If you’re a fan of Downton Abbey and thought that kind of lifestyle was of a bygone era, you’re mistaken. Masterpiece Estates by Oetker Collection is here to provide the exact experience that used to be limited to the blue bloods of the world. For a pretty penny, these five stately manors come fully staffed and can provide an itinerary filled with activities that even Lady Mary Crawley would approve. Glen Affric Estate, Scotland This gorgeous Victorian lodge in the Scottish Highlands is owned by David Matthews, Pippa Middleton's father-in-law. Apart from hosts such as James Middleton, the younger brother of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and Pippa, the beautiful property is surrounded by 10,000 acres of wilderness and offers an abundance of activities such as clay pigeon shooting, fishing, pony and horse trekking, and local whisky and gin tasting. 5 high society hotel stays for a grand Downton Abbey getaway Prices start at £7,000 (US$8,638) plus tax per night and include all meals, a housekeeper, chef, a beauty therapist for massages and facials, two gamekeepers and housekeeping staff. For £1,000 more you can book a host to introduce you to the property. 4 luxury concierges that offer exclusive experiences to members Kinross House, Scotland History buffs will love the fact this estate overlooks Loch Leven, which includes Loch Leven Castle – the same fortress where Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned and forced to abdicate the Scottish throne in the 16th century. The hundred-acre property is surrounded by gorgeous gardens and woodlands, and the manor is considered the “most beautiful and regular piece of architecture in Scotland”. Kinross House can house up to 28 guests and provide golfing days at St Andrews, clay pigeon shooting, archery, falconry and fishing, and boating trips to Loch Leven. There is also a boutique spa on the premises. Prices start from £9,300 (US$11,473) a night during low season, for up to nine guests, and includes daily breakfast and beverages. It’s better to finalise your itinerary with the host and management before your stay since many of the activities and meals cost more. Inside the new private club Soho House in Sheung Wan Hound Lodge, England Seventy-seven kilometres from Gatwick airport is Goodwood House. Home to the Goodwood Festival of Speed, Goodwood Revival, and the Glorious Goodwood horse race meetings, the air of competition is in the soil. As the home of the world’s first significant foxhunt, the refurbished kennels of Hound Lodge was once considered the most luxurious dog house in the world. The Duke of Richmond treated his hounds better than humans, installing central heating for them here 100 years before the residents of Goodwood House enjoyed such treatment. For £10,000 (US$12,343), the 10-bedroom lodge can house up to 20 and includes breakfast and dinner and use of its pool, gym, sauna and tennis courts. A chef, butler and housekeeping staff are included in the price, but golf, spa treatments, wine tastings and other activities will cost extra. Meghan Markle is a fan of gong bathing – but what is it? Farleigh Wallop, England Ripped straight from the pages of a Jane Austen novel, this estate in Hampshire is pretty as a picture. This historical estate has been owned by the same family since the 15th century and once entertained Queen Elizabeth I and frequently hosted poet and politician Lord Byron during his lifetime. There is an impressive main dining room where you can dress up in your dinner jacket and sit down to a sumptuous dinner for up to 23 people. There is a delightful rose garden for guests to take a turn at their leisure. Prices start at £5,000 (US$6,172) for up to 10 people, and additional guests cost £275 per night plus tax. Additional facilities include horse riding, pheasant and partridge shooting, archery and falconing on the estate. Ice skating, fly fishing and hot air ballooning can be arranged near the grand house. In need of an ultra-luxe Hong Kong staycation? We have you covered Cowdray House, England This grand Tudor house in West Sussex has housed iconic figures such as King Henry VIII and Queen Elizabeth I within its walls. In 1973, a devastating fire took hold of the property, creating extensive damage but rising from the ashes is a historical building with modern lifestyle amenities. All 11 bedrooms are en suite and equipped with Wi-fi, television and Nespresso machines. View this post on Instagram Lauraine and Ross’s wedding yesterday at Cowdray House was beautiful and elegant with white, apricot and blue seasonal flowers, mint green @esteranderik candles with glass candlesticks and our @williamyeoward low crystal candelabra on the top table. Congratulations Lauraine and Ross! . jacarandacatering @phernlatte thank you for the with the candles lit! . . . #cowdrayhouse #cowdrayhousewedding #wedding flowers #weddingbanquet #julywedding #thisflorallife #nofloralfoam #sustainablefloristrymidhurst A post shared by Karen Watson (@thisflorallife) on Jul 28, 2019 at 12:37am PDT If it’s possible to outdo the Granthams at Downton, it’s the high-vaulted ceilings of Buck Hall, and the capacity to throw a formal reception among stunning stained-glass windows. Activities on the property include polo, golf, fly fishing, croquet and wildlife trails. Prices start from £10,916 (US$13,476) plus taxes, and include an operation manager, housekeeping staff and a butler on request. Want more stories like this? Sign up here . Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter.