The Crown’s Windsor Castle on Airbnb


You Can Now Stay In The Castle From "The Crown" On Airbnb With Royal High Teas And Grand Dinners

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If you’re a fan of Netflix’s royal historical drama The Crown, you’ll know that setting in the series was simply breathtaking and often made you want to live the royal life for yourself.

You Can Now Stay In The Castle From "The Crown" On Airbnb With Royal High Teas And Grand Dinners

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Now your daydreams can come true, because Belvoir Castle in England, which served as the set for Windsor Castle in the series, is now opening its doors for everybody to stay a night.

You Can Now Stay In The Castle From "The Crown" On Airbnb With Royal High Teas And Grand Dinners

Helena Bonham Carter, as Princess Margaret, standing outside Belvoir Castle.
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To experience this once-in-a-life-time staycation, it will cost you around ฿10,000 ( ~USD330) per night for 2 guests maximum.


Guests will be pampered like royals


You Can Now Stay In The Castle From "The Crown" On Airbnb With Royal High Teas And Grand Dinners

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Once there, guests will get to enjoy the Belvoir Castle’s traditional high tea that is said to have originated in the late 19th century.

You Can Now Stay In The Castle From "The Crown" On Airbnb With Royal High Teas And Grand Dinners

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All guests will stay the luxurious King’s Suite in the castle, which was originally built for royalty – it is the grandest and most lavish room in the castle. 

You Can Now Stay In The Castle From "The Crown" On Airbnb With Royal High Teas And Grand Dinners

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Come dinnertime, guests will get a chance to feast at the grand dining room – so you better pack the fanciest dress with you. 


Exclusive stay only for this holiday season


The room will be open for booking on 10am (EST), which will be 10pm here in Thailand, on 20th December 2019 on Airbnb

We suggest being quick because the castle will only be hosting one-night-only stays on 3 separate dates: 31st December 2019, and 11th and 25th January 2020.


The money will go to charity


The castle’s owner, Emma Manners, The Duchess of Rutland, said the money from these stays will be donated to Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People. 

How marvellous – you can enjoy this royal-level treatment for a good cause. But, of course, keep your eyes on the clock if you’re really keen to have this amazing experience. Good luck! 


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