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The Queen has just put one of her homes on Airbnb (yes, really)

You can live out your royal fantasies for £237 per night

Written by
Ellie Muir

Ever wanted to live like a royal for the night? Well, we’ve got good news: the Queen has opened up the Sandringham estate to holidaymakers on Airbnb. The four-bedroom property, named Garden House, was formerly home to Liz’s head gardener – and costs between £237 and £354 per night.

The house sleeps up to eight, and is the closest property to Sandringham House itself. It’s furnished with pieces from the Royal Collection that were once used in the royal residence.

If you cough up more than £200 a night, you can enjoy a quintessential countryside lifestyle with an Aga oven, a separate dining room, reception room and lounge overlooking the garden. And right on its doorstep? The Sandringham café and coffee shop and the country park, which the listing describes as perfect for children.

The Sandringham estate in Norfolk is one of the country residences of the Queen, whose father George VI and grandfather George V both died there. The main house, in middle of the 20,000-acre estate, is usually where the royal family spend Christmas.

You can find out more about the property and book a stay here.

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