Most of the royals keep the inside of their house private for the most of their lives. But for those who want to taste the inside of the royal house can look up to the below mentioned royal places which you can take on rent. One of these royal houses includes Castle of Mey in Scotland and in this house, the mother of queen lived from 1952 to 1966. You need to pay $65,000 per visit to this house.
Castle of Mey, Scotland
Queen Elizabeth lived in the Castle of Mey from 1952 to 1966 and after that, The Queen Mother gifted it to a trust. There is a three-bedroom cottage also known as “Captain’s House” where the guests can stay. This house is detached from the Castle and provides luxurious facilities to the visitors. Previously, it was known as “Seaview House” and according to reports, it hosted the picnic lunch of Queen’s mother.
The castle is opened in the holidays for the visitors and a long weekend stay at the castle will cost $65,000.
Llwynywermod Estate, Wales
The castle is located at Llwynywermod and the residence of The Prince of Wales. Visitors will find plenty of facilities here like electricity from the renewable energy source and hot water from the boiler. If you are planning to visit the castle, you need to pay $1,250 for the seven-night visit. And if you are a dog lover, you can bring up the maximum of two dogs with you and the charges are $40 per dog.
Sandringham is the antique part of the Royal history as it remained with the royal family for 4 generations. According to the reports, this castle was known as the best place for the queen’s stay. A visit to Sandringham will give you an opportunity to live in three different places – Motorhome Club site, Garden House, and the Home of Head Gardener. Total expense to live at this castle for one week is $1,150.
During the visit to Sandringham, visitors will also get an opportunity to visit Park House Hotel. The hotel was the childhood home of Diana but back in 1983, she offered it to Leonard Cheshire Disability as a hotel for disabled people.
Osborne House, Isle of Wight
According to Queen Victoria, it was impossible to have a prettier place than Osborne House. Nowadays, it is under English Heritage and people come here to celebrate picnics. However, no visitor is allowed to stay inside the house and only Royals can stay there. Don’t worry, there are two spots where the visitors can stay – Sovereign’s Gate Holiday Cottages & the Pavilion Cottage.
For a three nights visit, you need to pay $600 but the rate may vary depending upon the time of year.
Les Jolies Eaux, Mustique
The castle well known for the parties Prince Margaret threw in her 80’s. You can enjoy your own parties here by renting the castle starting at $36,000 per week. Back in 1973, Margaret received the Mustique as a wedding gift from her friend Colin Tennant. And then she furnished it.
The castle had gained a lot of fame as the sister of Queen Elizabeth had an affair with the gardener which was 17 years junior to her at this castle. The total area of Les Jolies is 10 acres and has five well-furnished bedrooms as well. There are two swimming pools having a height of 16 feet and 40 feet.
In low season, you can rent the villa at $22,000 per week and in summer the price goes up to $44,650 per week. These prices do not include food charges as visitors have to pay extra $79 per day for food items. The food presented at the castle is cooked by Judi Duncan – a chef who is cooking food at the villa for a decade.
Rosersberg Palace, Sweden
The palace was built in 1630 by the Oxenstiernas – a noble Swedish family. The palace was given the status of Royal Palace in the 18th century when it was presented as a gift to Karl XIII. You can stay at the palace at $181 per night.