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A cottage on the Queen’s Balmoral estate

The Queen’s now-famous holiday home in Balmoral is steeped in royal history and the likes of Prince Charles, Princess Diana and their sons have all stayed at the residence.

Self-confessed regal fans will be pleased to learn that a handful of quaint cottages are available to rent on a weekly basis in the grounds. Connachat Cottage for instance, offers accommodation for up to six people and boasts a traditional decor from a stand-alone bathtub to a log fire fit for a Queen. Book now. [Photo: Getty]

Fit for a Queen: The royal residences you can spend the night at

Danielle Fowler
Freelance Writer

From the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s royal wedding to the highly-anticipated birth of Prince Louis, the British royal family has undoubtedly reignited the nation’s love of pomp and pageantry.

Yet in recent weeks, it seems the patriotic flag-waving enthusiasm has come to a standstill.

As we patiently await Princess Eugenie’s autumn nuptials, self-confessed royal fans are admittedly unsure as to how to continue the regal celebrations.

But fear not, as we’ve tracked down the real-life royal residences us mere mortals can spend the night in. We’re talking stand-alone bathtubs and roaring open fires galore.

From the Queen‘s famous Balmoral estate to Prince Charles’ Welsh farmhouse, these are the royal destinations you can experience first-hand.

Fingers crossed, you might even bump into a royal or two.

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