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This Royal Staycation Lets You Live Like a Character From The Crown For P3.27 Million

It comes complete with jewels, corgis, banquets, and etiquette lessons.
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While Netflix series The Crown may only loosely be based on real-life events surrounding Queen Elizabeth and senior members of the British royal family, showrunner Peter Morgan and his team have gone to great lengths to ensure that their portrayal of the monarch and her family’s luxurious lifestyle is accurate. As you sit on your couch, engulfed in Helena Bonham Carter’s performance as Princess Margaret, you might find yourself wondering what it's like to be born in a world of banquets, tiaras, ladies’ maids, and palaces. If that’s the case, the Plum Guide is your own fairy godmother, ready to turn you from a pumpkin to a prince or princess for a night (or a week, rather).

The Plum Guide, which provides similar services as Airbnb Luxe, has recently listed “The Ultimate Royal-Worthy Staycation” and has all the spoils and trappings of a royal lifestyle. Available only for the month of December, the experience gives guests the chance to stay at the Earl of Fitzroy. The Georgian townhouse located at London’s Fitzroy Square was featured in the second series of The Crown

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Not only will you and 15 of your closest friends be able to stay in the townhouse, which comes equipped with fireplaces, a library, a gym, and infinity pool, and a sauna, curated experiences come with the package. Apart from being serviced by a personal butler, here’s what you can expect from the package:

  • Afternoon tea with corgis
  • A horse-driven carriage ride through Fitzrovia Square
  • Etiquette lessons from acclaimed instructor William Hanson
  • A Banquet dinner
  • Access to a collection of fine jewelry
  • A private tour of the Stately Rooms at Buckingham Palace
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The home is located in a prime neighborhood in London, right between Soho, Covent Garden, and Bloomsbury. The stylish district is a favorite of gourmands, shoppers, and art enthusiasts.

The royal experience is available on a first-come, first-served basis for a minimum of a week. Prices start at £50,000 or P3.275 million. Booking ends on December 23, and guests may book their stays from December 1 to 23. For inquiries, contact [email protected].

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