Queen Elizabeth has a property on Airbnb

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Queen Elizabeth advertises a property on Airbnb.

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The 96-year-old monarch’s head gardener previously lived in the ‘lovely hideaway’ at her Sandringham estate in Norfolk, but now the house – which includes furniture and artwork belonging to the royal family – is available for short term rentals through the online platform.

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An Airbnb user told the Daily Mail Eden Confidential column: “I never thought I could have a place next to the royal family.”

A listing of the property on the website reads: ‘A charming hideaway, owned by Her Majesty The Queen, nestled in the heart of her much-loved Sandringham Estate country retreat and the closest estate property to Sandringham House itself.

A general view of an entrance to the Sandringham estate near King’s Avenue in King’s Lynn, England, is shown in this file photo taken January 13, 2020. Photo by Leon Neal /Getty Images

“The gardens are a pure delight and provide a superb setting for this idyllic home.

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“Garden House offers charming and relaxed accommodation for eight people spread over two floors. Eclectically furnished from the royal collection, all furniture and paintings were once housed in a royal residence.

Dogs are welcome and you can enjoy many outdoor spaces.

The listing read: “As well as the formal walled garden with its wonderfully lined beds and borders in which the property sits, there is a more informal garden where you can relax and where children and dogs can run and play in safe.”

Prices vary, but the house is currently being offered to rent for 354 pounds ($533.75) per night next February, for a minimum of three nights.

As of now, the four-bedroom abode doesn’t have reviews on Airbnb, but there is one on Tripadvisor.

The reviewer gave the property five stars and commented: “Perfectly located…beautiful grounds and the walled garden is amazing. The dogs also enjoyed the terrain.

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