You can now Airbnb in one of the Queen’s private homes in Sandringham

Vacationers can enjoy a stay on the 20,000-acre estate for between £237 and £354 a night thanks to Airbnb

The 96-year-old often resides in London but has seven official residences, including Sandringham House.

Sleeping up to eight people, holidaymakers can stay on the 20,000-acre estate for between £237 and £354 per night.

Garden House on the Queen’s Sandringham estate is now available for booking on Airbnb (Norfolk Hideaways Airbnb)

Formerly used as the home of the Queen’s Head Gardener, the two-story property is already fully booked until March 2023.

Garden House has two king-size bedrooms and two twin bedrooms, as well as two bathrooms.

It also has an Aga oven, an open fireplace, a formal dining room that seats eight people, a comfortable lounge and its own “walled garden where you can relax and where the children and dogs can run and play safely”.

Garden House, which is available on Airbnb, has its own informal walled garden. (Norfolk Hideaways Airbnb)

Garden House is described on Airbnb as a “charming hideaway” and is within walking distance of the Sandringham Visitor Center and Sandringham Café & Coffee Shop.

Holidaymakers will also have access to explore the ‘much-loved’ Queen’s Country Park, which has a large play area for children.

The nearby Sandringham Exhibition & Transport Museum houses the largest collection of royal vehicles and the first automobile ever owned by a member of the royal family.

Sandringham Estate is in the Area of ​​Outstanding Natural Beauty on the Norfolk Coast, nearly three hours’ drive from Buckingham Palace itself.

The Airbnb listing also explains things to do nearby, it says: ‘You are only a short drive from the stunning beaches of North Norfolk, an area surrounded by beautiful poppy-rich meadows, fields of lavender , quiet lanes great for walking and cycling plus plenty of quintessential English villages with pubs and duck ponds!”

Queen Elizabeth II will break with royal tradition as she prepares to appoint the newly elected Prime Minister of Balmoral Castle in Aberdeenshire. (Credit: Getty Images)

The royal property was listed by Norfolk Hideaways, which has over 1,000 reviews on Airbnb – and a 96% response rate.

The estate is owned by the Queen herself, unlike Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle which are owned by the Crown.

His father, George VI, and his grandfather, George V, both died there – and it was the setting for most of his Christmas Day shows during the first decade of his reign – including the first televised speech in 1957.

Her Majesty also owns Balmoral Castle in Scotland – and eight Balmoral Estate properties are also available on Airbnb.

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