The British Royal family has everyone’s heart; we can’t get enough of them! We love keeping up with all the exciting things they do and how they live their lives; from Prince Harry dropping his Royal life, to Queen Elizabeth’s private birthday celebration, to Princess Anne’s milestone 70th birthday, we have all the deets!
The most recent news is about our dearest Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. We know that the family has been locked away in Amner Hall since March, due to the rules of coronavirus, but it seems that the royals have planned to venture someplace out of Norfolk for a change.
Getty Images | The family was quarantined at Amner Hall since March
Prince William and Duchess Kate recently had a family staycation in Tresco in the Isles of Scilly. The trip was picture perfect and nostalgic for several reasons. Prince William has visited this place when he was a child, with his brother Harry and mother, Princess Diana. We bet that the Royal family would’ve had the loveliest time, especially William and the children, as he must’ve shown them the spots he used to enjoy most as a kid!
According to media, the Royal family spent a week-long getaway at the Dolphin House, which finally saw guests for the first time in years. It is a stone house, just a few steps away from the beachfront, where you have a magnificent view of the Round Island Lighthouse.
Veranda | The beautiful piece of property is owned by Prince Charles
The official Dolphin House website says that the cottage features a gorgeous porch that leads to the main lounge that boasts a grand fireplace and breathtaking ocean views. The kitchen features royal-blue tiles, for a colorful pop, while the dining room gives off vibes of a cave with stone walls, with a looming and beautifully textured painting on the wall to give the room an edge. The back patio has “limited sea views,” whereas the bedrooms upstairs have a clear and unblocked view of the ocean.
Getty Images | The trip is bound to be a truly nostalgic one for William
Altogether, the cottage boasts a total of six bedrooms, one double bedroom, three twin rooms, and two singles. Why not stay in such a heavenly place forever?
Well, it does happen to be open for public booking as well. According to the website, during off-seasons, the rent begins at $2,850 per week, but during the in-demand seasons, the rates can go as high as $6,350 a week.
But, no matter how much the cost is, everyone is sure to have a spectacular time at the beautiful beachfront house!
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