Princess Margaret in The Crown

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Thinking of booking a holiday? This might just be the perfect location for your stay 

Planning a holiday for when the coronavirus is no longer putting a halt on international travel?

We've all been cooped up in our houses for the last six months due to the emergence of COVID-19. The virus has forced everyone indoors and has seriously limited our ability to travel by air.

Holidays have been put on hold and canceled, but that doesn't mean we can't start thinking about our next one!

Any fans of The Crown will be interested in this particular opportunity.

Hedsor House in Buckinghamshire is available for private hire - with prices starting at £2,000 per night. This stately home is featured in The Crown and has had scenes filmed in it including Gillian Anderson, as well as Olivia Colman. 

Designed by Sir William Chamers, this house has been used by Royalty since 1166.

Although it is not a royal residence, the 13-bedroom country home does boast real-life royal connections and has hosted Kings, Queens and royal children from nearby Windsor Castle.

The property, which boasts sumptuous reception rooms, a cozy library, and incredible grounds, is available to hire from £2,000, for a minimum of five nights.

The house was once famously the home of Dowager Princess of Wales, mother of George III and the founder of Kew Gardens. In the mid-2000s, the house underwent an extensive and spectacular renovation, bringing it right up to the modern world.

Since then, the property has gone on to appear in Downton Abbey and Quartet, and even saw Nicole Kidman grace its halls for a few scenes!

Celebrities who have stayed or filmed at the venue include George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Nicole Kidman, David and Victoria Beckham, Elton John, Mark Ronson, Johnny Depp, Kiera Knightly, Mark Ronson, Richard E. Grant, Dustin Hoffman and Elle Macpherson.

Now you could stay there too! 

For more information about this fantastic opportunity, visit

Have a look at Hedsor House in the clip below