Frontiers International Travel is offering a luxurious six-night getaway to a 16th-century manor house in the Cotswolds, where guests will receive a royalty experience. During the stay, a private chef will prepare gourmet cuisine, while a private chauffeur will lead guests on daily excursions through this historic part of England and Wales. Ideal for a family or a group of friends, the house staff will create a day-by-day itinerary ideal for guests – whether it be family-friendly activities, learning experiences or exploring the region for antiques.
Highlights of this holiday include attending a polo match where Prince William and Harry regularly play, visit to the medieval village of Burford, touring Roman museums and stately homes, exploring local towns, a visit to the 15th-century Sudeley Castle & Gardens in North Cotswolds, and many cocktail parties.
For groups wishing to privatize their stay with friends and family, Frontiers International can create bespoke itineraries tailored to the interests of the group. These tailor-made itineraries can include golf trips to courses like Wales’ Celtic Manor Resort 2010 Ryder Cup course; family activities like go-karting, high ropes courses, and excursions to water parks; and a Downton Abbey experience where guests will visit film locations of the famous TV series.
Covering nearly 800 square miles, the Cotswolds is home to many notable manmade structures, most of which were built for royalty, along with well-known residents. Royal sources have revealed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markel are looking to buy a property in the Cotswold hills. Royalty aside, Kate Moss, Kate Winslet and Liz Hurley are among the Cotswolds’ most famous residents.
All daily excursions, meals, an open bar, and roundtrip transport to and from central London are included in the all-inclusive price ranging from $54,000 for six people to $60,000 for eight people for the six-night program (Sunday to Saturday).