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You can now stay at this townhouse featured in The Crown for £50,000


All yours for 50k…(Picture: The Plum Guide/Netflix)

Posh vacation rental company the Plum Guide is offering travellers and Londoners looking for a staycation the ultimate royal experience complete with corgis and a personal butler – and it will only set you back £50k.

With literally the entire world glued to their phones and laptops avidly watching Olivia Colman assume the role of Queen Elizabeth II in The Crown, Plum Guide has launched a super OTT royal rental that will literally have you living like a member of the Royal family.

Where will you stay, you ask? At the Earl of Fitzroy, a palatial Grade I-listed Georgian townhouse in London’s Fitzrovia which was featured in season two of the hit royal drama.

Regal digs: The exterior of The Earl of Fitzroy was used in season 2 of The Crown. (Picture Credit: The Plum Guide)

With room for up to 16, the house features a fully stocked library, Robert Adam fireplaces, an indoor pool, sauna and slick gym, and should you have a Bentley or two, large double garage.

In addition to the fab digs, the £50,000 mega treat also includes a personal butler, a royal etiquette workshop coached by William Hanson, horse and carriage transportation, afternoon tea (in the company of some corgis) a royal banquet-style dinner, the use of regal jewels and you’ll even get a hamper stocked with some of the Queen’s alleged favourite brands.

Corgi chic: The experience comes with a personal butler. (Picture: The Plum Guide)

If that’s not enough, the bank account busting staycation also includes a private tour of Buckingham Palace’s State Rooms, usually only open to the public during the Summer State Rooms opening.

If you want to book it, you’ll have to be fast as its all dished out on a first-come, first-served basis. You’ll also have to stay for a minimum of 1 week.

For more info and to book, visit Plum Guide’s website.

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