Her Majesty the Queen will become the first British Monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee after 70 years of service this June. To commemorate Her Majesty’s platinum jubilee, Oliver’s Travels has introduced a Platinum Jubilee Package for those who want to celebrate like a queen this summer.
Exclusive experiences allowing guests to indulge in the most quintessentially British experience of all: afternoon tea, but with a twist! Available at a selection of impressive castles, chateaux, and manor houses, all of which have royal connections.
The Platinum Jubilee Package is available at the suitably named Elizabethan Manor. A rural retreat nestled in the heart of Pulborough, West Sussex, this Grade II-listed property is rumoured to have previously welcomed blue blood through its opulent doors, making it the perfect place to live like a royal. Outside, guests have 1.4 acres of private countryside to explore with their Corgi in tow, while afternoon tea is served as you soak up the sun from the terrace – English sparkling wine on the side. Sleeps 14 guests in seven bedrooms
The Ultimate Platinum Jubilee Package includes:
- A Luxury Afternoon Tea Experience: Sample everything from traditional teas and themed cupcakes to finger sandwiches, scones and English sparkling wine.
- Butler Service: Enjoy silver service from your very own butler.
- Corgi for the Day: Channel your inner royal with Her Majesty’s favourite furry friend along for the fun.
- Royal-themed Dress Up: Added flair of optional royal theme dressing.
Lostwithiel Manor is nestled in a beautiful private estate with beautiful gardens and lovely walking routes.
The Grade II-listed mansion has magnificent decor and is steeped in history, making it the ideal choice for those looking for a palace fit for a princess. From King Charles I, who is reported to have spent the night in what is now the King’s Bedroom, to Thomas “Diamond” Pitt, the former Governor of Madras, luminaries, royals, and other prominent persons have all stayed at this majestic house. The poet Thomas Gray and Sir Josiah Wedgwood are additional worthy additions to this earlier guest list. – Sleeps 18 guests in nine bedrooms
The Gothic Castle is situated on the banks of a private lake, close to Galway City and Shannon International Airport.
A number of pathways may be found throughout the property, providing enough opportunities for walkers, runners, bikers, and bird watchers to explore the unspoilt woodlands. These routes were once trodden by Prince Charles and Camilla, who stayed at the estate only a few years ago and share a passion for being in nature. – Sleeps 18 in nine bedrooms
The Grade I-listed Wilfred Manor, set on a lovely four-acre estate in the heart of the Cotswolds, has been exquisitely renovated while still retaining characterful allusions to its illustrious past. In reality, King Charles I is said to have resided here during the siege of Gloucester in 1643, when he sought safety within the house. This enormous home can now easily accommodate up to 22 people, making it ideal for a large summer celebration. – Sleeps 22 in 11 bedrooms
For more information and for booking visit https://www.oliverstravels.com