Now, anyone who books a night at Charles III’s estate in Valea Zălanului, Romania, can feel like royalty.
We have written before that Charles III is not a fan of contemporary architecture, but he’s far more fond of historic buildings and old traditions. Perhaps that is why he loves Transylvania so much. As reported, he first visited the region in 1998, where he fell in love with the area so much that he bought an estate in the tiny village of Valea Zălanului right away.
The 18th-century Saxon cottage has since been converted into an inn, so anyone can now spend a night in the British king’s house, which might not be Buckingham Palace, but it’s certainly charming and cozy. And the proceeds from the Zalán Guest House go to one of Charles’ charities, The Prince of Wales Foundation in Romania.
Guests can book an all-inclusive package, which includes welcome drinks and dinner, tours, local entrance fees, transport and breakfast before departure. This costs between €157 and €167 per person per night. But the privilege of sleeping in the King's house is priceless.
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Photos: Alex Robciuc