Look inside. King Charles Holiday Home in Wales, valued at £1.2m | Property

PropertyKing Charles, 74, also loves to go on holiday. When he was still Prince of Wales in 2007 he bought the Llwynywermod estate. He got it back and used to stay there for a week or two in the summer.

The picturesque country house is located in the Brecon Beacons National Park, Wales. After Queen Elizabeth died, Prince William took over the holiday home. When Charles was still Prince of Wales, he regularly used it as a base for business visits to Wales. But now that his son, Prince William, is assuming the title, Charles won’t be spending much time in the area anymore. Prince William would now like to rent it out, for around €2,760 per week. All around there is a vast landscape of 192 hectares.

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Charles is said to have stayed at the cottage in 2021 after the funeral of his father, Prince Philip, so he could mourn in peace and quiet.

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When Charles made the purchase in 2007, he decided to restore it using traditional techniques. Architect Craig Hamilton took care of that. Annabelle Elliott, Camilla’s sister, took care of the inside.

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The dining room can accommodate up to 16 guests. Elliot is said to have used predominantly Welsh-style furniture and decor. She is also said to have traveled across the country in search of antique Welsh items, including quilts and specialty pottery. The carpets are made to order.

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Many of the interior doors are of oak from the Duchy of Cornwall. The King’s son is always given the title of Duke of Cornwall, a county in England.

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