An English Holiday 

If you are looking for a Downton Abbey inspired English holiday, but want something different than Highclere Castle, these are the perfect spots for you. 

The vacation rentals below vary in price; however, there is a manor for every budget. 

Acton Castle: 

  

Located near Praa Sands, Cornwall, England, this 18th century seaside castle is great for a family! In fact, the castle sleeps only four people. Only $121 per night. 

Great Tangley Manor:

  

This 11th century manor is located in Wonersh, Surrey, England and comes with Victorian-style gardens and a moat! Only $1,521 per night. 

Court House Manor: 

  

More on the higher price end, this estate is a 14-bedroom recently restored manor home, located in Painswick, Cotswolds, England. King Charles I stayed here during the 1643 Siege of Gloucester. Only $4,655 per night. 

And, of course, there is Highclere Castle for the full Downton Abbey experience. 

  

Located in Newbury, West Berkshire, England, guests can enjoy a stay in the estate’s guest cottages, the London Lodges. The castle is, unfortunately, off-limits for overnight travelers. Only $550 per night. 

For more information on each manor and information on how to rent, please visit their websites. Sites, such as tripadvisor.com and homeaway.com, also have rental information. 


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  1. Very lovely post. One would really wish to stay a few nights in these manors or lodges. I must say that would be a royal stay in a castle. And if you wish to visit Dubai to know more about Arabian lifestyle and stay there with luxury then visit our website http://www.iconicdubai.com/.

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