Prince William’s luxury holiday cottages on the coast are cheaper than hotels

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Holidaymakers can spend a night in one of Prince William’s several coastal properties for the cost of a stay in a budget hotel.

The Prince of Wales has several holiday homes in his £1billion estate but as Britons struggle with a cost of living crisis, the price of a stay has been cut to the point where it is costs the same as a stay in the likes of the Travelodge.

Upon his father becoming King, William inherited the Duchy of Cornwall private estate, made up of some 52,449 hectares of land in 20 counties, predominately in the South West of England.

The vast property portfolio is made up of farms, woodland, coastlines, housing developments and holiday cottages.

The five-star self-catering holiday cottages are nestled in the heart of the British countryside, dotted across Cornwall, Wales and the Isles of Scilly.

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Several have seen a drastic reduction in price, the Mirror reports.

A stay in Staniforth, a barn conversion within what was a farm building at Restormel Manor, close to Lostwithiel in Cornwall, costs just £980 for a week-long stay, costing £35 per person per night in September.

The two-bedroom property, which sleeps four plus a cot, also has access to the pool, steam room, sauna, tennis court and games room at Restormel Manor.

And in November, it costs even less at £615 for a week-long stay, which works out to just under £22 a night.

Meanwhile, a stay at a twin room in a Travelodge in Cornwall in September costs upward of £30 per night.

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Another of the Prince’s properties similarly gives the budget hotels a run for their money.

Diggery, which is also in Lostwithiel and has access to the same facilities at Restormel Manor, is fully booked up for the rest of the summer but in November a week-long stay for four costs £645, which works out to £23 per person per night.

A stay in the nine-bedroom Restormel Manor in the Fowey Valley was also cut from £11,640 down to £9,312 for the final week in August. Although it is slightly more expensive than others, costing £73 per person per night.

The Duchy estate, which is almost 700 years old, holds 0.2 percent of the land in the UK. The property portfolio finances the Prince and Princess of Wales’s official duties.

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