If you haven’t seen Bridgerton yet, or you haven’t even heard of it, where on earth have you been hiding?
Season one of the Netflix series, based on Julia Quinn’s novel The Duke and I, launched on Christmas Day and ever since it has been the talk of the ‘ton’.
It’s eight hour-long episodes follow London’s high society through ‘the season’ – an annual period where elite families host the most beautiful balls to introduce their children to society and eventually find them a suitable partner to marry.
Already watched by tens of millions, the period drama is packed with romance, friendship, secrets, scandals and plot twists – not to mention some stunning, decadent Georgian houses, countryside manors, castles and palaces fit for a king and queen.
Now you too can live like a Bridgerton post-lockdown, by swapping your home to stay in Whistledown-approved accommodation across the UK – all thanks to global home-swapping site Love Home Swap.
Here are the Bridgerton-inspired properties fit for a staycation for your grace.
18th Century House, Devon
Next to the beautiful village of Halberton is this gorgeous 18th century Georgian home.
The property is set in stunning open grounds of natural beauty, with spacious land and gardens for you to explore.
Inside are eight bedrooms sleeping 18 people, as well as eight bathrooms.
The home is well equipped for kids and is also pet-friendly so you can bring your pooch along.
Duchray Castle, Scotland
In the heart of the Queen Elizabeth Forest you will find Duchray Castle, a 500-year-old tower house steeped in rich history.
Completely renovated in 2012, it offers a relaxed, comfortable, luxury accommodation in an idyllic forest setting.
The 16th century castle features four en-suite bedrooms, a well equipped kitchen, formal lounge, cosy TV snug and a stone vaulted dining room.
Situated in the middle of a private 90-acre estate made up of gardens, grazing fields and woodland, the local area offers extensive outdoor activities, beautiful scenery, and varied visitor attractions.
You’ll feel like true Bridgerton royalty whilst vacating here.
Welsh Farmhouse, Wales
Set in 18 acres of its own private grounds, this Welsh farmhouse is 300 years old.
The four-bed home is situated within close reach of Snowdonia mountain range, the Menai Straits and Anglesey, with historic castles and houses nearby.
Its location is ideal for cycling, coastal and hill walking, mountain climbing and bird watching.
An abundance of sporting activities also surround the home, including the Snowdon zip wire, Surf Snowdonia and the World’s first inland surfing lagoon.
Stately Home, Suffolk
Set in the picturesque Suffolk countryside, Stately Home is a vast estate house surrounded by extensive gardens and a stunning lake that you can go boating on.
Inside you’ll find nine furnished bedrooms which are beautifully decorated with traditional interior and a mix of king and single beds to suit any sleeping arrangements.
As well as a newly refurbished kitchen, the home also features elegant drawing rooms, four bathrooms and a tennis court.
The home comes complete with a cleaner and is pet-friendly.
Victorian Rectory, Devon
Full of character, this stylish Victorian Rectory is located in the charming town of Chulmleigh.
The spacious, luxurious home is complete with 10 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, with access to all facilities from the tennis court and swimming pool to the full-sized snooker table and fully equipped gym.
Picture waking up to views of the rolling hills or soaking in the outdoor bath whilst watching the sunset – ultimate goals.
Broadway Home, Cotswolds
With a grand total of seven bedrooms and six bathrooms you can truly live the high life in this extravagant castle.
Set in the village of Broadway, this countryside masterpiece is ideally located for those looking to explore the beautiful English countryside and small villages in the Cotswolds District.
The gardens are also beautiful with stunning views from the balconies above.
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