Royal family yanks Queen’s garden house from Airbnb after death

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Following the death of Queen Elizabeth on Thursday — and an untimely press announcement promoting an Airbnb listing on royal grounds by email in the early hours of the morning — the royal family pulled the short-stay listing, The Post has learned. .

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Before Queen Elizabeth passed away, the garden house on her Sandringham estate was listed on a popular vacation rental site and had already been booked by guests until February 2024.

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The hotel is part of a 600-acre estate that has traditionally served as the venue for the royal family’s Christmas holidays.

However, Sandringham Castle is best known as the place where the Queen gave her annual Christmas broadcast.

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The royal family, along with luxury cottage agency Norfolk Hideaways, originally put the property up for rent in 2019. The former home of Queen Elizabeth’s head gardener just recently returned to the rental market on Wednesday afternoon. until the queen’s death.

Photo from the Queen’s last Christmas broadcast from Sandringham Castle on December 25, 2021.
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“Due to the recent passing of Queen Elizabeth, the hosting company has now delisted,” a source told The Post. “Restoring the listing is at the discretion of the hosting company and property owners.”

“Because Sandringham Manor is a functioning royal residence, the ability of the public to remain on this list is incredibly limited,” the source added.

The previous listing noted that the brick house offers accommodation for up to eight guests on two floors.

Garden house on the estate of the Queen Sandringham.
Garden house on the estate of the Queen Sandringham.
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Foundations.
Foundations.
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Canteen.
Canteen.
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Kitchen.
Kitchen.
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One of the four bedrooms.
One of the four bedrooms.
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And, as a nod to the late Queen’s love of dogs, the list also said, “Welcome Furry Friends.”

“We are delighted that the Garden House at Her Majesty the Queen’s estate at Sandringham is now bookable on Airbnb,” Amanda Kapples, Airbnb’s general manager for Northern Europe, told The Post in a statement Thursday morning — shortly before news broke that that the Queen is dead.

“Nestled within one of the Queen’s most beautiful estates, this picturesque cottage is the perfect getaway for guests looking for a truly unique getaway, and hopefully they might even see a corgi or two!” Added drops.

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