In the footsteps of Queen Elizabeth I: The Turret at Charlecote Park Review

With many of us thinking about holidays, how about staying with us?! Lovely review here from Nicole…

  

This week I have been lucky enough to stay at one of the many holiday properties available through Britain’s National Trust, The Turret at Charlecote Park. I’m just going to get right to the point and say this would have to be the best place that I have stayed on my travels. Ever.

Located in the English Midlands, Charlecote Park is the ancestral home of the Lucy family and was once visited by Queen Elizbeth I herself. Even though it is a country property, it’s close to a lot of large towns and cities: Stratford Upon Avon, the home of Shakespeare, is only a ten minute drive, Warwick is 30 minutes by car, and even London is only 1.5 hours away.

The apartment itself was big. I mean really big, so big that you would get fit just running up the central hallway all the time. The apartment…

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