12:43 PM PT — The Queen’s house has now been pulled off of Airbnb. We are told that the host pulled the listing to respect the Royal Family in light of Queen Elizabeth’s passing. For those that made reservations refunds would be worked out through the host and it is possible it will be relisted in the future.
Queen Elizabeth II‘s garden house, part of her Sandringham Estate, is available as a listing on Airbnb — but QE2 superfans are gonna need seriously good luck, because the place is sold out for the next 2 years.
The residence was once home to Elizabeth’s former head gardener at Sandringham — one of the royal family’s countryside estates — but now commoners can stay there for an average of about $400 a night.
The Airbnb booking calendar goes as far as August of 2024, but there’s only one problem — EVERY day until then is unavailable. It seems admirers jumped on the opportunity to live like royalty.
The place has 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms … and can hold up to 8 guests at a time. It’s surrounded by plenty of gardens and a large “adventure play area” for little ones.
Amanda Cupples, Airbnb’s GM for Northern Europe, tells us they are “delighted” to offer up the property to the public … adding guests can hopefully “even see a Corgi or two” during their stay.
What’s really eerie about the listing is it was first posted on Wednesday … just one day before the passing of Queen Elizabeth at her Balmoral Castle in Scotland.