Live like a king in this mediaeval castle turned luxurious residence.

The availability of wealthy estates is more than you may imagine throughout Ireland and Britain. These castles have undergone painstaking restoration to accommodate discerning guests looking for an extraordinary getaway or offering a private setting for weddings, family gatherings, or business meetings.

They feature acres of meticulously maintained gardens, historic architecture combined with modern furnishings, and aristocratic operations. These 10 luxury hotels in the United Kingdom can accommodate all of your needs, whether you’re seeking for a more traditional hotel experience and want to reserve a single room or you want to live like royalty for a weekend and rent a whole castle.

Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa

North of Bath in England, this 43-room hotel features an equestrian centre, a Michelin-starred restaurant, and a top-notch spa. Visitors arrive at the tastefully refurbished mansion down a tree-lined path and are greeted with fine antique furnishings and modern accents.

Mortye Manor

Gravetye Manor, a classy and traditional mansion with 17 bookable rooms, is situated in south London. The property’s award-winning restaurant offers visitors panoramic views of the surrounding natural splendour through floor to ceiling glass walls, which have been influenced by the historic wild gardens that once stood here.

Ballynatray Estate

Ballynatray is a magnificent 18th-century country home located among 850 acres of old woods, making it the ideal private getaway for nature enthusiasts. There are nine rooms available, and a private stay includes access to the heliport facilities and full butler service. Ballynatray is a beautifully restored – and truly pleasant – place to stay in Ireland, located beside the picturesque River Blackwater.

The Gordon Castle

The Scottish Highlands’ Gordon Castle features eight bedrooms, each with a king-size bed and an en-suite bathroom, and is situated in the ethereal area of Speyside. For your private party, the on-site chef can make a delectable picnic or offer a traditional afternoon tea. Over 200 years old, a walled garden that is accessible to the general public has meticulously planned.

Glenapp Castle

Seascapes may be seen all around this Scottish Victorian house from the year 1870. Glenapp resembles the ideal castle from a fairytale since it blends aspects of Gothic and Renaissance design. In addition to exclusive rentals, Glenapp also accepts one-time reservations for its 17 rooms, each of which has a breathtaking view of the Irish Sea.