All About the Charming Airbnb Where Kate Middleton and Prince William Stayed in Wales

Even royals like Kate Middleton and Prince William stay in Airbnbs

Published Time: 05.06.2024 - 23:31:18 Modified Time: 05.06.2024 - 23:31:18

Even royals like Kate Middleton and Prince William stay in Airbnbs.

Last year, Prince William, now 41, and Princess Kate, now 42, visited Duffryn Mawr Country House, a charming bed and breakfast in Wales. The place's team recently shared photos on their Facebook page looking back at the Prince and Princess of Wales' stay during their visit to the area in 2023.

One image showed Princess Kate and Prince William posing with staff members while another featured their signatures in a guest book.

"It's been 1 year since we welcomed William and Kate, the Prince and Princess of Wales, to Duffryn Mawr!" the bed and breakfast's team captioned the post. "We were delighted to welcome William and Kate for a night here when they visited The Brecon Beacons. So kind and friendly, it was a pleasure to have them stay here."

The stunning country house is located in Brecon Beacons National Park, which overlooks The Sugarloaf and The Blorenge. 

According to the Airbnb listing, the large house sleeps up to 16 guests and boasts several amenities, including a billiard room, a gym and spa, a steam room and a children’s play area. 

The Airbnb host, who goes by Kim, said Prince William and Princess Kate enjoyed everything the house had to offer. 

"The royal couple were an absolute pleasure from the time they stepped into the house until the time they left; they loved the simplicity and privacy of the house and stated they would like t -

o come back with their children,” she said in a statement. 

Airbnb’s General Manager for the U.K. and Northern Europe, Amanda Cupples, said she was also pleased that the home-sharing company hosted the royal couple. 

“It's wonderful to see that even members of the royal family appreciate the incredible benefits of home sharing in the U.K. This breathtaking Airbnb immerses you in the enchanting charm and natural beauty of the Welsh countryside,” she said in a statement. “Airbnb offers a range of magical stays, and now guests can also indulge in this delightful experience and create their own unforgettable memories."

Prince William and Princess Kate slept at the spot after a busy day in Wales spent outdoors with the Central Beacons Mountain Rescue Team. The pair tried out some training activities including rappelling, medical support exercises and a search dog rescue demonstration.

After their hard work, they visited Dowlais Rugby Club where they met members of the local community and enjoyed pizza from the Little Dragon Pizza Van. 

Peter Morris, owner of the spot, who served the couple with colleague Shannon Stokes, told PEOPLE, "The Princess asked if we make our own dough and said that they love making pizzas with their children," referring to Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 9, and Prince Louis, 6.

"Making pizza for the future king and queen is surreal," he added.

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