Inside Prince William’s new royal holiday home with swanky kitchen and posh beds – and you can even rent it for getaways | The Sun

WHEN Prince William inherited his father King Charles' old titles, they came with a few benefits… including a £1billion property portfolio.

One of the homes now in his control is the stunning Tamarisk House, which is located on St Mary's, in Cornwall's the Isles of Scilly.

Sitting on a quarter of an acre of land, it has now been transformed into a holiday rental cottage and appears to be highly in demand.

According to the BBC, the King used to stay in the idyllic house with his former wife Diana and their children, William and Harry when they visited the area.

It is run by the Duchy of Cornwall, which is now owned by Prince William, after his father became King in September.

Built in the mid Sixties, the large house has many luxurious amenitiesand comes with an enviable garden and lush views.


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Here, we take a look inside the property where holidaymakers can stay for £200 a night.


Most of the freehold land located in the Isles of Scilly is owned by the Duchy of Cornwall.

This year, Tamarisk House was made available to rent for the public and is among many royal residences for hire.

Other royal residences guests can rent in the area include Restormel Manor, The Guard House, and Trewollack House.

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Tamarisk is a spacious four-bedroom house featuring an amazing panoramic view of the sea and surrounding areas.

Guests can enjoy a relaxed cosy atmosphere in the living room, which comes with a wood burner and complimentary logs, according to the duchy's website.

There is also a TV, DVD player, Roberts Radio and board games in the room to ensure there's never a boring moment.

The kitchen has a modern touch and comes with an island, an electric range cooker with a ceramic hob, a huge fridge freezer, and a microwave.

Guests who prefer to cook won't have to spend too long doing the dishes as the kitchen comes equipped with a dishwasher and cookbooks.

If they prefer to wash their clothes after a long day of activities, there is a utility room furnished with a washing machine and tumble dryer.

There is also space for a dining table which can seat up to 10 people.


Each of the four bedrooms is said to have "comfortable beds" and Egyptian cotton linen bedding, which experts say can provide better sleep.

On the ground floor, there are two bedrooms overlooking the marine and a family bathroom, complete with complimentary toiletries.

The first floor has a twin bedroom with an en suite shower room and a master bedroom featuring a massive bed and a huge en suite bathroom – both rooms have an extensive view of the sea.

For guests who decide to visit in the summer, Tamarisk is surrounded by its own garden exclusive to guests, where they can make use of a sun terrace and a barbecue.


While at the house, there are a number of family-friendly activities guests can take part in.

On a 1989 visit to Scilly, Charles and Diana were spotted enjoying a cycling ride with a young William and Harry.

Additionally, guided bus, bike, and taxi tours of the islands are offered regularly in and around St Mary's.

Thrill seekers can also have a go at kayaking, sailing, or paddle boarding. They can also go for a guided sea swim, with an opportunity to get in the water with seals.

There's also a chance to get on a boat to visit other islands in the area, including uninhabited ones.

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History buffs can also see and learn more about shipwrecks, explore burial chambers from the Bronze Age, and get a detailed narration of the history of Scilly.

If all this doesn't sound too convincing, visitors can relax and be pampered in a luxury spa on Tresco which has an indoor swimming pool, a jacuzzi, and sauna.

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