Prince Harry offered ‘Frogmore lookalikes’ while back in UK alone for coronation

Prince Harry has confirmed that he will be attending his father’s coronation in Westminster Abbey on May 5, but after losing Frogmore Cottage in March, he’ll need to find somewhere else to stay.

Harry and Meghan used £2.4million of taxpayers’ money to renovate the ten-bedroom house on the Windsor Estate but are understood to have paid that money back after they made the move to Montecito in California.

Princess Eugenie and husband Jack Brooksbank have since moved in – so where will Harry go?

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Home swapping platform HomeExchange has offered a couple of alternative cottages in the Windsor Area for Harry to stay in during his visit for the coronation.

They have highlighted stunning Frogmore-like cottages with English charm that are going ‘spare’ for Harry as he arrives on his trip from the USA

The countryside cottages feature all the amenities needed for a relaxing solo stay out of the spotlight

HomeExchange reveals a year-on-year increase of 76% as home swapping becomes an increasingly attractive type of holiday accommodation as a result of the rising cost of living

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With the coronation of King Charles getting ever closer, the world has been waiting to hear from Harry and Meghan. And now we have our answer: Harry is set to attend, but on his own.

Given the recent news of Harry and Meghan’s eviction from Frogmore Cottage – their official residence – home swapping platform HomeExchange has lined up two cosy Frogmore-like cottages for Harry’s consideration when he makes the trip next month.

Both homes are a stone’s throw from Windsor Castle and offer easy access to central London – and importantly Westminster Abbey – for the King’s coronation. It’ll be like he never left Frogmore.

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This charming cottage features beautifully designed gardens, including two summer houses, a uniquely designed layout inclusive of ‘hidden’ walkways and large varieties of flowers and shrubs. Regularly featured in Open Gardens Day, this home is a quintessential cottage with an outdoor sanctuary away from prying eyes.

Described as a beautiful seventeenth century “chocolate box”, this cottage in the historic town of Long Crendon in Buckinghamshire comes loaded with character and has been listed as a graded property.

This cottage served as inspiration for the home of popular children’s character Angelina Ballerina, as author Katherine Holabird used to reside in the home. With a large scenic garden, this cottage will offer Harry everything needed for a short, charming stay in the English countryside.

Of course, these idyllic cottages are not just available as a possible bolthole for a Prince. They can be enjoyed by anyone that’s a member of home swapping platform HomeExchange.

Made famous in 2006 by one of the world’s favourite festive films, The Holiday, home swapping has gone from strength to strength in the last decade, providing substantial cost savings for holidaymakers – up to £2,000 per week – versus hotel stays, as well as getting access to more space and a truly authentic local’s experience.


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