Rose Leslie and
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“Game of Thrones” lovers had a good time when the display’s stars and
real-life couple Kit Harington and Rose Leslie introduced their
engagement previous this week.
While it is still observed the place the couple will tie the knot,
they might do worse than the Scottish castle the place Leslie, who
performed Ygritte in the HBO display, reportedly lived till she used to be 10
Lickleyhead Castle in Insch, Aberdeenshire, is to be had to rent
on Airbnb for £600 ($803) a night.
It used to be constructed in 1499 and is a “quiet and secluded venue set
in gorgeous parkland surrounded via mature bushes and lawns which
has performed host to weddings in the previous,” in line with Airbnb.
The seven bed room, seven toilet castle incorporates 14 other folks,
in line with the web page’s record.
The Daily Mail
reported that Leslie’s oldsters, Sebastian (who’s the executive
of the Leslie extended family in Aberdeenshire) and Candida, reside in the
castle, and be offering it up as a mattress and breakfast for £110 in line with room.
They additionally rent out all of the position for £600 a night by means of Airbnb
with a two-night minimal keep (in which case they keep someplace
The front to Lickleyhead Castle boasts an epic stone
There’s a huge nice corridor for spending time in combination in
entrance of the unique medieval open fireside…
…in addition to a snug panelled sitting room with an open
hearth and huge flat display TV.
The eating room seats 16 — and the kitchen may be beautiful
Some of the bedrooms are tucked away in turrets and
function four-poster beds.
There’s additionally an outside BBQ house for al fresco eating, with a
circulation working previous.
If the castle itself is not sufficient, it may be on the subject of global
well-known golfing lessons, a whisky path, seashores, and shocking hill
Lickleyhead went on the marketplace for gives over £1.35 million in
2013, in line with The Daily
Mail, however is now not indexed.
Leslie’s mom Candida instructed the web page: “You get a double en-suite
room and a complete Scottish breakfast. The rooms aren’t large and
draughty — it’s a very comfy castle.”
Sounds like a beautiful just right wedding ceremony spot to us.