SEASON four of The Crown is set to return to Netflix this weekend (November 15) and everyone will be dreaming of living like royalty.

But you don’t have to live in Windsor or Sandringham to live like a royal.

Somerset is home to some beautiful properties you can escape to, and experience a night living in luxury.

Vrbo, a family holiday rental company, has compiled a list of Somerset stately homes, inspired by The Crown Netflix series:

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Somerset Manor, Horsington Somerset

Once a former rectory, this luxury home has been restored and renovated to create a beautiful peaceful country house. Designed with comfort and classic luxury in mind, you’ll feel like you’re stepping back into the 1680s. Within the grounds the heated pool and sauna are popular amenities for all guests to use. The grounds also include a tennis court, croquet lawn and the house itself has a snooker room and table tennis – there really is everything you need to entertain yourself on a post-lockdown trip away.

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Luxury Country Manor House, Holcombe, Somerset

This grand Georgian property is set in its own private gated grounds with an outdoor pool and hot tub – settled in the heart of a picturesque Somerset village. The property itself is gulfed in rich history and was once lived in by the family of Scott of the Antarctic. There are large spacious bedrooms, so plenty of space for the entire family. The surrounding countryside that the property is set upon is also perfect for country walks.

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Medieval Malthouse, Norton St Philip, Bath

This medieval manor is brimming with character. The grade 2 listed building offers incredibly spacious accommodation and impressive grounds for outdoor activities. If you’re someone who likes to cook for the family, the large kitchen and dining area will be an added benefit. Fitted with all modern utilities you’ll be able to sit back, relax and enjoy the property and all it has to offer.

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Northmoor House, Exmoor National Park

This property is set upon a woodland backdrop and has been restored to its original beauty, representative of the Victorian times in which it was built. The property includes a vast array of traditional entertainment including a billiards room, table tennis, darts and table football.

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Barley Wood House, Wrington, Bristol

Barley Wood is a historic house full of character and charm. It was built in 1801 for social reformer and authoress, Hannah More and was later the home to the Wills Family who were known Bristol Tobacconists. This stunning home is set within 11 acres of gardens and woodlands, perfect for country walks and to see the stunning views of the Mendip Hills.

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Berkeley House, near Bath

Berkeley House is a spacious Victorian home, set in an area of natural beauty with stunning views from each window. It’s full of character and is perfect for families who want to have a relaxing and memorable stay. There are lots of walking routes nearby but if you prefer to stay indoors, you can enjoy a glass of wine in front of the log fire or cook a family meal in the cosy kitchen, complete with an Aga oven, to keep you warm.