If you've ever dreamed of living like a member of the British royal family, now's your chance.
Fans of both the real-life royals and the fictionalized ones on The Crown can now rent the massive home known as The Earl of Fitzroy—exterior shots of the residence were featured in the second season of the Netflix show. But those who rent it won't be gaining access to just the home but to an entire royal lifestyle too. But, fair warning, that lifestyle will cost you.
"We’ve been getting a bit overexcited about the release of The Crown’s third season," Plum Guide, the rental company in charge of the listing, wrote in a blog post. "So to celebrate, we’ve created the ultimate experience of frivolity and excess worth over £50,000 in one of London’s most splendid homes."
That "frivolity" includes access to a personal butler, a delicious banquet dinner, as well as a royal-worthy horse and carriage ride through Fitzrovia Square. Those who also shell out almost $65,000 for the luxury accommodation will also have afternoon tea surrounded by several regal corgis. And they won't have to worry about picking up the wrong spoon as guests will also receive training (just like Meghan Markle reportedly did) from one of the world’s leading etiquette instructors, William Hanson. Guests will also reportedly be greeted with a box full of goodies from all the queen's favorite brands.
But if you want in on this action, you'd better act fast: The Royal Experience at Earl of Fitzroy will be available only in December. (Guests also must commit to a seven-night stay.) Hopefully, the house comes with its own Netflix account so guests can stream season three of The Crown while getting waited on hand and foot too.
Originally Appeared on Glamour