Staying In the Estate That Inspired Pride and Prejudice 

Staying In the Estate That Inspired Pride and Prejudice 

goodnestone-park-front-view-and-formal-gardens_0Rumor has it that Austen started writing Pride and Prejudice after a rejuvenating stay at Goodnestone Park; an English manor in Kent—and that a double wedding held at the mansion inspired the double weddings of Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy, and of her sister Jane Bennet and Mr. Bingley. Now the estate will be available to stay in for the first time this coming July, and it gives guests the chance to step back into 18th-century England. It has 12-bedrooms, formal dining rooms, cozy drawing rooms, and, of course, a vast classic library! It's not cheap, but it is stunning! You can have a look at a few of the photos of the estate here.
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