Highgrove House & Gardens in Gloucestershire
As a proud conservationist, it makes sense that Prince Charles would want a country retreat to share with his wife, Camilla Parker Bowles, the Duchess of Cornwall. Located in the village of Daughton and originally purchased by the Prince of Wales in 1980, Charles has dedicated the past forty years to designing and developing the Georgian estate’s gardens, which are opened to the public for tours and events. As a private residence, the house itself is not open for tours, but Charles and Camilla are known for hosting their own charitable events and parties, often benefiting The Prince’s Foundation. Doughton is situated just outside Tetbury in the county of Gloucestershire, which is about a two and a half hour drive from London.