Inside King Charles’ Remote Romanian Retreat

The King claimed he fell in love with Romania right away and has continued to say over the years that he is still anxious to travel there and learn more about it.

Inside King Charles's Remote Romanian Retreat- TSZ Newz
Inside King Charles's Remote Romanian Retreat

King Charles has arrived in Romania for his yearly pilgrimage, meeting with the country’s leader on Friday before withdrawing to the little village of Viscri.

The King first visited the nation in 1988, fell in love with it, and eventually amassed a sizable property portfolio.

Every year, His Majesty visits Romania and stays at his secluded, rustic farmhouse in the little Transylvanian village located 264.1 kilometers (164.1 miles) north of Bucharest.

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The residence was purchased by King Charles in 2006, and he “loves” to spend at least a few days there, generally by himself.

Inside King Charles's Remote Romanian Retreat- TSZ Newz
Inside King Charles’s Remote Romanian Retreat



When
His Majesty is not residing there, the building, known as the Blue House, is frequently rented out to the general public.
It has a dining room, a sitting room, a kitchen, and seven double bedrooms.

The house gets its name from the distinctive color of its facade. While equipped with all modern conveniences, the farmhouse retains a rural feel throughout.

The furniture was purchased locally, and the bedrooms are brimming with vintage Transylvania pieces.

The guesthouse attempts to create an atmosphere of “peace and tranquility” by prohibiting televisions and radios.

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The King claimed he fell in love with Romania right away and has continued to say over the years that he is still anxious to travel there and learn more about it.

“I have learned to know and love Romania so much,” he stated in 2020. I’m eager to explore so much more.

In addition to being personal, Charles has familial ties to the nation in Eastern Europe. The King is supposed to be descended from Vlad Tepes, popularly known as Vlad the Impaler, whom many Romanians admire for the way he dealt with his adversaries.

Locals in Viscri claim that the King has had a largely favorable relationship with the community throughout the years and that his presence has attracted large numbers of visitors.

He established the Prince of Wales Foundation Romania in 2015 to offer training programs for local and foreign apprentices in historic preservation. The money he makes from renting out his vacation house helps to partially pay for the course.

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His trip this year, though, will be bittersweet because he probably won’t get to see his youngest son, Prince Harry, who will be coming back to the UK to testify in a trial related to a phone hacking scandal.

Inside King Charles's Remote Romanian Retreat
King Charles in Romania

Following his arrival in Bucharest, he praised Romania for its efforts to preserve its “incomparable richness of nature.”

I have grown to adore Romania, he added, “your culture and art, your tradition and history, your beautiful landscapes and priceless biodiversity. Romania has preserved an unmatched wealth of natural beauty in its historic woods, beautiful countryside, and via some amazing examples of sustainable farming.

This makes it even more valuable because it still supports numerous plant and animal species that have vanished or are endangered elsewhere in Europe and the rest of the world.

“But I value my Romanian friends here the most. I owe a great deal of gratitude to many members of this audience for their numerous acts of kindness and support of initiatives that benefit localities across the nation.

 

 

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