I’M A Celeb fans have enjoyed a change of scene this year due to Covid, with contestants swapping the hot jungle of Australia to a castle in Wales.
While you can’t stay at Gwrych Castle, you can instead buy one of many castles in the UK to live instead – with some for less than £400,000.
Craigcaffie Tower, Wigtownshire – £395,000
One of the biggest bargains is Craigcaffie Tower, with just three bedrooms along with a kitchen, pantry, and sitting room and playroom.
Built in 1570, it was previously a holiday let but is now on the market – and cheaper than the average home in London.
Tullich Lodge, Aberdeenshire – £1.45m
The seven-bedroom castle was a former hunting lodge and hotel during the Victorian times.
Originally built in 1897, there are now 56 acres of woodland, as well as a detached three bedroom cottage.
Coupland Castle, Northumberland – £1.9m
Dating back to the late 16th century, Coupland Castle is an 11-bedroom estate, along with two, three-bedroom lodges and stables.
You can retire to the drawing room, library, one of many reception rooms or even head to the wine cellar.
Glandyfi Castle, Powys – £2.85m
Previously used for weddings and events, the ten-bedroom and ten-bathroom Glandyfi Castle in Wales is for sale.
The fairytale-like rooms include the tower room with a vaulted ceiling and gold arch windows or the more modern atrium and kitchen.
Auchendennan House, Dunbartonshire – £3.75m
The A-listed Auchendennan features not one, but two turrets, with 55 acres of land and overlooking the famous Loch Lomond.
The best parts of the house is the library, featuring designs from the renowned Charles Rennie Mackintosh, as well as the conservatory with olive trees and grape vines.
Mamhead House, Devon – £7.95m
First mentioned in the Domseday Book, the 16-bedroom estate is known for its beautiful grounds, which includes a sunken Italian garden and fountain.
Across the 164 acres, the castle has five main reception rooms as well as five extra reception rooms and six offices.
Here are some other castles you can rent in the UK, starting from just £9 each, per night.
You can even stay in a 19th century castle in rural England with 15 friends – and a Rapunzel-style castle – for just £13 a night.
Fancy just a day trip? Take the kids to Warwick Castle with live re-enactments.