Enjoying high ceilings, decorated with antiques and original works of art and a very spacious lounge area, the Prince of Wales Suite enjoy a spectacular view and look over the iconic nineteenth-century Parterre, designed by Fleming.
Located in the Main Mansion (second floor). There is a breathtaking view of the Parterre from the bedroom as well as from the large separate living room. There is also a large hall and a dressing area. The bathroom is very big with dramatic dark red frescoed decorations.
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A National Trust admission fee of £11.50 per person will be added to your bill (excluding National Trust members, with valid membership cards).
The History of the Prince of Wales Suite
Frederick, Prince of Wales (1707-1751), was the eldest son of George II, and father of George III.
In 1733 the Prince leased Cliveden from Lady Orkney and lived here until his death in 1751.
The Prince used Cliveden to escape the public life he led in London and to enjoy the company of his own family and friends. It was at Cliveden that the Prince received a blow in the chest from a cricket ball while playing with his children, which led to his early death.