Peek Inside the Glamorous Hotel Where Harry and Meghan's Guests Spent the Royal Wedding Weekend
It won't be his first time at the hotel. In fact, it was the site of another major milestone for Meghan and Harry.
When Harry played in the Audi Polo Challenge at Coworth Park Polo Club in May 2018, Meghan came along to watch — and the two were spotted sharing their first public kiss.
The polo fields were installed by Selfridge's owner Galen Weston, who acquired the property in the 1980's, As an avid polo fan himself, he incorporated the sport into Coworth Park's grounds.
There are also several restaurants and a spa on the property — the latter, pictured here.
And with polo fields nearby, so are horses! Guests can go for a morning ride on one of the many horses in Coworth Park's stables.
Guests have several options when it comes to where to spend the night at Coworth Park. The first is in the main building — a house that was once owned by a real English aristocrat, the Earl of Derby.
Due to the proximity of Coworth Park to Ascot Racecourse, the week of Royal Ascot in June is one of their busiest times — rooms can fill up a year in advance.
And each room comes equipped with a spacious copper tub.
What once served as the house's stables has been converted into suites sitting just a quick walk away from the main property.
The ultimate place to stay at Coworth Park is the Dower House: A private house with three bedrooms, kitchen, and ample sitting space. (A perfect option for Harry's last night as a bachelor, perhaps?)
The Dower House was built in 1776 — just a year after Coworth Park itself. The secluded house is surrounded by tall hedges, and situated a short drive away from the main property.
Guests can eat at several restaurants on site, including the Restaurant Coworth Park, which has one Michelin star, The Barn, and The Spatisserie — the eatery inside their spa.
A peek inside the Barn, one of the many restaurtants at Coworth Park.
And the Conservatory, a space inside the Restaurant Coworth Park with epic views of the sprawling grounds.