Above: The Prince of Wales's Guesthouse in Transylvania

Since he first visited Transylvania in 1998, Britain’s Prince Charles has acquired several properties in the region. When the prince is not in residence, his cottages in the countryside outside the village of Valea Zălanului, in the foothills of the Carpathian Mountains, are run as The Prince of Wales’s Guesthouse, where one can rent either an entire cottage or just a room for the night.

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