'Wow': Prince Charles' 'children’s paradise' at Dumfries House - 'absolutely fantastic'

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'Wow': PrinceCharles' 'children’s paradise' at Dumfries House - 'absolutely fantastic' SEE PICTURES BELOW👇🏡🌲

PRINCE CHARLES has many royal residencies stretching up and down the United Kingdom, including a couple of homes in Scotland. One such residence is called Dumfries House, and it has a very impressive garden.

and it is based up in Ayrshire, Scotland. Set on 2,000 acres, the stunning estate is part of The Prince's Foundation. In 2007 the estate was purchased for £45million by the Prince of Wales, including a £20million loan from the Prince's charitable trust.

Related articlesLynsey Crombie’s 29p trick to keep towels 'soft, fresh and fluffy'Today, on January 21, 2022, an adventure playpark inspired by Prince George's treehouse was opened by Prince Charles at Dumfries House.The 300-square metre nature-based playground is nestled six metres up among the trees on the estate in Ayrshire.

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Prince Charles and it is based up in Ayrshire, Scotland. Set on 2,000 acres, the stunning estate is part of The Prince's Foundation. In 2007 the estate was purchased for £45million by the Prince of Wales, including a £20million loan from the Prince's charitable trust. Related articles Lynsey Crombie’s 29p trick to keep towels 'soft, fresh and fluffy' Today, on January 21, 2022, an adventure playpark inspired by Prince George's treehouse was opened by Prince Charles at Dumfries House. The 300-square metre nature-based playground is nestled six metres up among the trees on the estate in Ayrshire. It features elevated rope bridges, a netting tunnel, two side-by-side racing slides and a tube slide. Commissioned by The Prince’s Foundation, the rustic park is designed to encourage children to immerse themselves in nature, boosting their physical wellbeing and mental health in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. READ MORE:  Prince Charles opens up a new adventure playpark in Dumfries House (Image: INSTAGRAM / CLARENCE HOUSE) The exterior of Dumfries House (Image: GETTY) The central play tower, made from sustainably sourced English chestnut, took inspiration from the treehouse at the Prince’s Gloucestershire home, Highgrove. The original, with a pointed thatched roof, was built as a den for Prince William’s seventh birthday in 1989, but Charles refurbished it for Prince George in 2015. The new treehouse at Dumfries House was also due to have a thatched roof, but this was switched in favour of cedar shingle to match the rest of the tower. Unlike other royal homes, Dumfries House is not intended as a residence for Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall. DON'T MISS: