Sure to reign an Instagram feed near you, the walls are decked in lavish botanical-inspired paper while the bath is crying out for your recreation of Princess Margaret's now-famous tiara-in-the-tub shoot.
Guests will be offered afternoon tea upon arrival in the very place where the beloved British tradition reportedly originated in the 1840s. But make sure not to fill up on too many cucumber sandwiches, as dinner will be served in the State Dining Room.
A drinks reception will later be held in the library which The Crown fanatics are sure to recognise from the small screen and with the delightful four-poster bed awaiting you, there will be no royal hangovers on the agenda.
The lavish Leicestershire property is currently home to the 11th Duke and Duchess of Rutland and has also featured heavily on screen in the likes of The Young Victoria, The Da Vinci Code and Victoria & Abdul.
"It was a great honour to have The Crown filming in our home for a third season," the Duchess of Rutland previously said.
"We are delighted to have some of the best costume makers and directors using Belvoir and some of our favourite rooms, such as the Elizabeth Saloon, used as replicas for Windsor Castle scenes," she continued. "We wish this series, as with all the previous series, huge success."
The King's Suite is available for three one-night stays for up to two guests on December 31, 2019, January 11 and January 25, 2020 for £300 (approximately $574).