From historic train journeys to hotel-branded superyachts: The luxury travel industries back in fashion as world emerges from the COVID pandemic

The Downton Abbey television series has inspired a new group of fantasy travellers who yearn to holiday in stately mansions.

Across the UK, holidaymakers can pretend they are aristocrats by renting rooms in heritage-listed manor houses.

A range of new luxury hotels, trains and cruise ships have arrived to cater for tourists often referred to as uber-wealthy millennials.

The Downton Abbey saga was filmed 96km west of London at privately-owned Highclere Castle, near Newbury.

Up to 100,000 people a year experience the grandeur depicted in the show with guided tours.

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Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

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