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Lower Silesian Castle Delighted To Host Ed Sheeran

Managers of a Lower Silesian castle have revealed that they recently hosted English pop-superstar Ed Sheeran.

Sheeran stayed in at Castle Rajsko, which is about 2 hours away from Wrocław by car. The castle is located nearby lake Leśniańskie and the small town of Bożkowice. Most of the castle grounds are in ruins, however some sections of it have been transformed into a hotel. 

It is possible to book 5 bedrooms at the rebuilt castle (hosting a maximum of 10 people) for around 3,700zł per night. 

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According to a post by Zamek Rajsko’s Facebook page, Sheeran spent the best part of a week in the castle. During this time he visited the surrounding area, tried local specialties and participated in a medieval concert. 

Finally, we can reveal the secret that many of you have been curious about for a few days. Well, it’s the truth. ED SHEERAN (#edsheeran) was on holiday in Poland. What’s more, the purpose of his journey was to visit Castle Rajsko (#CastleontheHill). He and his closest friends spent 6 days with us. During this time he visited the local area, walked in the woods, played some board games 😉 and just … well relaxed. We prepared various attractions for him, such as knight shows (#KrakowskieBractwoGrodzkie), and a concert of medieval music that he actually joined in with (#RocalFuza). Ed enjoyed Polish cuisine; the dishes, including special roasted wild boar, were served by our chef (#SzymonPrzystupa) and the Polish wines (#MichałPajdosz) came from the Jakubów vinery.

Just think, Ed was able to choose any place in the world for his holiday – warm seas, deserted beaches, palmstrees, and yet he chose our own Rajsko Castle. When he left us, he assured us that he was very satisfied with this stay. We do not know if he will come back to us one day, but we are very happy that we could meet him and see he is a very nice guy. We love you Ed!

Zamek Rajsko on Facebook

Ed Sheeran last visited Poland in August this year, when performed in Warsaw’s national stadium as part of his world tour. 

Gregor Gowans

The founder and editor of Wroclaw Uncut, Gregor has been running the website since its inception in 2012. A Wroclawian for almost 10 years, Gregor writes on a wide variety of topics including, food & drink, nightlife, local news and politics. He is also a regular guest on Radio Ram's Sunday lunch programme.

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