You can rent the luxurious Marbella estate where Boris Johnson is holidaying for £22k a week

So, here’s where Boris Johnson has been staying (Picture: Red Savannah / Torre de Tramores)

You’ve probably seen the photos of Boris Johnson painting sunsets on a balcony in Spain, on that holiday that is ‘important for the whole country’, apparently.

While there are many, many questions to be asked about the prime minister’s jaunts in Marbella, there’s one in particular that might have popped up: where actually is he?

Well, here’s the answer: Boris, Carrie, and 17-month-old Wilf have headed to a hillside villa owned by Zac Goldsmith, called Torre Tramores.

And the good news, if you’ve gazed upon the pics and found yourself deeply envious of our mop-haired leader, is you can rent the same place… as long as you can front upwards of £22,000 a week.

What would you get for such a grand amount of cash? Let’s break it down.

Torre Tramores is made up of a massive manor house sat on 600 acres of private gardens and woodlands, tucked away by the village of Benahavís.

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The historic property has a 580ft altitude and sits up in the mountains – but still within easy reach of Marbella’s beaches (Picture: Red Savannah / Torre de Tramores)
It’s set in 600 acres of woodlands (Picture: Red Savannah / Torre de Tramores)
And it’s as dreamy as you’d expect for upwards of £22k a week (Picture: Red Savannah / Torre de Tramores)

Location-wise, it’s pretty dreamy, in an area that has been deemed ‘The Superstars’ Cul-de-Sac’ thanks to all the mega-rich and famous people who own holiday homes there.

It’s just a short drive to Marbella’s best beaches, where you can soak up all the sun, sea, and sand with all the elites, but also gives you a secluded feel thanks to its altitude of 580ft in the mountains.

Guests might not really want to explore outside the estate, mind you, as it’s pretty much got everything you’d need for a relaxing – and very luxurious – holiday.

There are multiple pools to take a dip in (Picture: Red Savannah / Torre de Tramores)
And spots to soak up the sun or relax in the shade (Picture: Red Savannah / Torre de Tramores)
You can enjoy the tennis courts – or table tennis, in the games room (Picture: Red Savannah / Torre de Tramores)
The website says it’s great for families, but young children will need to be watched closely as there are multiple fountains and streams (Picture: Red Savannah / Torre de Tramores)

In terms of outside space, you’ve got the woodlands to wander around, plus two swimming pools, a tennis court, and a heli-pad.

There’s also a small organic farm for sustenance, and clear springs and streams – all forming picturesque landscapes to inspire your paintings.

There are, as you’d expect, lots of sunbeds and secret spots to bathe in sun or shade.

A personal chef is included (Picture: Red Savannah / Torre de Tramores)
And housekeeping, too (Picture: Red Savannah / Torre de Tramores)

Head inside and you’ll find a games and TV room, in case you aren’t keen on making the most of the hot weather. This has a pool table, darts, a TV, and table tennis.

The property sleeps 18 guests across the main house; which has three large double bedrooms, one medium double bedroom, and one single bedroom, an apartment, and an annexe.

The home can sleep 18 guests (Picture: Red Savannah / Torre de Tramores)
Take your pick from the main house, the annexe, and the apartment (Picture: Red Savannah / Torre de Tramores)
They’re all posh, worry not (Picture: Red Savannah / Torre de Tramores)
You can book a stay for £22k a week (Picture: Red Savannah / Torre de Tramores)

There are also plenty of plush sitting rooms to lounge in, and large kitchens for cooking up family feasts.

The website promises that the house offers a ‘sophisticated but relaxed setting’, describing it as a ‘secret paradise’ that ‘offers both an intimate retreat from the city and busyness of modern life, and a wonderful place to celebrate a special occasion or host family and friends’.

Included in the cost is wifi (of course), a resident chef, and housekeeping.

And that cost, as we mentioned, is on the steep side. A week’s stay in November is available for £21,910, but this goes up to £28,547 over the Christmas period.

If that’s small change to you (congratulations), you can book through Red Savannah.

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