Inside the luxury Carden Park hotel where I'm a Celebrity stars stay after leaving camp

The Cheshire hotel boats four restaurants and so much more

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I'm a Celebrity stars are usually put up in 5* luxury at the Versace hotel once they leave the jungle in Australia – but this year it's a luxury hotel in Cheshire now that the show has moved to Gwrych castle in Wales.

Recently eliminated campmates Hollie Arnold and Ruthie Henshall are already enjoying the perks of being evicted early as they soak up the stunning surroundings and luxury options available to them at Carden Park hotel.

News of the celebrities' swanky stay, near Chester, was revealed by Ross King on today's Good Morning Britain.

Just an hour's drive away from Wales, the hotel sits on 1,000-acres and boasts four luxury restaurants, with all of the food overseen by executive head chef Graham Tinsley MBE. 

Guests are able to choose between formal dining options such as the hotel's AA rosette Redmond's Restaurant or more relaxed venues such as Morgan's Bar.

There's also a huge golf course, £12million spa facility and a vineyard. Guests can enjoy tailored evenings. 

There are a number of lavish suites boasting idyllic views of the Cheshire countryside as well as a sleek living room complete with a 50 inch flat screen TV and a fireplace.

There's also cosy robes, a nespresso machine and a Sonos sound system. The en-suite bathrooms include a walk-in rainfall shower or large tub.

Rooms at Carden Park start at £89, with suites from a reasonable £189, while treatments at the spa will set you back around £45.

Jenni McKnight is a beauty, lifestyle and entertainment journalist and a regular contributor to woman&home, having previously worked as Acting Senior Content Editor of our former sister site, CelebsNow. She has also written for HELLO! Magazine, GoodToKnow, the Daily Mirror and Yahoo!