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My husband and I just returned from our anniversary trip here. We stayed 2 nights in the Candlemakers Cottage, and everything was fantastic! From the second we checked in, the staff was friendly and helpful. The woman who checked us in (I forget her name)...More
My husband and I took a trip with our gaming group friends. Our friends stayed in the actual castle above the main dining hall. We stayed in the Cinderella suite, which is “attached” by a garden wall. Basically, it’s a large castle themed room only...More
Had a wonderful time staying in the castle, even though I woke up to snow flurries in mid April. They have all kinds of games and books you can borrow. The staff was very pleasant and breakfast was good. I would stay again.
I stayed with my two children for one night in the Clocktower. We walked around the grounds some but didnt do any hiking on the trails. They have a swing that my daughters enjoyed. The medieval decorations were really neat and staying here was a...More
My husband and I stayed for one night, in the Queen Elizabeth room. It was exactly as the pictures.
The location is amazing, very different and extremely peaceful and private. We normally do not go to B&B’s but this place was worth the chance we...More