3.0 on August 11, 2018
Overall not a bad overnight stay for us. Somethings you should note: You are staying in what was an estate for the wealthy. But almost 100 years ago. The manor has not been updated to many modern hotel amenities. Maybe best to stay in the spring or fall. The air conditioning in the rooms leaves a lot to be desired. If you park in lot 1 at night, make sure you have a flashlight or cell phone light. The walk to the inn is pitch dark. Its a lot of fun but some people could be unnerved by the darkness. However, the view of the nighttime sky is awesome. There is no food except for a simple breakfast. No eggs or anything like that. We had a great dinner at nearby Mt. Fuji Hibachi restaurant. If you go, make a reservation. All in all, we had a good overnight stay. I would come back in the fall. Not summer. The room was too warm for us until the early morning hours and the portable A/C in the room was very loud. It was fun to explore the manor and get a glimpse of how the wealthy lived a hundred or so, years ago. Sorry that we did not see any ghosts!
1.8 on May 25, 2018
What a disappointment. First off, the mansion and surrounding grounds are stunning. That being said, the amount of attention and care that went into converting the mansion into a hotel is comically minimal. It’s obviously an afterthought. Power went out during our stay. (Not their fault). But no flashlights were provided and was greeted with an attitude when inquiring about it. The innkeeper is miserable and should learn some basic social courtesies. Leaves on the floor of the room. NOTHING is provided. Brought our own jug of water. Bed was cheap (rocked and swayed like a survival raft every time me or my GF moved during the night). Anywho, not recommended.
3.6 on January 08, 2018
Great service, including breakfast, We had the whole place to ourselves! Absolutely beautiful facility - takes you back in time. The only problem we had was that you could not take a shower or bath - there was a problem with the hot water that day. Overall.enjoyed the visit.
4.2 on September 13, 2017
We had a wonderful time staying at the Skylands Manor. It was fun to explore and the staff was outstanding. Breakfast was great and plentiful. The grounds were beautiful as well. Would definitely recommend it.
4.8 on September 01, 2017
My friend and I stayed here for one evening. The Castle at Skylands Manor was beautiful, clean and the rooms were great (we felt fancy). The grounds were amazing, we had such a wonderful time just relaxing and enjoying the view. The staff were friendly, helpful and really made us feel welcome. The breakfast left a little to be desired as it was pretty basic and the coffee was weak (they might want to think about changing brands) but overall it was perfectly fine.
5 on March 13, 2017
This place is absolutely amazing! My boyfriend and I had such a great time. Only thing I recommend is getting an upgraded room such as the gatsby or better so you don't have to share a bathroom. This is how the place is designed. The staff was more than accommodating. Very nice and helpful. They went able and beyond to make sure we were good. There was a breakfast buffet in the morning with great food. It was truly and experience and very amazing! We though we'd be cold in the winter but the heat worked great! Can't wait to go back in the summer!
3.6 on February 23, 2017
We stayed in one of the rooms with a shared bathroom. My only complaint was that the doors both to the rooms and the bathrooms are a little quirky and slam shut pretty loudly so we didn't sleep well because we were regularly awakened by the slamming of bedroom or bathroom doors. Otherwise the castle and grounds were gorgeous! And everything, minus the room situation described above, was quiet and magical! It was a real treat to stay in a castle for a night :)
4.6 on January 08, 2017
Was looking to take my fiance somewhere for a night around Christmas time as I was home on military leave. Was recommended the Skylands Manor by my sister. Our stay was something we will never forget. The night we were there we were the only guests in the castle so the lovely innkeeper let us explore the empty rooms. I couldn't believe how antique and rustic they were. Amazing, to say the least. We stayed in the Knight's Suite (which I recommend as it's the only room with a canopy bed). My fiance loved it as it was a surprise for her. And not to mention the delicious meal the Innkeeper made for us. Spinach Crepes. 5 Star Quality service. 10/10 I would visit and stay the night again. Hopefully in the spring or summer when the flowers are in bloom.
4.0 on October 10, 2016
The place is magical, the service outstanding, grounds magnificant. Can't wait to return.
3.6 on August 18, 2016
Wonderful experience of historic home, castle and beautiful gardens. My second time at Skyland. This stay was in summer and hot. A/C should have been turned on before we arrived on 3rd floor. Took much more than the 30 minutes, we were told to become bearable! Breakfast selection was not as extensive as past and quiche rolls were not warm. Staff was pleasant and helpful. I love the grounds and historic castle setting.
3.2 on July 28, 2016
Upgraded to Imperial Room with Queen size bed. Our bathroom was just outside the room in hall with our own bathroom key. Stayed hot weekend July 22. Rooms have window a/c units, but ours was not working so good, which made sleeping a warm. Breakfast tea was cold, and they would not warm it up, even a little. Breakfast basic continental but good enough for me. Overall it is a historic 85 year old castle B&B with outstanding grounds you wont find anywhere. So don't expect Holiday Inn quality breakfast. Its very cool place, we will definitely be back again.
3.8 on July 05, 2016
We were very happy with our decision to stay at Skylands Manor vs. a hotel on our recent trip to Ridgewood. The grounds and manor were amazing and breakfast each morning beyond our expectations.
3.0 on June 20, 2016
The place is fabulous for atmosphere and beauty. But the lower cost rooms are very small and you share a bathroom and shower that's down the hall. Breakfast was basically a continental breakfast with nothing cooked. What was there was very good. The staff is very nice, and the grounds are fabulous! Good place for a ghost hunt or Renaissance themed party or wedding! We'll be back, but in a larger room or suite.
3.6 on June 15, 2016
I brought my 2 girls (8&9) to stay at a real castle. From the moment we arrived we fell in love. The castle and gardens are stunning. Our room was basic but still nice. The continental breakfast was delicious and the girls looked forward to it each morning. If you don't want to leave site you have 2 options for lunch and dinner Chinese and a pizza shop (pizza was delicious) or you can just drive and be at a restaurant within 10-15 mins. Staff was very accommodating and I would like to thank all of them expecially Margie for being so nice and helpful during our trip, she made it extra special for my girls. The castle ground are stunning and could easily take you all day to explore. It was like being in the movie The Secret Garden. You feel worried and stress slip away just looking at the amazing views. We have decided this needs to be an annual girls trip.
4.4 on May 20, 2016
We stayed the weekend for our anniversary; the castle, the grounds were beautiful!! You have to go to Shepard's Lake and Ringwood Manor. Also, we ate at a very good Irish Pub in Ringwood. Great place for a weekend get-away!!
3.4 on December 11, 2015
we had a really pleasant time at the Castle , the grounds are beautiful and the architecture and history are fascinating . My only complaint was the continental breakfast , kind of disappointing
4.0 on November 22, 2015
The castle was a great experience for the US, it was like being in Europe. We would have appreciated a cup of hot tea, coffee, glass of wine, cookies or something when we arrived and a better breakfast. That would make it classier as a B&B.
4.6 on July 29, 2015
My fiance who is stationed outside of NJ and I decided to stay a night at the manor. We enjoyed the surroundings like Sheppard's Lake and the Botanical Gardens. We asked if we could check in an hour earlier and the front desk personnel was helpful. Very serious, but helpful. Beware that they don't have a reliable taxi service in case you want to venture out for dinner. We drove to a local restaurant instead of getting a cab. The manor is gorgeous, for its age it is kept well. It is a bit dark, but the room we were in was beautiful. Nice king size bed with a very clean bathroom.The AC worked perfectly and there was TV as well. The room does not have a fridge. The manor keeper was extremely helpful and her customer service was one of the best I have experienced in a while. Later on that night around 9PM when we came back from dinner we asked for wine glasses. The keeper lit the lights to the outside patio so that we could enjoy the outside (great weather) and provided glasses so that we could enjoy our wine. Breakfast the next morning was simple but very well displayed. If you want to enjoy intimate and quiet time with your loved one or family this place is just beautiful. The rooms are quiet and you don't hear your neighbors or outside noise. Our stay was during July,with a lot of foot traffic and guests, yet it felt like we were the only ones there. I highly recommend Skylands Manor.
4.6 on June 14, 2015
The Castle is beyond gorgeous, the grounds are magical, and the staff was very friendly and accommodating. All my fellow guests were very friendly, too. I had a delightful stay. My one critique is that, while the website states they offer wi-fi and wired internet, and I even called to confirm that before I booked, it was not the case when I arrived. I'm a writer, and came to the Castle on a solo writing retreat. There was zero wi-fi in my room; when I asked about it, the innkeeper told me I could get a good signal by sitting in a chair in the lobby that faced the business office. Not very practical! In all, I had a wonderful stay at the Castle and would recommend it to anyone. I just wish b&b's were more careful when making claims about internet connectivity—sometimes it really makes a difference!
3.6 on June 14, 2015
We live 10 miles from NYC in the throngs of metro-suburbia. For us to drive 40 minutes and be in the NJ Botanical Gardens spending the night in a castle, this is a fun, fun treat! When we arrived at the castle at the appointed time, Jack our host and innkeeper with wife Sandy, was collecting candles, as a tree had fallen on electrical wires somewhere on the property and there was a brown out. Oh my! I had an immediate image of my husband and I cascading down the ornate corridors in the night... bathed in candle and moonlight :) How's that for a change... so close to home, yet so far far away!! The power came back on long before that ever happened, oh well! The garden closes to the public at 8pm., after which we enjoyed a picnic supper on a beautiful lawn... no one around. Breakfast was nothing special, only cold food, no protein all carb- too bad b/c we saw the brochure the catering company who runs Skylands Manor puts out for events and the food is high end. Nevertheless, we will return! Thank you Sandy and Jack for your warm hospitality!
4.0 on May 30, 2015
If you can afford the bigger rooms with bathroom inside, go for it. They are wonderful! Simply magical. We stayed at the $99 rooms with bathroom on the floor but there was a sink in our room which makes all the difference. Not all have a sink. Overall we go to Skylands regularly each year for our annuversary because the mansion is beautiful and the gardens are just pure joy. Visit the Ringwood Manor nearby and take the tour (just $3 entry fee). There's plenty of stuff to do around Skylands in addition to the gardens. We went skeet shooting and took an easy hike in the woods. Good resaurants a few miles away (Prime 15 -amazing!). Just one of our favorite places to stay. As long as you don't expect classical hotel service, which there isn't. A lot of privacy though. Perfect.
3.4 on May 29, 2015
My wife and I travel extensively on a modest/moderate budget. We recently went on a "castle tour" in Ireland, staying at Adare Manor and Ashford Castle. This experience is similar enough to be very satisfying. Stonework exterior, a few grand common rooms, landscaped grounds, unique special guest rooms and perfectly acceptable regular rooms. David provided a fine tour for those of us who arrived late in the evening. We stayed one night while traveling north, booking an inexpensive room with a shared bath and had no inconveniences. We concur with the positive reviews on tripadvisor.
4.0 on April 21, 2015
My husband and I stayed here for a wedding that was also at the venue. The staff was amazingly helpful. They accommodated so many of my unusual requests (storing breastmilk for baby, filling water bottles,, etc.). The rooms and common areas were elegant, yet had a homey feel. The bed was very comfortable and breakfast was delicious. I can't comment on the regular onsite dining because we were there for an event which provided food and drinks (which were great). The bathroom was not ideal because the sink stopped up quickly and the running water had an odd color. The staff filled up bottles for me to use, so we worked around it.
5 on March 23, 2015
We had another wonderful time staying here. It is a magical place with an outstanding innkeeper whom always makes our stay special!
2.4 on February 25, 2015
The manor is interesting, but, the accommodations disappointing. Impossible to control room temperature, peeling paint in bathroom with quaint, but, poorly performing fixtures, tiny TV, can't open the windows, and what was that smell?
4.0 on January 30, 2015
My husband and I recently stayed at the Castle which is right in the middle of State of New Jersey owned land and it was just wonderful.It was peaceful and the owner went out of his way to come us comfortable. We were told about the history of the Manor and given a tour with lots of little details .I can only imagine what it would be like to having your wedding reception here...like a fairy tale.We would definitely go back !
4.2 on January 23, 2015
the inkeeper was so nice. The building was very well kept and felt like going back in time. Not many hotels can give you that experience!
4.8 on January 16, 2015
I had a business and personal trip butting up against each other and needed shelter for one night. Thank goodness I found this place! The staff were so accomadating with my needs--especially when I had to wait for my next ride. The rooms are charming--it's not every day you spend the night in an honest to goodness castle. And the grounds of the manor and the park are wonderful. Just truly relaxing. I'm going to recommend all my friends from the DC area check this place out.
4.4 on November 19, 2014
Beautiful, clean, noisy near fire door.woild have liked a breakfast that was not buffet.
4.0 on November 16, 2014
I had a wonderful romantic get away with my girlfriend, friendly staff, who gave great recommendations for food options. My Girlfriend and I are already planning out next trip...Would recommend to anyone wanting a wonderful stay and a charming place
3.6 on November 04, 2014
Beautiful grounds- beautiful "castle"--disturbed at sight of elderly wedding guests arriving and stairs merely pointed out to them-no assistance with luggage ( my husband volunteered and made four trips up and down - one guest assumed he worked there and offered a tip! Room was beautiful - included breakfast wonderful ! One awkward point - we reserved a room with a private bath- however it was down the hall and while it had a small plaque designating it as "our" bathroom -wedding guests were using it all night long and one used my makeup! I packed up and removed our personal belongings at 1030pm after that !!
3.6 on November 03, 2014
My daughter and son in law were married at Skylands Manor. Very charming surroundings.
4.0 on October 27, 2014
Our recent stay at the Castle at Skylands Manor was wonderful!! We were celebrating our 40th wedding anniversary. We were married there, at the small chapel by Shepards Lake, and had our reception at The Castle,40 years before! And before it was a Bed and Breakfast! The staff helped me pick the perfect room; The King Alfred Suite. Forty years before, I had dressed and had pre-wedding pictures taken in the Queen Antoinette room.Now the Queen Anne room in included with the "Wedding Package", and a wedding was being held there on that Saturday - which was kind of nice thinking they had picked "Our day". The staff was very helpful with local restaurants and other activities and the AM continental breakfast was very nice and held in the same room our reception cocktail party was held in!. Our room/suite was kept in the "old English" Manor house style and just took us back to that era. We just had a wonderful time reminiscing about our own wedding day. The staff was very accommodating and gracious. They showed us all the downstaris rooms which had been restored, and also the rooms where we had pictures taken. The gardens were as beautiful as ever and the weather was fantastic. It was like a dream come true to stay there for our anniversary.
4.0 on September 25, 2014
My fiancé discovered The Castle while searching for accommodations for our visit to West Point. At just 40 minutes away, how could we pass up the chance to stay in a CASTLE? I was so impressed with the keeping of the grounds which must be tricky this time of year with leaves etc. The property was stunning and the perfect way to unplug (while still having access to everything we needed). David is a wonderful host and treated us to a personal tour while balancing the myriad other things he does to keep the space looking clean and welcoming. We will definitely be back, and are telling all of our friends!
5 on September 04, 2014
My girlfriend and I arrived just before sunset on a Friday night and this place, also on the site of the NJ botanic gardens, is magical for those who appreciate history, nature and gardens. We stayed in one of the lowest priced rooms with a shared communal bathroom and everything was very clean and new. Incredible value all around. Perfect for those coming from the south and planning on touring the Hudson Valley afterwards. I would like to come back around the holidays when the building is decorated.
3.2 on August 27, 2014
The staff and service were amazing, as was the view (WOW!). The rooms were also very comfortable. The excellent!!!!: When I say that the staff and service were amazing, I mean it. They were nice, engaging, and made me feel at home during my stay. I had no issues with the room while I was there, and walking around the castle (inside and out) was a lot of fun. There are a lot of really neat things to see on the grounds; I'd highly recommend walking through the gardens when things are blooming. The bad: Breakfast was kind of a raw deal though (only stayed one night, so I'm not sure if this is the norm or not). Food came out cold, didn't taste great, and some of the coffee cups were sticky. I don't like talking to the staff when problems like this come up, but I bet they would address the issue if you're the type to address things. The surrounding area takes a while to get to, in terms of food, so I'd recommend bringing your own meals if you want to eat on the cheap, or ordering out in advance (there are places that deliver, and the staff is more than willing to make recommendations). Breakfast is not a deal breaker for me, so I didn't let this ruin the experience. All in all, if I had more money I would have stayed longer. The place is pure eye candy - I want to visit again just so that I can walk around.
4.2 on August 06, 2014
My wife and I stayed in the Gatsby Room for our anniversary and we had a wonderful time. The room was beautiful and spacious. David was a terrific host and very accommodating with our requests. The only slight issue I had was the bathroom is in need of a little help. I was okay with it but I could see how someone may have issue with it (I know it's a classic setting and it's difficult to do these things and still keep the charm) Other than that the stay was great. On top of the rooms, it is set in a beautiful outdoor setting with great views and there is a lot to take in if you like the outdoors. Definitely going back.
3.4 on August 03, 2014
Recently, my girlfriend and I spent the night at the Castle, and overall, it was a great experience. Our room and the gardens were beautiful! While everything wasn't perfect (there was some debris in the bathtub, and breakfast, while very good, didn't offer much variety), I highly recommend the Castle for its ambiance and picturesque quality.
3.8 on July 17, 2014
This was the first time at being in a Bed and Breakfast and I must say it was nice and relaxing. David the night time host is excellent with a great sense of humor!! I will definitely visit again!
5 on July 16, 2014
I had an evening of a lifetime at the spectacular Skylands Castle. After arriving late, almost midnight, from an exhausting drive, I was expecting an irritated host to sweep me into my room and tell me checkout was 9. Instead we were greeted by David, the epitome of true fun and hospitality. He not only made us feel comfortable and at ease, but placed his own comfort aside in order to make it an evening to remember. At our gentle request, David gave us a midnight tour of the castle under what conveniently was a full moon. He gave history, jokes, and was delightful. I will absolutely return to Skylands manor, and can only hope for a quarter of the experience I was gifted with the first time. This place is truly just as magical as it appears to be. If you want a fairy tale, come here!
5 on July 15, 2014
We were guests at the castle on July 12 for the occasion of my daughter's 25th birthday. We weren't able to arrive until very late- almost midnight-but our welcome was an amazing one. A gentleman named David treated us more like personal friends than as mere hotel guests who had arrived at such a late hour! His gracious courtesy made our stay very memorable. The beauty of the castle and grounds was much enhanced by the information he happily shared with us. Our stay here was exceptionally wonderful, and I would recommend it to anyone.
4.0 on July 09, 2014
Nice place, not modern, but charming. The great location and service made it a good stay.
4.8 on July 07, 2014
Beautiful grounds, Very interesting historical building. Really enjoyed our visit.
3.6 on June 24, 2014
Was a good stay
3.6 on June 11, 2014
We would like to thank David for being kind & helpful. The service at dinner was also good but the cocktail hour service could use some help. Adding an extra person to each station or the more difficult ones would prevent the long wait times. A lot of food went to waist when the service stopped. The wedding we attended was very nice. This property has a lot to offer and the grounds are well kept. Great for photos and to just simply relax.
2.8 on May 30, 2014
It was just what you would expect from an old Castle, no working shower. The room was cozy though. I had expectations for a pool table in the billiard room and an omelet station for breakfast (that was listed on the web site). That was a little disappointing.
4.6 on May 07, 2014
4.2 on April 21, 2014
I travel often for business, and while the Castle at Ringwood is not the typical traveller's hotel, it is a wonderful place to stay. David, Dawn, Lisa and Linda are all wonderful. I've been there several times already and I feel so at home. David is the best! The staff gave me wonderful care when I was sick. It is an older structure so it lacks a little in amenities (Wifi is spotty, not all rooms have desks/tables), but the service more than makes up for it. I have enjoyed all my stays there.
5 on April 12, 2014
We spent one night at The castle and everything was wonderful. The Castle is beautiful and David is a warm , friendly and wonderful host who makes you feel completely comfortable in his home ND
4.6 on November 01, 2013
Enjoyed the fall foliage and atmosphere. Staff was friendly. Rooms were cool would have like a warmer room at night.
4.4 on October 29, 2013
Ignore all the bad things you read about Skylands Manor. It has an old world charm that you won't find anywhere else. Our room was clean and beautiful. Exploring was not only allowed, but encouraged. Our hosts were excellent from check in to check out. Breakfast exceeded my expectations. It had read some bad reviews about the breakfast in particular. So I expected much less. It was bountiful and delicious! Yes it has it's flaws as far as chipped paint (you really had to look for it) and outdated bathroom fixtures (that added to the charm of the room). I've stayed at 5 star resorts that had these problems. Skylands Manor is well worth the price.
4.2 on September 18, 2013
Colin was an excellent host. Would have loved a coffee maker in the room.
3.0 on September 15, 2013
We went to the Castle at Skyland Manors for a wedding. The rooms are old but you have to expect that since it is a Castle. We were on the 3rd floor with no elevators and the parking lot is pretty far away. The wedding was outstanding. Overall it was a good expierence.
4.4 on August 31, 2013
Our stay was fabulous! The Castle is really charming and the gardens are beautiful. The breakfast was really delicious! I would absolutely go back.
3.6 on August 31, 2013
Room was delightful, clean and true to the castle design. Value was wonderful. The room was clean with plenty of bath linens. Breakfast was great and relaxing! The gardens were beautiful, relaxing and great to stroll through with all the statues and fountains and benches.
4.6 on August 12, 2013
We were in the area for the renaissance faire in Tuxedo Park, so we booked this place to keep the theme of the weekend and we were glad we did. The scenery was amazing, the gardens, fountains and statues gave the place a serene and peaceful feel even while other people were around. The manor itself was amazing, with a historic yet cozy feel to it. The staff was pleasant and helpful. The breakfast was full of interesting choices with several rooms to eat if you wanted privacy, or out on the patio to enjoy the morning. This is a must stay for couples who enjoy this kind of place, we will definitely be coming back soon!
5 on July 30, 2013
This place is absolutely wonderful. We had the most amazing weekend getaway. From the beautiful grounds, to the over accommodating staff, this place is a must stay. I can't wait to return!
4.4 on July 17, 2013
We found the B&B quite clean and the proprietor to be very friendly and helpful. He went out of his way to meet our needs. The breakfast that was served was delightful. His cooking was terrific.
3.8 on June 08, 2013
My husband and I were guests at the castle June 4-6. We felt like we were in Tuscany, Italy! The castle is remarkable! We both said "wow!" when we entered the front drive. Please do yourself a favor and visit this place. The gardens are gorgeous with fountains, roses, flowers of all kinds and manicured lawns. Here's a good example, there is a hosta garden with 129 different types of hostas! Colin, the innkeeper, is also the chef for breakfast. Be sure and come hungry! His scrambled eggs are seasoned with sea salt he orders from France and he uses a blend of 4 peppers too. Now, let me tell you about his scones. He made 3 kinds, cinnamon, blueberry and raspberry with white chocolate. I have had lots of scones, but these were the best I had ever had. We cannot speak too highly of this place! We loved our time there and hope to visit again soon.
4.2 on January 07, 2013
The rooms were very nice and all decorated differently which allowed a unique feel. It was winter, however, so some rooms were very cold. Overall, our entire staff enjoyed the intimate dinner and stay.
4.6 on December 10, 2012
Once again I enjoyed my overnight stay at Skylands Manor . Mr Peter and Mr Bob assured my comfort , I enjoyed breakfast in the great hall with music and lovely decor .
4.0 on July 13, 2012
We stayed one night for a short little getaway from everyday life. The rooms are absolutely gorgeous, as are the grounds. The breakfast wasn't very exciting but that wasn't why we went so it wasn't too much of a let down.
4.4 on July 08, 2012
We had a fantastic experience staying at Skylands Manor! The property is amazing; it was like we were staying in a real castle. The grounds are breathtaking too. It definitely felt like a very special place, and we would love to return. It's a bit strange that the only staff we encountered was one guy in shorts and a t-shirt who reluctantly showed us to our room. But otherwise it was 5 star.
4.4 on June 19, 2012
We had the best time this past weekend. A wedding event that turned out wonderful. The event coordinator did a great job and we know that is key to a large event. Would recommend having a wedding here!
4.2 on May 23, 2012
A unique get away in the middle of a NJ botanical garden. Perfect for a weekend trip. The rooms are lovely and comfortable. We stayed in the black and white Gatsby room and loved it! It was equally fun exploring the grounds and the castle/manor itself. Breakfast was better than we expected. Staff were minimal - which suited us - so don't expect to be doted on.
4.6 on May 21, 2012
Wow, what an amazing time. The castle takes you to a serene place with its romantic decor and lush gardens. Don't forget to stop by Warwick Winery and taste test their hard ciders. On the ride from Philadelphia, PA we took the backroads stopping along the way at local mom and pop shops for some one of a kind souveniers. The staff at the castle was very friendly and well versed in the local area. Tour the grounds of Ringwood Manor if you get a chance. It is equally relaxing. Have free continental breakfast complete with eggs, bacon, muffins and coffee on the patio overlooking the lush grounds. Will definitely visit again. If you are considering having a wedding here, the setting is more than appropriate and the rooms just as they appear in pictures!
3.2 on May 15, 2012
We stayed in the King's Room. Very expensive but very elegant. Huge. A really lovely experience to actually sleep IN such a place that normally you would just look at from behind velvet ropes. The staff was courteous but not overly so. We asked for an early check in, no one got back to us after saying they would call us back. When we got there they knew that we wanted early check in but room wasn't ready. That was ok because they let us leave our luggage there, but then they left our room wide open so people looking around the castle were in our room with our LUGGAGE right there. Wasn't too happy about that at all. The place is beyond exquisite though as far as elegance, ambiance and location. But there is an air of deterioration that needs to be tended to. Molding in our room was dusty, so were all the fake plants. In the eating area there was a chunk of wall that was rotted and water down one side. Our room the ceiling was coming down, looks like water damage and in the morning one chair was covered with all sorts of white powder from the plaster. I found that so odd when you consider the place was so gorgeous. That really should be tended to. We were also left only ONE towel, even though there were two of staying there. Another oddity? And at breakfast the eggs were ice cold in the buffet. I don't mean to beat this up - it was amazing and wonderful but the staff could do more to make it special and the repairs that need to be made should be tended to, but I would definitely go again and would definitely recommend to anyone.
5 on December 06, 2011
My stay at the Manor was most enjoyable!I recieved excellent attention and so look forward to making it a tradition. I was able to stay in my favorite room and the full breakfast was amazing especially the coffee !!!!!!
4.8 on November 25, 2008
We had our daughters wedding there lat weekend and it was over the top, the Castle is amazing and the overnight rooms were a dream