Another premium castle suite on the first floor is the Camelot Suite, one of the newly renovated suites that give guests the feeling of being in a secluded oasis. Designed to promote romance and relaxation, the room comes with the usual king-sized bed, a large flat screen TV, and a two-person walk-in shower. The Camelot Suite gives unique access to the wooded grounds of the Castle Kingdom via French doors. Guests also have a patio with tables and chairs where they can enjoy their meals or coffee.
The spacious 300 sq. ft. Crowning Suite offers original hardwood floors, wood burning fireplace and flaming candles as well as modern furniture. The place really sets the mood for guests to enjoy being at the top of the Castle, especially with the room’s skylight which gives a breathtaking view of the night sky. The complete set of amenities including the king-sized bed, the large whirlpool tub, wireless Internet, and flat screen TV will only make the stay more comfortable.
The Romeo and Juliet Suite is an Italian inspired suite that offers the kind of hand paintings seen on the ceiling and walls of a cathedral matched with a scheme of burgundy and rich gold colors. This romantic getaway comes with a two-person whirlpool tub, a king-sized bed, a private bathroom with shower, full gourmet breakfast, and more.
The Lady Guinevere Suite offers a very relaxing atmosphere for two, with a romantic canopy bed and soaring ceilings, a heart-shaped two-person whirlpool tub, and a romantic fireplace. The bathrooms are under a tiled ceiling and the private bathroom is set in a way that it gives off a nice outdoor feeling by being under the stars.
Still on the second floor is yet another unique 300 sq. ft. suite, the Royalty Suite. It gives the best of both worlds by mixing the elegance and charm of a century-old Castle with the modern comforts of Castle in the Country’s luxurious amenities such as the queen-size beds, two-person whirlpool tub, free wireless Internet, flat screen TV, and more.
For a great view of the Castle’s lush green lawns and countryside hills, there’s the Jewel Box Room. It has an eyebrow window that gives a great overlooking view, while the rest of the interior’s jewel toned colors promote lots of relaxing thoughts.
Finally, the Golden Tower provides a private haven on the third floor of an eight-sided turret. The interior glows a gold ambiance, giving off a fairy tale feeling while still having the comfortable amenities of all the other suites.
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