Every adult who aspired to be a king or queen as a child can realize his or her dreams by staying in a castle-turned-hotel. These rustic spaces around the world have been updated to suit the needs of the modern day traveler while still giving the feel of rich history and excess.
Oheka Castle Hotel & Estate in Long Island, NY was built in the 1920s and features ballrooms created for the lavish parties of times passed. The castle offers 32 rooms, each with their own classic design.
Dromoland Castle, Ireland is an incredible relic of the 16th century turned into a pristine luxury hotel. The space was once home to the O’Brien clan, features antique furnishings and also boasts 166 acres of manicured grounds.
Amberley Castle, England has 900 years of rich history and luxe suites with lavish furnishings. The grounds feature an 18-hole putting green, tree house, tennis courts and more. The picturesque facade and attentive staff will leave you feeling pampered, like you’ve returned to your home away from home.
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