Spend The Night In This Beautiful Castle Without Traveling Overseas
Who says you need to travel to Europe to stay in a beautiful castle? Now you can experience living like a princess without leaving U.S. soil. This cozy New England castle located in Ellington, Connecticut is the perfect destination for a romantic weekend getaway.
For only $30 per night per person, you and five of your Disney-loving friends can stay at this picturesque fortress that’s located on seven acres of private property — ideal for morning strolls and nighttime star-gazing.
The castle Airbnb was built in 1917 by a wealthy Ellington family whose members were inspired by a recent trip to England. It was later purchased and renovated in the early 2000s by an artist.
Every one of the three bedrooms in this fairytale home has a theme: there’s a jungle room, a Romeo and Juliet-themed room and an elegant burgundy room with a balcony and a bistro set. The fortress also has a cozy porch and an indoor fireplace, so you’ll find space to relax no matter the weather.
- Three bedrooms (with two queen beds and one double bed)
- Two and a half bathrooms
- Modern kitchen
- Dining room
- Living room with indoor fireplace
- Inside porch
- Private garden with fountain, gazebo and pond
- Free WiFi
- Free parking on premises
Here’s how to make this dream vacation a reality:
If you’re flying, the closest airport to your fantasy fortress is Bradley Airport in Hartford County, Connecticut — less than 30 minutes away from the Airbnb by car. Once at the airport, you can rent a car or take an Uber to the castle. Depending on where you live in the United States, driving to this dream destination might save you some money. Since there’s free parking available on the property, you won’t have to worry about finding a place to park, either.
So friends, when are we going?
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