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This was my first visit back to the Castle in the Clouds in about 10 years. And, things were MUCH improved over my last visit. Getting into the home and rooms really helps to tell the story. Staff and volunteers were all so informative and...More
This was actually our 2nd visit to the Castle (4 years later) and it's worth the trip just for the view. The group that owns the Castle are working hard and continually updating so we got to see a new set of rooms. And since...More
We took a short trip to Moutonborough from Wolfeboro, NH to see the "Castle in the Clouds". It is such a breathtaking view and amazing home nestled almost in the clouds. It is a beautiful historic home with many interesting details. There is also a...More
Visiting Castle in the Clouds is a wonderful step back in time. The house itself is beautiful, and extensive restoration work has brought it back to its former glory. It is a wonderful study in how the rich used to live. There were many progressive...More
Last year we went to Jazz Nite and it was really enjoyable. there was a $10 cover charge if you did not have dinner. the meals were very reasonably priced and it was a nice evening. we went back this year the menu had changed...More
We decided to go to Castle in the Clouds after receiving some tips from local residents. We are so glad that we made the decision to visit. The castle provides great views of the surrounding area. The cost is $15.00 per person for a trolley...More
This house is amazing and it has the best view of Lake Winnipesaukee from above. This man had some serious money and he knew how to spend it. Wow! The weather was perfect when we were here so we spent some time sitting in the...More
We decided to head to Castle in the Clouds for something to do! The weather was not great at all but it was still beautiful to see from such heights! You are directed to drive the path up to the first stop which is then...More
Castle in the Clouds was a rare treat!!! I can see why the Bride today chose this for her wedding! We were on a group tour and saw the wedding party coming up. The Castle is a 1914 Arts and Crafts Mansion Masterpiece!!!! The gardens...More
If you like architecture and mixed with some interesting history, please visit this wonderful treasure in the clouds. If you LOVE the arts and crafts movement, then you have to go. Everything about it from the helpful guides to the drive to the top was...More
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I am not sure. At the main gate I paid for admission to go and tour the castle. My son and his wife wanted to hike Mt. Roberts which is also on the grounds and I paid for them to tour the castle but they never got back from... More
I am not sure. At the main gate I paid for admission to go and tour the castle. My son and his wife wanted to hike Mt. Roberts which is also on the grounds and I paid for them to tour the castle but they never got back from hiking earlier enough to tour the castle. I will call them to ask that question as I plan to hike Mt. Roberts someday too without touring the castle. I will respond when I get the answer.