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There is a charge to get in, but it is well worth it. As you drive up to the castle, you first stop at the 50 foot waterfall. Great place for pictures. After you park, a shuttle bus takes you to the castle. What a...More
This attraction is a bit pricey, especially for a family. The road up needs some work, but don't miss the short, easy walk to the waterfalls or the overlooks. The castle is interesting. We had visited with our children about 10 years ago, and renovations...More
This is an interesting experience. Admission for adults is $16 (seniors, $12), which grants you admission to the main mansion (not a castle), the Carriage House (part way up, where you transfer to a small shuttle bus), and a number of easy trails.
My wife and I stopped here on our way to North Conway to celebrate our wedding anniversary. It starts out with a walking trail to leads up to a water fall and other hiking trails that were once part of a recreation area in the...More
We spent the week with our friends who own a beautiful home on Lake Winnipesauke. One rather dreary day we decided to explore and ended up at the Castle. We had a great lunch at the restaurant and enjoyed to amazing views of the entire...More
While renting a great home in Moultonborough we decided to visit the Castle yesterday. It costs $16 per adult and is well worth the charge. Where else can you see an early 1900s . exclusive get away in the same condition it was back at...More
Beautiful views and great food at restaurant. We did not tour the "castle" but did visit the fish pond and rode the horses. Zeus, the largest horse in the world is in the stables and not to be missed. The trail ride was wonderful, guide...More
My Mom and I tour a new Historical place in NH each year. I had plenty of opportunities to visit this one when I was a teen-young 20's age but had no interest. Last summer, me being 30-something now, I enjoyed the history and innovativeness...More
Went here and got a little lost getting to it! The road up to the castle is very small and steep. We had lunch at the restaurant which has the most amazing views. The food was very good as well - I had the portobella...More
I went to the Castle about 20 years ago and my return visit was not a disappointment. The best part was that you were allowed in to the actual rooms...There was also plenty of pleasant attendants to answer questions and offer tid bits of knowledge....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.