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Castle Bed and Breakfasts in the Western U.S.

Bed and breakfast inns with a medieval flair


Spending the night in a castle sounds incredibly romantic -- and you can do it on your next vacation. The innkeepers at these castle bed and breakfasts are waiting to welcome you.

This page lists castle bed and breakfasts in the western United States. Page one of this feature highlights the eastern United States and Canada, and page two includes castle inns in the middle United States.

We also have a feature about European castle bed and breakfasts.



Overlooking the Palomar Mountains and surrounded by a lemon orchard, Cupid's Castle in Pauma Valley, California, offers four rooms, each with a private balcony and Jacuzzi.


Built in 1889, Castle Marne in Denver, Colorado, is furnished with family heirlooms, antiques and reproductions. Of the nine guest rooms, three offer a hot tub on a private balcony and two feature an in-room whirlpool tub for two.


A whirlpool tub and fireplace are part of all 10 guest rooms at the Castle Creek Inn in Sandy, Utah, located 20 minutes from Salt Lake International Airport. The King's Lodge suite boasts a pool table and a 46-inch television with surround sound.


Manresa Castle in Port Townsend, Washington, was completed in 1892; with 30 rooms, it was the largest private residence ever built in Port Townsend. Since then, numerous renovations have taken place (there are now 43 bathrooms) and this inn offers a variety of rooms and suites as well as a restaurant and lounge, spacious gardens, and views of the Olympic and Cascade Mountains.

On American Lake in Lakewood, Washington, Thornewood Castle features six guest rooms, including the Presidential Suite, where Presidents Theodore Roosevelt and William Howard Taft have stayed. Among the amenities on the four-acre grounds are a sunken perennial English garden and an outdoor hot tub. According to the inn's owners, ghosts of the home's first residents make appearances at the 1911 English Tudor/Gothic mansion, which was the setting for the Stephen King miniseries Rose Red.

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