My stay was way beyond expectation. The neighborhood is safe, quiet, friendly, with a hint of funky. There are several restaurants and bars within walking distance The Castle Marne is amazing, beautiful and in perfect condition. inside and out. It's decorated with furniture, rugs, lights, and woodwork that is exquisite. The bedrooms are unique and perfectly appointed. And the service from Louie, Melissa, and Jim was second to none. I travel over 120 days a year staying at four and five star hotels and B&Bs. I can't think of a single place that compares to Castle Marne. The entire stay felt like a magical dream. it's perfect for a romantic weekend, a family vacation, or even a business trip.
The combination of the beautifully restored historic home and the friendliness and warmth of the owners made this the best B&B that I have ever stayed. My husband and I were there for 6 days. The breakfasts were tasty and filling. The environment was beautiful and relaxing. Unfortunately, the ownership is changing soon, so I hope the new owners continue the same beautiful experience.
My fiancé (now wife) loves castles, and searched for a castle in the U.S. where you can get married. We are so thankful this one popped up. Every person on the staff went above and beyond for the wedding, as well as all the dinner and afternoon tea preparations. The room was very comfortable, and the ambiance of entire experience surpassed both of our expectations. We had the perfect wedding in the perfect location.
What a cool looking place ! We heard the whole description of what is needed to qualify as an actual castle ... main building on center of property, 2nd building for the horses (or cars), a ballroom for entertaining, lower level rooms for the male servants, upper level for the female servants. I think the structure had a requirement too (thus the plumbing was not in the walls). The staff was helpful and friendly. The hot tub was nice. Limited parking. The exposed water pipes took some getting used-to. One surprise extra was the umbrellas at the door - very handy on the rainy night during our stay. Good location ... we did a LONG walk to the capitol building plus short walks for drinks or dinners.
This is a lovely Victorian house in a quiet upmarket residential area about 1 1/2 miles from downtown Denver. There are plenty of restaurants and local shops nearby. We had booked a ground floor room but when we arrived the girl checking us in asked if we would mind being upgraded to another room as they had a guest who needed to be on the ground floor. Although the room was at the top of the house this was not a problem as it had a king sized bed and our original choice only had a queen size bed !!! The room was somewhat quirky in that it had a bath/jacuzzi bath in the bedroom a couple of feet away from the end of the bed. The room itself even with the bath in it was large and comfortable though it did not have a TV.There was also an ensuite bathroom which had a shower, loads of towels, toiletries, hairdryer & bathrobes. The wifi connection was excellent. and we had a wonderful nights sleep. The room was decorated in period style. Breakfast was served in 2 sittings at 8 * 9:30 am and we opted for the 8 am sitting which was served in the dining room and all the guests sat around the large dining room table. There were home made scones with jam, juices etc. The hot entree was a spinach souffle which neither my wife or I care for though we did notice 2 other guests who had been staying at the inn the previous night were served scrambled eggs. . Also another guest couldn't eat vegetables so the three of us didn't touch the souffle. We all felt that it was a shame that the hosts at no time offered us an alternative - it seemed to us it was very much take it or leave it. Other than that it was a lovely stay in a stunning Victorian house…
My boyfriend booked a private dinner for us and it was AMAZING. I was shocked that there was literally a castle in the middle of Denver. The inside of the B&B takes you back in time. We got there a little early so we got to look through the photo album of the castle being restored and got to look through a stereoscope (Which I find super cool). The staff was friendly, welcoming, and extremely professional. We had a private dinner in the dining room and it is my favorite dining experience that I've ever had. The room was beautiful and the table had candles, roses and was covered in golden hearts. It was a great atmosphere to have an intimate dinner and classical music was playing in the background. The food was phenomenal, and the portion sizes were way bigger than I was expecting. There were five courses and each one was better than the last. I loved everything about this night, and I even teared up because of how romantic it was. This is a must do for couples, and I promise you won't regret it. I cannot recommend this place highly enough!…
I booked the candlelight dinner and was very impressed with the service and the food. The room was absolutely beautiful and romantic and the idea of being the only two people eating added an extra level of romance to the evening.
Castle Marne is a well-loved B&B on the Historic Registry. The owner and her staff are outstanding. Every attention to detail from afternoon tea with delightful treats and evening tea with cookies. It's on a beautiful section of Race Street with plenty of cafes within walking distance. Breakfast was served family style in an elegant dining room. We stayed in the Lang suite named after the architect (pic) who designed this stately residence. It was a birthday celebration and added on the flowers & chocolates. A dozen roses and 6 hand-rolled truffles were lovingly placed next to the mile high bed. Seriously, there were steps on either side to launch yourself up to a dreamy, comfy 4 poster Queen. Even locals come to getaway and it's steps away from Lighthouse a very popular writers guild. A shout out to Dad who makes great scrambled eggs, delicious muffins and pours an abundant cup of coffee! Highly recommended!…
Historical house from silver baron era with hosts ready to share stories from its past but also present enough to assist with any practical questions about the present. The bed and room, comfortable and homey. The breakfast homemade, delicious and friendly. I should mention that the Castle is a very convenient walk to the excellent hospitals in the center of Denver so you don't need a car if you are visiting a patient, as I was. It is also the exact opposite of the sterility of corporate hotels, giving a friendly welcome and cheery surroundings: homemade cookies and a tisane at the end of the day!
We love staying here! The owners are so accommodating and sweet! Their breakfast is different each time we've gone, specially made by the owners and their wonderful helpers. The rooms in the mansion are each named differently. They are comfortable and quiet. Their sitting room is comfortable and they have a puzzle alcove that's so relaxing. Their outside garden area provides seating and a peaceful area to hang out in. The history is amazing in the area. It's in a quiet neighborhood and easy to get to. It's a wonderful and special place to stay. The afternoon tea and treats are great and they provide coffee for the early birds. You won't regret staying here. It is worth it!
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