There are castles in Kentucky. The most impressive one in my opinion is the one in Versailles, not that Versailles of Sun King Louise XIV outside of Paris, of course. Nevertheless this castle of Versailles, Kentucky is quite fabulous, and no lack of fairytale story.
Not far from the castle, there was a lovely orchard where you could pick apples and my favorite Asian pears. So every time we passed by this castle to the orchard, I wondered out loud what could the inside like. So my dear husband took notes, a few years ago, he surprised me for an overnight stay in this caste for our wedding anniversary!
At that time, the castle was called the Castle Post. It hosted special events, only open to public occasionally.
It was December, the castle was decorated for Christmas.
Our suite was at the left turret, the Executive Terrace Suite with a huge study. The suite was tastefully decorated in rich burgundy color with traditional furnishing. It was classic and upscale. The king-size poster bed was lovely!
The breakfast was not large, but delicious with pastry, eggs and my favorite smoked salmon.
The castle has gone through chances in management and ownership, it was open again last year after renovation. On their Facebook, there were morning yoga on the roof top, weddings and various events, so we decided to go back to try their farm-to-table restaurant.
And we were impressed.
We stayed past sunset. The castle was truly magical at night.
So pay a visit when you are in the area, you may discover a new spot of romantic gateway.