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Castle Hill Resort & Spa in Proctorsville, Vermont
Hidden away in the heart of Vermont's scenic Green Mountains is the elegant full-service Castle Hill Resort & Spa. Part of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, this New England gem, located in lovely Ludlow, recaptures the gracious lifestyle of a bygone era. The estate, built at the turn of the 20th century, offers several styles of accommodations including rooms in the original mansion, as well as state-of-the-art resort-style homes. Guest rooms have varying appointments including decorative fireplaces, soothing whirlpool tubs, period furnishings and more. The freestanding homes are capsules of luxury offering complete privacy, multiple rooms and gourmet kitchens. On winter nights curl up in front of the fire, make a pot of bubbly fondue, or dim the lights and watch as snowflakes fall.
Dining at Castle Hill Resort and Spa is an experience all its own. The menu is a creation of French-influenced American cuisine offered at breakfast and dinner. The inn also boasts the only full-service spa in the region with a focus on fitness, wellness and mental restoration. Drape yourself across a massage table for a treatment that is likened to an out-of-body experience at this Aveda concept spa, where aromatherapy is also part of the philosophy. The region offers plenty of activities including skiing, sledding and snowshoeing during the winter, and golf, tennis, hiking and fly fishing dominating the warmer months. There are also outdoor concerts to enjoy, scenic gondola rides, leisurely drives through covered bridges, and plenty of shopping and gallery hopping too.
Location of Castle Hill Resort & Spa
Nearest Airport: RUT
Amenities for Castle Hill Resort & Spa
- General Information
- 20 Guest Rooms
- Non-Smoking Property
- On-Site Amenities
- Beauty Salon
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Center
- Tennis Courts
- Personal Trainers
- Outdoor Whirlpool
- Outdoor Heated Pool
- In-Room Amenities
- Direct Dial Telephones
- Satellite Television
- Luxury Linens
- En-Suite Bathrooms
- Fly Fishing
- Cross Country Skiing
- Sleigh Rides
- Meeting Rooms
- Art Galleries
- Honeymoons & Romance
- Ski & Snow
- Spa & Wellness
- Summer Getaways
- Theme Parks
- Winter Getaways
Reviews for Castle Hill Resort & Spa
Nice unique place hidden on a hill overlooking Okema Mt. The castle has a very interesting history. Rooms are just beautiful and the staff are very welcoming and hospitable. Great restaurant for fine dining and close to a lot of small Vt. towns that have a lot to offer and to spend the day. Great for all Season that you love the best. The grounds are very well kept and their spa is worth looking into. A pleasant getaway and everyone is very accommodating!
Helia d - Holliston, Massachusetts
When we drove up to the property, we were looking for a castle on a lush estate as the photos portrayed. Instead, we found a large house directly overlooking the high way. It is not a castle. We actually walked into Castle Hill and asked if we were on the right property. Upon arrival, there was no one available to help with our baggage. We were told we would have to bring in our bags ourselves. Not a deal breaker, but they did not even provide a luggage rack for us to do it ourselves, so off we went dragging four heavy bags up the stairs as there was no elevator to be found. We were assigned room number 4. The room itself was flawed in so many ways. Bathroom had cracked tiles, cheap towels, poor lighting and the shower took 10 minutes to heat. At night, the pipes made so much noise, we literally did not sleep. When we made mention of this to the front desk in the morning, we were told that it was to be expected for an old home. I stayed at Adare Castle in Ireland (much older property) and had no issues with noisy pipes. When I mentioned I had tape recorded the pipe noise that came and went in about 15 minute intervals, we were upgraded to the king suite which had a queen bed (don't get it). This room shared the same ugly bathroom and the room was just cold, dark and unappealing. It seemed that while the woodwork was luxurious, the decor was flea market cheap. The bed was most uncomfortable and on the smaller size. The library is the only place we found enjoyable. However, there is no bar or food available before 5pm. We had dinner at the castle. It was a cozy, elegant atmosphere, but the food was just okay. Steak was overcooked, lobster tail did not have much meat and the plate was smothered with potatoes and large veggies as to make up for the limited meat. The spa was just not very "spa like." The locker room was extremely run down and small. Reception area was noisy and tiny. The massage and facial were great, but the entire atmosphere just did not measure up to the price and expectations. In short, this place is not what the website presented and was not worth the$300+ price tag. The customer service is almost non existent. Drive 45 minutes north to the Woodstock Inn- same price and you'll feel like it's worth every penny.
matraveler2015 - Longmeadow, Massachusetts
But this is pretty darn close! Forget everything and come here for an amazing weekend or week. Great spa, great restaurant, great condo. Everything was perfect! Close to Okemo, town, restaurants. Nice staff, great 3-4 Br unit. Easily accommodates 6-8 people, even though we were 5.
Recently, we spent two nights at The Castle Inn. It was wonderful! The turn of the century property was beautiful! We had dinner in the restaurant for both evening's that we were there. The dining room was beautiful and extremely romantic with it's fireside dining. The food was presented well, cooked to perfection and absolutely delicious! Kudos to Chef Alphonsus Harris! Diane, our server was wonderful as well! We stayed in room #1 and it was beautiful and extremely spacious. From the moment that we entered the Inn, the staff was outstanding! They could not do enough for us from beginning to end. Each and everyone of the staff was extremely kind, compassionate and sweet. Especially Rhian and Regine where wonderful. They went out of their way to make our stay exceptional!
debranaz - debranaz
A romantic mid-week away with hubby. The Castle was originally built in the early 1900's for the governor of the State of Vermont. While renovations have been done in the rooms, the workmanship was not good. Calking not removed from the tub or walls, and tiling over the beautiful doorways. The bed was comfortable, fireplace did not work. It does have charm. The dining rooms were crowed when we we had dinner there, and the breakfast nook was really beautiful with a gently snowfall in the morning. Lots to choose from the menus for dinner an breakfast, plus fresh scrambled eggs, on site baked goods. We hd a Living Social coupon as did several other couples staying here. We enjoyed visiting with them in the library. Yes, you cn't touch the old books, they are original to the home, adding to the charm.
Jeannene A - Hannacroix, New York