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Oheka Castle, Huntington

(4.2/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web)
An historic hotel and world class venue to host luxe weddings and gala celebrations. Exclusive & unforgettable, from the historic estate & formal gardens, to the elegant rooms, meticulous intuitive service, European ambience, & award winning cuisine, OHEKA is one of the finest venues in the world. This magnificent mansion is listed on the National Register for Historic Places and boasts 32 luxurious guestrooms & suites on the upper floors where guests can sleep like royalty.
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  • I have now stayed at Oheka twice and I have loved it each time and found something even more beautiful. The staff (and owner) are all fantastic.  more »
  • I have heard nice things about this mansion and a couple of years ago we tried to go with my husband friends but never could get a reservation for the high Tea . The person I spoke to told me that all...  more »
  • Upon entry you can detect the antiquity of this palace. Valet parka your car, the inside and outside are a classy venue. The fid is served to temperature, the cocktails are perfect and not overpowerin...  more »
  • Beautiful venue for a wedding, lovely interior and exterior. The ceremony took place right around sunset in front of the gardens, a perfect fairytale princess setting. I love the grand sweeping staircase that greets you when you first enter the castle, and the library is another must see. Fantastic dinner and dessert menu, reflective of the high quality food produced by the castle's kitchen. You don't need to be a wedding guest to visit the castle! Book a lunch date in their restaurant or do the mansion tour. You can even book one of their rooms and stay the night!
  • The scenery screams class. The building is rich in history, and walking through the halls to get to the bar feels like a walk into the past. The service offered was phenomenal and the food was to notch. I fell in love with the lobster bisque. If you're visiting here for any reason, be it dinner or a wedding, a picture with the view is a must.
  • Tour was nice. The place had more history than I thought. Beautiful restoration. Loved the restaurant. Will definitely go back.
  • I came for the tour. The guide was really friendly and very knowledgeable. I feel like I learned a lot about the castle's history and even current operations. The only downside was the tour was at the same time as preparations for a wedding which limited our access to some areas we would normally have seen more in depth.
  • The mansion tour did not have much value. Very overpriced. Been to other mansion tours and couldn't believe how little we got to see. Up the stairs and into the first room was the first 45 minutes. Three more rooms, of those one was an extension added in 2004 that was your basic catering hall. 100 steps and the tour was over. You can see 5 Rhode Island mansions completely inside and out for the same price. Don't go for this tour you will feel taken advantage of. The management was not nice either