OHEKA CASTLE, Huntington
Categories: Historic Sites, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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.Make OHEKA CASTLE a centerpiece of your Huntington Station vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Huntington Station tour planner.
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My husband and I went on a luncheon tour and it was just delightful. We even got to meet the owner of the castle who greeted us and introduced himself during our lunch.
My friends and I visited this Castle as my friend's farewell trip before she goes back to her country after years of study. We all live in the city and on one has a car, so the only way we can go to t... read more »
We planned to tour the castle on our drive from The Hamptons to NYC but should have done better research. We drove to the back and had a nice view, while following our GPS only to find that it was pos... read more »
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
We went for a tour and lunch. Our tour guide was not very educated when it came to answering questions that strayed from her pre defined story line. A huge chunk of the tour consisted of sitting in the library looking at blown up pictures. Not very entertaining or engaging. The tour was supposed to last 1 hour but took almost 2 which was excessive since there was no reason for it to continue so long. The castle and grounds are beautiful and the food in the restaurant was amazing.
We booked a mansion tour after waiting about a month for a reservation. The tour guide was very knowledgeable about the history of the castle. So here's the review, we were charged $25 pp to basically see 3 rooms and a garden. One of those rooms not even being original to the castle. We walked up the grand staircase before the tour started to use the restrooms. Pretty much , the rooms surrounding the bathrooms are the only things you see. We did not do a lunch tour so we were invited back to the ballroom for tea and cookies and to relax. We literally were sitting down for 10 minutes when everything started getting cleaned up and put away!! Who does that ??! When we went to the office to advise them about our thoughts of the poor mansion tour , they tried compensating us with more cookies ! We declined. We then spoke to the manager , Daniel the next day who was very rude and abrupt with us and was told there is nothing to do. This tour is definitely not worth the $25. We have been to several mansions all over the east coast and were never so dissatisfied with the value of the tour. Save your money.
Impressive building and grounds, super nice people. Lacks swimming pool, spa and good internet.
I went for a business function. The food was okay, but better than most catering companies. The hors devours were absolutely delicious, and the waitstaff were pleasant and kind and attentive. The venue was very clean and well maintained, and the scenery was gorgeous. Overall a great experience
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