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Castle in the Clouds, Moultonborough

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  • This is not a castle! It's barely even a big house. Not worth the money! The house took all of a few mins to look around and is simply a rich guys house who lost his money. We wouldn't recommend the m...  more »
  • Have actually been here several times Its a very scenic location Surrounded by thousands of undeveloped acres. Which I believe is now protected This is an impressive structure with early technology an...  more »
  • Love the Castle, the views and the trails. Really take your time to see the architecture, the roof tiles, the craftsmanship that went into building this castle. Materials were brought from overseas to...  more »
  • We visited Castle in the Clouds on Memorial Day weekend. The staff at the booth was very friendly. She told me to stop along the way to check out the waterfall.This was an easy walk to see a nice waterfall. We then continued on to the overlook where we encountered a staff doing general maintenance. I was disappointed he was not able to answer questions about the view, that was breathtaking! We just missed seeing a bear along the road up to The Castle.(The car behind us got great pictures!) The trolley to the Castle was a nice addition. The Castle itself was under renovations on the outside. The staff and volunteers were friendly and informative! I feel it is overpriced but worth seeing on a nice day. The grounds are pet friendly. The parking lot to the Castle has plenty of shade so our dog was comfortable in the car while we visited the Castle. We then drove to see the horse barns and walked the Brook trail. This is a short hike (15 minutes) and we got to see the guided horse tours walk by us on the trail! *Beware that this trail is Tick infested. We found at least 10 on our small dog! There are tables for a picnic and ice cream for sale near the trout pond. You can also feed the huge rainbow trout! Overall, an amazing place to visit ! You can hike the trails or eat at the carriage house without paying an entrance fee!
  • It was okay. I definitley think the pictures make it look bigger and alot of the rooms were the same. The mountain view was nice and waterfall. Wasnt really impressed by the mansion. Not worth the money. Maybe if it was $9...
  • Had a fantastic time loads to see beautiful scenery loved every minute very interesting would love to go again
  • Rude and standoffish staff. It wasn't very clear where to buy tickets and when we politely asked , we got a smirk and a dismissive "over there" which was a vague description. We decided to leave and find other fun things to enjoy where there is good customer service
  • The staff was great we have been here several times and really enjoyed it all. We had fun at the house, the giant rainbow trout pond and of course the stable of horses which are also on the property.