Room Spotlight – Cinderella’s Coach House

This week’s blog post – written by our Assistant Innkeeper, Abby Kutscher – shines the Room Spotlight on one of our most romantic Medieval Cottages, Cinderella’s Coach House.

One of the best things about Ravenwood Castle is our unique lodging experience. We offer 21 suites, cottages and cabins, and all have their own theme and their own charm. Perhaps one of the most charming, and a popular among couples seeking romance, is Cinderella’s Coach House.

Cinderella’s Coach House is the only room that is both a part of the castle and a part of the Medieval Village. Connected to the main castle by a garden wall, the Coach House still offers the privacy and seclusion of a stand alone cottage. Located on the second story above the Tea Room, the Coach House overlooks the castle’s scenic Herb Garden.

Coach House

As with all of our Medieval Village Cottages, Cinderella’s Coach House has a kitchenette, a private bathroom, and a sitting area. Decorated in deep golds and reds, the suite exudes a feeling of warmth, accentuated by the sunlight that streams in from two beautiful stained-glass windows re-purposed from an old church. Situated against the wall between the windows, you will find a gas fireplace. The two armchairs in front of it make this sitting area the perfect spot to make yourself cozy or to enjoy a good board game for two!

In the kitchenette you will find ample counter and cupboard space as well as a microwave, coffeemaker, mini-fridge, and a dining table and chairs. One wall of the kitchenette sports a castle mural lest you forget to treat yourself like royalty during your stay! You will also find trinkets to remind you of the story of Cinderella: a glass slipper, a doorstop carved into a mouse, and a clock shaped like a horse-drawn carriage to name a few.

Ravenwood-Cottage-Coach-02An open Jacuzzi tub allows you to relax and enjoy the sunlight streaming through the stained-glass windows. Or enjoy one of the movies in our DVD library from the golden crowned King bed!

On your next visit to Ravenwood Castle, check out Cinderella’s Coach House. It’s the perfect choice if you’d like to spend a few days living a fairy-tale life!


Jim Reed

Jim Reed

Jim Reed is a lifelong gamer who started with the original red box Dungeons & Dragons. After spending 20 years in the corporate world, he decided it was high time that work be fun and struck out on his own. Jim now owns and operates Ravenwood Castle and The Malted Meeple, and spends his days ensuring his guests have as much fun as he does.