Room Spotlight – Silversmith House

Silversmithing was a trade of high skill and noble patronage. The smiths who worked this precious metal were often regarded as sculptors. They would craft elegant tea sets and delicate jewelry alongside practical shoe buckles and quality table service, molding their precious materials with an artistic eye and a talent for design.

We celebrate the flair and function of these artisans with the unique Silversmith’s House in Ravenwood Castle’s Medieval Village. The largest cottage in the village, Silversmith’s House is bristling with towers, turrets, and conical roofs.

A unique feature of this cottage is the turret design that is continued on the inside. The rooms are not squared off so the first floor bedroom and the second floor master bath both feature round walls – like something from a fairy tale!

Two spacious bedrooms: a king bedroom upstairs with a round tower bath features a red heart-shaped whirlpool tub and separate shower, and a queen bedroom and half bath downstairs. The lower level contains a spacious sitting room with futon and kitchenette and a cozy fireplace for playing games or reading a grand adventure.

Silversmith Main Room

This cottage has lovely views of the surrounding woods and space for enjoying the outdoors with not one, but two decks! One on each level.

The Silversmith House is an ideal choice for groups of up to 6 who want to stay together and can be a nice addition to a multi-room package where fellow guests can gather for a chat and a coffee after dinner before returning to their own quarters for a good night’s rest.

Make a reservation today to enjoy the peak leaf-peeping season in late September to mid-October in the Hocking Hills!


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.