Room Spotlight – Silversmith House

Ravenwood Castle is not only unique in the fact that we are a Castle in the middle of the Hocking Hills region, but because of our unmatched accommodations. The castle rooms, cabins, and cottages each have their own theme, which makes picking the perfect suite half the fun when booking a stay with us! For those of you familiar with the Medieval Village, you probably remember seeing the elegant conical roofs and magnificent towers of this week’s Room Spotlight: The Silversmith’s House.

The Silversmith’s House is the largest accommodation at Ravenwood Castle with an occupancy of up to six guests. Nestled in the back of the Medieval Village, Silversmith’s has not one but two decks, one on each level. The decks are out back facing the woods and ideal for enjoying the sunset with a glass of wine or reading a book while you enjoy the fresh air.

Inside you will find two bedrooms. The first has a king bed and is connected to a large, round tower bathroom that features one of Silversmith’s crown jewels: a red heart-shaped whirlpool tub! Adjacent to the tub, you will find a separate standing shower.

Downstairs is a second bedroom with a queen bed and a half bath. The sitting room when you first enter is spacious and has a double futon and kitchenette that comes equipped with a sink, microwave, small refrigerator, coffee maker, plates, cups, and flatware. There is a small TV and DVD player on the lower level as well and don’t worry – if you forget to bring something to watch, we have a small collection of movies available for guests to borrow in our library.

Silversmith Main Room

Finish off 2019 right by booking a stay with Ravenwood Castle – you won’t want to miss Hocking Hills when the leaves start to change!


Molly Smith

Molly Smith

Molly Smith is a member of the Ravenwood Detective Agency, and loves to hunt zombies. She spent her college days trekking around Franklin Hall at Kent State University where she pursued her degree in marketing and advertising. Her passion for guest satisfaction and love for event planning led her to the Malted Meeple and Ravenwood Castle.