Room Spotlight – Cinderella’s Coach House

Nestled in the heart of the scenic Hocking Hills region, Ravenwood Castle boasts a unique lodging experience perfect for those who want to stray away from the everyday. One of the most charming parts of our Castle is how each of our 21 suites, cottages, and cabins have a unique theme. One of the most popular rooms, specifically for those seeking romance, is our Cinderella’s Coach House.

Cinderella’s Coach House is the only accommodation 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 standalone cottage. Right outside the stairs to the 2nd story room is the heart shaped garden, perfect for an afternoon sipping on a craft beer or soda.

As with all of our Medieval Village Cottages, Cinderella’s Coach House has a kitchenette, a private bathroom, and a sitting area. The entire suite is decorated in deep golds and reds to truly make you feel like royalty. The two stained-glass windows you see were re-purposed from an old church and makes Cinderella’s Coach House a “must stay” when you visit Ravenwood. There is a gas fireplace with two armchairs nearby – perfect for enjoying a board game or 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. 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.

An 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! The next time you need to unwind or escape reality for a few days, check out Cinderella’s Coach House!


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.