Castle Noland (also known as Chateau Noland) is a luxurious, chateau-like wedding venue and vacation rental in San Luis Obispo, California. Available to rent on Airbnb and VRBO, the stone castle is beautifully decorated and has expansive lawns to the front, on which ceremonies and receptions can be held.
From the Castle Noland website:
“Castle Noland in San Luis Obispo, California is an 'heirloom castle set on an enchanted estate' in the heart of wine country.
Located on the Central Coast of California along scenic Highway 1, between San Francisco and Los Angeles, Castle Noland is the perfect setting for your wedding. Numerous custom features include unique stone architecture, conical and dome hand-painted frescoed ceilings, and artisanal murals inspired by our trips to Europe. Unrestricted views of beautiful Avila Valley and our expansive lawn, provide vast opportunity to indulge in the California lifestyle for a few days.
Our location, finds you in close proximity to the best of the world renowned Central Coast including year-round festivals, the farmer’s markets of San Luis Obispo, the wineries of Edna Valley, the wineries of Paso Robles, the sandy beaches of Avila Beach and Pismo Beach, along with many hiking trails. Ideal for couples, families, business meetings, or a grand backdrop for your wedding.
Available Services: Wedding
Wine Tasting Event or Tour
Castle Noland is also available to rent via Airbnb or VRBO
Physical Address; 6445 Monte Rd. San Luis Obispo, CA. 93401
Business Address (mail); PO Box 3119, Pismo Beach CA. 93448
Phone business and personal; 805-544-2042
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