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Clayshire Castle, Indiana

Clayshire Castle is a castle-style B&B/vacation rental/events venue (Madrigal Dinners during the holiday season and a Medieval faire) in Bowling Green, Indiana.  Although principally a unique bed and breakfast, the whole castle is bookable for $1,000 per night.   With the Great Hall able to accommodate 100 guests (more can be hosted in marquees in the substantial grounds), the castle is a popular events venue.

 

Clayshire Castle Hosts an Annual Medieval Faire.

 

From the Clayshire Castle website:

 

“Escape the chaos and stress of the modern world at Clayshire Castle, a medieval-style bed and breakfast in the tranquil countryside of western central Indiana. Here our guests are treated like royalty with luxurious accommodations and gourmet breakfasts.

Innkeepers Lord Douglas and Lady Josephine are ready and waiting to help arrange your visit – from relaxing getaways to exploring local attractions.

Enjoy a stroll in the gardens, wander through the hedge maze, hike the trails on our 120 acre property, take a soak in the aromatic cedar hot tub, or curl up with a good book in the library.

We even have over 100 medieval costumes to add just the right touch to your visit or event at our Bowling Green, Indiana bed and breakfast.

Contact us now to let us know how we can make your stay one to remember through the ages”.

 

 

 

 

Contact Clayshire Castle

CLICK TO VISIT THE CLAYSHIRE CASTLE WEBSITE

 

8780 E County Rd 75 N,

Bowling Green,

IN 47833, USA

 

317-797-3822

 

 

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