Ryan's Castle B&B is an extraordinary and unlikely addition to the landscape of Alberta, Canada. Built to resemble a medieval castle, the exterior of the property is adorned with a generous number of crenellations and arched gothic style windows. Inside, rooms have been lavishly decorated to create a luxurious experience for guests. Oh, and there's an indoor swimming pool!
From the Ryan's Castle website:
“The ultimate accommodation for those looking for a Downton Abbey experience right here in Alberta. The Castle is situated 15 minutes northwest of St. Albert on 160 acres, which is mostly covered by wetland.
Your accommodations are located in the main part of the Castle and includes a well appointed bedroom decorated for a King and Queen and a large indoor private pool for your use only. We live in the Castle and are available to accommodate you during your stay.
Your safety and security is important to us and there is only one access to the Castle through locked gates at the main road, followed by a very long driveway that goes through the water and wetland to the Castle.
West Edmonton mall is a short 25 minute drive and the area has many beautiful golf courses close-by. St. Albert is a 15 min drive from the Castle and has an abundance of fine dining and entertainment for dinner and evenings out. A candlelight dinner at the Castle at your request can be provided prior to your stay, at an extra cost that would be paid directly to the chef.
If you are looking for a unique old world European style stay when near Edmonton, this is the place for you. The Castle is truly a unique and luxurious accommodation set above any other in Edmonton.
Come join us and be King and Queen of the Castle”!
55018 Range Road 265
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