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Burg Colmberg is perfectly situated at the meeting point of the two most picturesque car trip routes of Germany, the Romantic Road and the Castle Road. The 1,000 year-old hotel that used to serve Franconian kings is now ready to serve you. You can spot it from far as it ...
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The Tulloch Castle Hotel is what is left of the 12th century Tulloch Castle. Many original features are retained in the hotel, like the castle’s walls, the Great Hall, fireplaces and ceilings. Many years ago only a Chief of the Clan or Laird could stay in such a prominent castle ...
Situated atop Lianhua Mountain, the Castle Hotel of Dalian is an impressive structure reminiscent of medieval architecture amidst one of China’s most important trading ports. This striking hotel provides breathtaking views of Xinghai Bay and the Yellow Sea while creating a sense of grandeur. The odd juxtaposition of past and ...
*Greensleeves optional* In a world obsessed with Hobbit films and where Game of Thrones is spawning meme after hilarious meme it is no surprise that the Medieval Hotel is doing fast business. It offers you the experience of living a medieval lifestyle except with hot water, human rights and no ...
*Glass Design Hotel with a Medieval Water Tower* Budapest’s only design hotel, the Lánchíd opened in 2007 and has received numerous awards since including three architectural awards and it is frequently named in traveler journalist’s lists of top 50 hotels. Its location is right in the heart of Budapest, in ...
*Medieval and beautiful* This fortified village on the Spanish/Portugal boarder has seen its fair share of action over the last millennium. Conquered and occupied by everyone from the Romans to the Moors the castle lies in ruins. The old village remains in good condition and is an amazing place to ...
If you were a French Celt living in the 2nd Century AD under threat from the Romans you would want to in Les Baux-de-Provence. Set high in the Alpilles mountains on a rocky outcrop with a view of the surrounding plateau, the location has been inhabited for thousands of years. ...
This was once a convent. Built in the 16th Century, the cloisters and passageways once echoed with the sound of rosary beads and prayers. Today, it is the building that contemplates on a rock overlooking the sea while, inside, the residents relax. Thousands of religious hours have been worn into ...