What to Expect at Castle Inn Riverside:
If you've always dreamed of overnighting in a castle, you needn't travel overseas to do so. Inspired by a Scottish castle, the Castle Inn Riverside in Wichita was built in 1888 and is on the National Register of Historic Places as "a building of architectural significance." High ceilings, spaciousness, an imported 275-year-old English staircase, Spanish lights, and a 675-year-old Greek fireplace add to its unique, old-world appeal.
Guest Rooms at Castle Inn Riverside:
Each of the fourteen rooms at Castle Inn Riverside have their own theme and are equipped with satellite TV and VCRs. Six Jacuzzi suites contain a spa tub that can accommodate two people.
Dining at Castle Inn Riverside:
The hotel's dining room, appointed with antique furnishings and fixtures, serves a complimentary breakfast, afternoon wine and cheese, and homemade desserts accompanied by gourmet teas and coffees as well as after-dinner liqueur in the evenings.
Honeymoon at Castle Inn Riverside:
Although Castle Inn does not have a specific honeymoon package, it is an exceptionally romantic place for lovebirds to perch.
Weddings at Castle Inn Riverside:
The entire Castle, including its 14 guest rooms, can be booked for the afternoon, evening, and following morning, providing couples with an exclusive venue for an ultra-romantic affair. The main floor can fit 135 guests and the downstairs banquet facility seats 45. The Castle Inn also can provide catering for the reception and serves breakfast to overnight wedding guests.
Nearby Castle Inn Riverside:
Attractions include historic Oldtown, with its live theater, museums, shops and restaurants; the Wichita Art Museum; Sedgwick County Zoo; Old Cowtown Museum and grounds, and the Bradley Fair shopping and entertainment center.
Is Castle Inn Riverside Right for You?:
If you're romantics at heart, treasure historic places, and want a unique setting for a wedding, honeymoon, or romantic getaway, Castle Inn is likely to delight you.