You Can Rent An Entire Castle In West Virginia, Windy Acres Castle, For Less Than $500 A Night

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Unique vacation rentals in West Virginia abound, as do fantastic pieces of architecture. And while there aren’t many, yes, there are castles in West Virginia too! Here’s one that you’ve probably never even heard of before: a garage-turned-castle in Red House, West Virginia that you can rent for your next event or a super lavish getaway experience! Check out Windy Acres for a taste of the fairytale or royal life you were always meant to live:

To book this incredible castle rental in West Virginia for the night, visit the official Airbnb page. For more information about tours, special events, and other reservations, visit the Windy Acres website.

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Address: Red House, WV, USA
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Does West Virginia have any castles?

While West Virginia isn't known for its abundance of castles like some other states on the East Coast, the state does have a few — although some are mere remnants. The most famous of the handful of castles located throughout the state is Berkeley Castle in Berkeley Springs. You'll also find:

  • Good Counsel Friary, Morgantown
  • Holliday Castle, Ghent
  • Mount Wood Castle & Cemetery,
  • Palace of Gold, Moundsville
  • Wheeling Castle ruins, Wheeling


For a unique adventure to discover some of West Virginia's other magnificent castles, check out our official castle road trip!

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Spring, summer, fall ... every season is garden season in scenic West Virginia! Here are some of our favorite botanical gardens in WV to explore:

  • Bissonnette Gardens, Oglebay Resort, Wheeling
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  • Ritter Park Rose Garden, Huntington
  • Sunshine Farm and Gardens, Renick
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