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Five dreamy castles

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We love hotels. That’s something we’ve documented in this little blog of ours. There is something about the crispy sheets, the little toiletries, the international channels on tv and the pretty breakfast that make us happy. We love the cosmopolitan feeling that you get when you enter in a new hotel, we love eating chocolate in bed while listening to foreign languages on tv after a great day exploring the city and… well, we love room service.
But there are other possibilities when it comes to accommodation. You can rent an apartment, you can even stay in a roulotte… or you can sleep in a castle. That would be the loveliest option for this season, don’t you think? Imagine great walks in the woods and sipping a cup of tea in front of the fire afterwards…

Castello di Sismano1. Castello di Sismano: Recently transformed into a stunning period residence, Castello di Sismano has eleven wonderfully romantic suites, in which you can expect to find both traditional Umbrian furnishings and modern day amenities.
Castelletto di Montebenic2. Casteletto di Montebenichi: a small castle transformed into a fairytale four star hotel, located on the south-eastern border of Tuscany’s Chianti Classico region.
Chateau de Sarpentis3. Chateau des Arpentis: In the middle of a peaceful park of thirty hectares and entirely restored in 2007-2008, the chateau is prepared to receive guests who are spending a pleasurable stay in the heart of the Loire Valley.
thornbury  castle4. Thornbury castle: this magnificent castle sits at the edge of the Cotswolds in Gloucestershire and offers a unique and magical experience.
shieldhill castle5. Shieldhill Castle: This magnificent castle dates back to 1199 and offers great character and charm. The principal building has 16 en suite Bedrooms along with the Reception Rooms and a fully functioning Chapel. Destination wedding anyone?

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