On the plus side, this place is secluded. However, the first thing you notice is the half mile winding driveway that leads up to the castle is in terrible condition; full of pot holes and washed out the entire length. Next, we enter to check in and the lady at the counter was very curt and did not make us feel welcome at all. She went to great lengths to make sure we understood the "rules" of our stay and what is expected of the guests. The grounds were once immaculate. You could tell that they were one time kept pristine and were beautiful. However, the flowerbeds are overrun with weeds. Several places in the brick walkways were covered with mud, which you had to walk around. We stayed in the "Miller" which is off of one of the towers. The first thing you notice here is that the door to the tower is broken, the roof has leaks and the walls have not been repaired. A broken air conditioner half hangs from the wall. The room itself was beautiful and tastefully decorated...once. But, the furniture is dirty and torn and much is in disrepair. Half the lighting in the room didn't work and several of the switches were broken. The fireplace hearth had a corner of the stonework broken away that had not been fixed. They have placed a noisy, small window AC in the room rather than fix the broken one. We stayed two nights (why? stupid I guess.) The only amenities in the room were two bottles of shampoo and two hotel size soaps. In room coffee service with two sugars, two creamers, two sweet and low, two hot chocolates, and four packets of the worst coffee ever. There were bottles of water and pop in the room for an additional $2 each. The maid did not refill the in room condiments for the coffee and they threw out one of the two tiny piece of hotel soap, leaving us with the half used one in the shower. TV.... they had direct TV, which was okay, but I gave up trying to find anything other than infomercials. Thankfully we brought a couple DVDs for our late night entertainment. The swimming pool building was so hot inside, it was unbearable, and the hot tub looked disgusting. We passed on that altogether. Continental breakfast was as per any hotel or inn anywhere. The exception were the other guest acted like vultures, scrambling over a road kill. There was only one toaster and one waffle maker for about 20 guests. We gave up and drove to McDonald's. The restaurant however, was very good. I had the "Castle Strogonoff", $14, which was delicious. My wife had the 12 ounce ribeye, which she said was good if just over priced at $22. But it was clean and the service was excellent. Overall, 2 nights cost a bit over $400, not counting the restaurant. I wouldn't recommend staying here for half the price.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Landoll's Mohican Castle provides a boutique hotel experience in central Ohio. The Castle contains 11 uniquely designed suites with fine furnishings that fit the style of an old world castle. In addition, there are four adjoining suites in a separate building called the Highland Suites. Finally, there are two free-standing cottages. The Highlands and cottages have been built to fit the theme of the large suite rooms that are featured in the Castle. The Castle Event Center is the largest of its kind in the Mohican-Loudonville area, seating up to 200 people in banquet-style seating. The Event Center and The Copper Mug Bar & Grille restaurant recently hosted a filming by a Gordon Ramsay television show. The result of this experience was a complete redesign of the menu for the restaurant and wedding events. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Landoll`s Mohican Castle Hotel Loudonville
- Landolls Mohican Castle Loudonville