Category Archives: Guest Services

A year in Review

It’s been a full year since I started working at Castle in the Country, and every day has been a learning experience. I’ve been able to meet so many great people throughout the year, whether it’s during guest check in, … Continue reading


Enjoy a Picnic Lunch at Castle in the Country

Today is a perfect day for our guests to stay on site, enjoy the nice weather sitting in our lakeside screenhouse, and munch on all the goodies we pack in our picnic lunch, including our own sourdough bread.


Outdoor Spaces at Castle in the Country

New Photographs by Christian Gianelli


Romantic Walks in the woods:bring Back to Nature Experiences for Couples

Every day we help our adventurous guests enjoy their visit to our own “little piece of heaven”, our Castle Kingdom. At first, most of our guests choose to visit us because we’re near the popular resort towns of Saugatuck & … Continue reading


Staying Connected: Blogs, Twitter, Facebook, and Flickr

We have made a few changes this month to the way we connect with our guests.The main focus of our blog, Within the Castle Kingdom, is about things here at Castle in the Country-spa services, cooking/recipes, nature activities, decorating…basically anything … Continue reading


Our coffee thingie- One Cup Beverage Maker

The Flavia machine and coffee/tea packets. We have recently added a few teas such a white tea and orange, rooibos ,malawi, and chai. More info at www.myflavia.com. We seem to be accumulating these from family and friends who don’t want … Continue reading


Blogging, facebook and Tweeting, oh my

Weeks have gone by since I wrote my first post and we have attended a B&B Conference in Georgia in the meantime. Almost every speaker talked about social networking, blogs and facebook and tweets. So now, we know we’re on … Continue reading


Blogging at Castle in the Country

Here within the castle kingdom, I’m trying to find my way through the maze of information I have accumulated about creating a blog and today I’m taking the somewhat intimidating plunge of starting my own. For several months now I’ve … Continue reading