PARADISE RANCH CASTLE
Highway 264 (Between Marker 8 & 9), Dyer, NV 89010
Phone Number: (440) 781-8768
Email: No Email Available
WHY IS IT SO SPECIAL?
Nestled in the heart of Reese River Valley across 160 acres in Central Nevada, Paradise Ranch Castle can be found. And yes, it really is a castle in the desert. This also means it makes for one very special romantic getaway in Nevada.
Paradise Ranch Castle is a truly incredible way to get away from it all. Located on what is dubbed the "Loneliest Road In America", it really is an escape from reality, offering you privacy in a unique setting and an experience you won't be forgetting in a very long time.
Full use of the castle, and sweeping views of the Toiyabe Mountains will make your stay a visit to remember. Here, you get the run of the place, including the jukebox and pool table, the sitting room, the "Dungeon" bar and even corrals if you bring your own horses and feed.
This is Nevada after all.
Smack bang in the center of this beautiful state, approximately 5,400 feet above sea level, you'll find nothing but broad desert, hay farms, spectacular mountains and incredible quiet for miles and miles all around you.
It's where they say your "mind, body and soul will relax and become one with nature"
Three bedrooms at Paradise Ranch Castle offer a shared bath, with only The Master offering your own private bathroom. Each of the rooms are warmly decorated, so don't let the plain caste-like facade fool you.
Every morning, guests will be treated to a hot, homemade breakfast served in the dining room: the perfect start for your day in one of the most beautiful states in the USA.
Relax around the castle. Soak up the sun on the huge porch with stunning views of the surrounding landscape. Explore the nearby attractions, from the hot ponds at Spencer Lake, or catch some fish at Big Creek. There is even history waiting for you at the Hickison Petroglyph Recreation area.
Be treated like royalty for your next romantic escape, and don't forget to enjoy those stars.
Whilst the ranching and cowboy history dates to the 19th century, the Castle itself is quite modern. But nearby Indian petroglyphs date back hundreds of years so spend some time exploring those.
WHAT ELSE SHOULD WE KNOW:
The Dungeon bar is cash only
They are 7 Miles from Austin Airport, and 10 Miles from State Route 722
- Breakfast Included
- Full Use of the Castle