Castle of the Month: Bannerman’s Castle

February 6, 2010

Bannerman’s Castle Sitting on a small island called Pollepel in the Hudson River between Cold Spring and Beacon, across from Storm King Mountain, are the impressive ruins of a castle, one of the very few ever built in the US. The complex of buildings was constructed as an arsenal between 1900, when the island was […]

Castle of the Month: Schoenburg

January 16, 2010

A majestic medieval castle sitting high on a hilltop overlooking the Rhine, sacked and burned by the French under Louis XIV, neglected and deteriorating for two centuries, then rescued and restored by a rich American with a special interest in the romance of castles. A movie story? Maybe. Across the Rhine from the famed Lorelei […]

Castle of the Month: Bayers

November 21, 2009

Chateau de Bayers Our castle for November-December is Chateau de Bayers, a jewel of a castle near the town of Aunac in the farm country of south-west France. Built on a hilltop near the River Charente in the 15th century on an 11th century foundation and recently restored as a labor of love, it is […]

Castle of the Month: Rochefoucauld

October 30, 2009

Our castle for October is Chateau de la Rochefoucauld, a well-known chateau in the Charente region of France. Perched on a rocky promontory over the River Tardoire, it was built in stages from the 11th to the 18th century and has been owned by the distinguished Rochefoucauld family throughout its entire history.  Its phenomenal grand […]

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