Rent a 22,000 sq ft luxury Castle in the PNW for less than $100/person!

This is a sponsored post from Graystone Castle. This vacation castle rental near Seattle looks like a fabulous place to stay! I would definitely consider it for my next local getaway.

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he beautiful Pacific Northwest, a destination for many to come visit from all over the world! Yes, we have Seattle, Portland, and then Canada up to the North…and right in-between it all, there is Graystone Castle. A destination all of its own!

This 22,000 sq ft castle was purchased and rehabbed into a breathtaking vacation rental that sleeps up to 25 people and is nothing less than perfect for group traveling, and come on… it just screams luxury and royalty! You can really wake up like a King or Queen! Just located 1.5 hours from Seattle, WA or BC Canada, Graystone Castle sits on 5 mature acres and features include seven luxurious bedrooms, many with en-suite baths, sitting/reading turrets, walk-in closets, and outdoor terraces.

The property boasts an incredible 15+ beds, 10 bathrooms, a movie theatre, spa-inspired master bathroom, pool table/game room, poker room, arcade, life-sized chess and much more. There is also a massive ballroom that is the perfect area for a dance party or paint and sip or late night karaoke. With four dining spaces, four fireplaces, and four living rooms, this is the ultimate place to have a family reunion or vacation with a group of friends. According to the listing, the Graystone Castle overlooks the Stillaguamish River and the Stilly Valley; which means the views are stunning too.

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With a property of this size, the list of amenities and features of each room would be quite long but all you need to know is that when you book this amazing property is that you won’t want to leave! It literally has everything! This property goes for an average nightly rate of $1400 a night but between your group of amazing friends and family, that’s less than $100/person per night! Book with confidence, as this property has nothing but 5 star reviews on both VRBO & Airbnb.

Check it out or book this castle rental near Seattle here! Booking link-

Castle Rental Near Seattle Greystone Castle

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