A man's home is his castle. In this one, Doug Beers prepares creative dinners for guests who cross the foothills to enjoy this one-of-a-kind experience. His wife, Marguerite, is the gracious hostess who shows patrons their expansive mountain home and the artwork strategically positioned between the many open-air arches. Served on antique lace tablecloths strewn with bougainvillea, the well-orchestrated dinner might consist of canapés, Caribbean carrot soup, salad from their organic garden, grouper with lobster sauce, and classic chocolate mousse. After dinner, Doug lights a fire and offers guests a liqueur to warm their interiors. You must make advance reservations.
Dec 29, 2013
This place blew me away! The castle was enormous and it reminded me of a beautiful villa in the country side of Paris. The view from the top of the mountain was outstanding and the Host and Hostess were a delight. Also, the food was amazing. I could not have asked for a better way to spend my night, and I highly recommend the Castle Club to everyone in the area (or out of the area, I would travel far to go there again)
Sep 7, 2007
The Castle Club offered an excellent dining experience, the poisson was just right. Doug and Marguerite make you feel at ease in this charming setting. Will return again in October.