After selling the successful Landoll Publishing Company in 1997, Jim Landoll started plans on building the Landoll’s Mohican Castle.
With no floor plans, they started building the structure one room at a time. The highest section of the castle sits 1200 feet on 30 acres of land.
In 2002, the castle was opened to the public.
There are suites within the castle as well as outer buildings with additional lodging options, the most recent being in 2018 with the expansion of the Stable Suites. This increased the capacity to 14 additional suites.
First entrance into the property brings you to a winding road with an overhead sign. it’s not until you get to the top of the hill do you see the castle in all its glory.
The castle is magnificent to see and the architecture unique. There is access to walk up some steps to the top of the highest spire and look out over the grounds.
The grounds too are interesting with little details of architecture and statues. I can see why this is a favorite destination for weddings!
While we did not stay at the castle, just visiting the grounds is a treat!