This is the largest room in the “Castle”. You must experience this room to believe it. The colors are soft; rust, copper, and champagne. The gabled ceiling rises to 15 feet, and ceiling fans add to the romance.
The largest turret in the “Castle” houses a round Jacuzzi for two. This room was once part of the deco-ballroom of the 1940’s. Now a king sized bed, replicated from the Hearst Castle, is the main attraction to this room.
The Artist Loft is very light and elegant. The wall coverings feature Michelangelo’s famous painting of “The Creation of Adam”. The king sized bed of copper and iron is a work of art in its own right. One of our favorites, the bathroom is quite lovely.
Masculine best describes Mr. Buhl’s Room. Decorated in greens and browns, stags are the main focus. A ‘copper-like’ ceiling, original fireplace, and magnificent woodwork make this room exceptionally warm and comfortable.
This room was considered the “out of town guest room”. The king sized bed and Beidermier reproduction furniture compliments the sophisticated decor of gold and ebony. The gas fireplace, which sits in a rounded-off corner.
Mr. and Mrs. Buhl slept in separate bedrooms, a custom not commonly appreciated today. Mrs. Buhl’s Room was very feminine, as is our version. Decorated in charming yellow, a large, round king size.
Mr. Buhl had a lovely private den next to his bedroom. A chartreuse-tiled fireplace and the beautifully restored woodwork are the focal points of this room. A traditional king sized canopy four-poster bed provides for the finest comfort.
Light, airy and neoclassical in style, this room is softened with colors of white, cream, taupe, and beige. The many windows in this room offer beautiful views of the courtyard, greenhouse, waterfall, and gardens.