Searles Castle at Windham offers a unique setting for groups and organizations to hold conferences, meetings, and seminars. In keeping with their mission of hospitality, the New Hampshire Sisters of Mercy have opened the castle to be used for cultural, educational, social, and spiritual programs. Searles is said to have employed the finest masons and woodworkers to construct the castle, and imported marble and artifacts from Europe to furnish it. Examples of the fine work are found in the carved oak balcony, and the marble fireplaces.
Situated on a hill and surrounded by trees, Groups will find in the castle a suitable space well suited to small meetings and gatherings.
My family at one time owned Cobbetts Pond. Sears Castle is a beautiful private secret behind it's brick high walls. The pond adds ambiance to any event. It's
a rare beauty. Take time to see
all the nuances.
Love and memories,
Lucia Horne Stumreiter