The walk up to the North Star’s garden is an adventure all on its own.
Temperance discovered this stone elephant deep in some forgotten jungle. She brought it home piece by piece, but it didn’t go together quite as she found it.
Temperance found this massive stone head tumbled at the entrance of an abandoned temple. It must have been a Herculean effort for the Avellana’s crew to transport it. Presumably the rest of the statue was simply too large to move.
This sleeping giant rests peacefully in Temperance’s garden. No one is entirely sure where the remainder of the statue is located.
The North Star’s sign features a blue and silver compass rose.
The North Star’s sign is backed with the Avellana’s old anchor.
The Avellana’s old anchor is encrusted with barnacles.
The North Star’s sign banner is emblazoned with the suite’s name.
Old Mr. Burrows’ underground cottage is tucked safely between the North Star and the Copper Crown.
Old Mr. Burrows’ great-great-great-grampy hand-carved quaint little details throughout the Under Hill suite.
The Under Hill’s private garden is tucked in a tiny dell.
This baker’s style fireplace is nestled in a corner of the Under Hill’s private garden.
The “key feature” of the Under Hill’s sign.
Finely detailed filigree covers the heart’s lock.
The Under Hill’s sign banner is emblazoned with the suite’s name.
This heart’s lock features prominently on the Under Hill’s sign.
This grand entrance leads to the Crown family’s vaulted living room.
This formal walled garden sits behind the Copper Crown’s bailey wall.
This grand outdoor fireplace is emblazoned with the Crown family crest.
Stone dragons guard the windows and doors of the Crown family manor.
A crown of copper marks the location of our castle suite.
Delicate filigree surrounds the Copper Crown’s sign.
The Copper Crown’s sign banner is emblazoned with the suite’s name.
These blue gems sit in the sign’s crown.