Wing's Castle

717 Bangall Road, Millbrook, New York 12545
Innkeeper(s): Peter Wing
  • Welcome to Wing's Castle

    Welcome to Wing's Castle

  • Private Bath in Each Room

    Private Bath in Each Room

  • Enchanted lands beneath the old timbers of the castle roofs

    Enchanted lands beneath the old timbers of the castle roofs

  • Dungeon Room

    Dungeon Room


Guest Rooms

No need to run off to Europe, you can enjoy the majestic panoramic views of the picturesque Hudson Valley at Wing's Castle. Escape to the country for a night or a weekend and relax in a true stone castle 70 miles north of New York City, in the quaint happening town of Millbrook, New York. Seen from the property, a 60 mile view stretches from Storm King in Newburgh to the Catskill Mountain Ranges of Woodstock, all overlooking Millbrook Vineyards & Winery from the Castle's very own Stonehenge.

Enjoy breakfast at The Red Devon Cafe or Babette's Kitchen, each five minutes from the castle, both serving gourmet local foods.

Currently there are two secluded rooms featuring  double beds, with a private bathroom and shower. The rooms are spacious, offering the comforts of modern day amenities in the rustic setting of an enchanting 15th century country castle, right here in New York State. Please call for rates & availability.

Dungeon Room

A secluded room in the dungeon.


  • Radiant heat
  • Private bath
  • Coffees, teas and refrigerated drinks
  • Contintental breakfast
  • Tour of Wing's Castle

Tower Room

A comfortable room in the tower.


  • Air
  • Private bath
  • Coffees and teas
  • Continental breakfast
  • Tour of Wing's Castle

Guest Information

  • Reservations are by phone only (845-677-9085)  
  • Book keeping fees for cancellations
  • You must cancel any reservations 10 ten days out
  • We will refund any charges if the room rents out within those 10 ten days
  • All fees quoted are for double occupancy only
  • If you need a third person quote please ask
  • Wing's Castle is trying to establish a quiet getaway for Adults, so we are sorry but we cannot accommodate Children, or pets
  • A tour of the Castle is conducted after breakfast, about 9 a.m