Owner Jack D. Gulati at the main entrance of Stokesay Castle, Lower Alsace Township, in November.
There are 1 comment on the Reading Eagle/Reading Times story from Dec 21, 2009, titled Owner Jack D. Gulati at the main entrance of Stokesay Castle, Lower Alsace Township, in November.. In it, Reading Eagle/Reading Times reports that:
Stokesay Castle's new owner plans a 66-room boutique hotel at the Lower Alsace Township landmark, he told the township zoning hearing board Monday.
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#1 Jan 30, 2010
I applaud Mr. Gulati He is willing to invest in Stokesay and make it a lovely place to dine and have special events. A boutique hotel is a fantastic idea! Everyone in Reading always complains there is nothing to do and you need to travel Well, now you have a beautiful castle, great food, service/staff, manager (Louis!) ballroom and outdoor dining! I've dined there for brunch, lunch, dinner & special events and they are doing a fabulous job! No cutting corners for Mr. G! I would love to see the little tudor "house" as a suite for a bride and groom! Best of luck and much success Mr. Gulati! You have my vote! I appreciate you investing in Reading and providing our city with such a beauitful venue!
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