The Historic Raymond House is the home to Denver's premier Bed and Breakfast Inn, The Castle Marne. Built in 1889 as the first home in the newly forming neighborhoods of Denver away from downtown. The Rhyolite stone building was built by famed architect William Lang, creating Denver's own European style Stone Castle which put Denver on the map. Listed in the Dupont Registry of American Castles sets this building apart from anything else in the city and Colorado. Still using many of the same amenities of the 1900's, such as original hot water radiator heat, an original bathroom featured in one of the 9 rooms, and then augmented with modern day luxuries such as in-room Jacuzzi tubs, and the city's only outdoor hot tubs for two on private balconies. The three rooms with private hot tubs make the Castle Marne, Denver's most luxurious and recognized iconic stone buildings open to the general public as the most welcoming B&B inn, as listed by TripAdvisor, BedandBreakfast.com and Conde Nast Johansens.