Plan your visit to Berkeley

The small but illustrious city of Berkeley provides a unique backdrop to Castle in the Air's vibrant shop and many creative classes.

Accommodations

The Berkeley City Club, designed in 1929 by renowned architect Julia Morgan, includes 35 simple guestrooms in an elegant setting. The striking hotel and club is also known as Julia Morgan's "Little Castle," and is counted as a California Historical Landmark and included in the National Register of Historic Places.

 

Transportation

Castle in the Air is located conveniently close to I-80/I-580's University Avenue Exit, or can be reached by a pleasant 1.25 mile walk from the North Berkeley BART Station. Uber taxis are available for those wishing a ride directly to our doorstep.

Dining

Known by many as the “Gourmet Ghetto,” Berkeley is celebrated for its abundance of delicious and multicultural dining options.

Castle in the Air's Fourth Street neighborhood includes the classic Bette's Oceanview Diner, artisanal Japanese cuisine at Iyasare, fresh hearty seafood at Spenger's Fresh Fish Grotto, and a host of other exciting restaurants and cafes.