Choose Glenlaurel for all of your Hocking Hills, Ohio lodging needs.
There is never a shortage of things to do on our majestic 140-acre property. Play our Scottish links course, take a hike, indulge in a relaxing massage or just sit by the crackling fire during your next Hocking Hills travel experience. Hocking Hills is also a winter wonderland! The entire southeastern part of Ohio is considered the Appalachian Highlands. Within that area is Hocking Hills. When the last ice age moved through Ohio years ago, it missed this area leaving behind phenomenal geologic formations. We hope you'll come for a visit and experience this part of Ohio...you won't be disappointed.
Learn more about Glenlaurel’s Hocking Hills accommodations by reading our blogs or calling 800-809-REST (7378) for more information.
In January, we hosted a small group for dinner and are so pleased to be featured. Our fine dining is featured in several online videos called "the best food and cluture in Hocking Hills." We couldn't be more proud to be part of this! There are several sites where the video is posted, but here are a couple of the links, they saved the best for last!
White Chocolate Mousse for mom and more…submitted by Executive Chef John.
WHITE CHOCOLATE MOUSSE
Makes approximately 8.5 cup servings
• 12 oz. white chocolate
• 1/2 quart heavy cream
• 3/4 cups cream anglaise (recipe follows)
Heat white chocolate in a double boiler, stirring until melted, remove from heat. Add cream anglaise while stirring with a...
Enjoy an exclusive dinner event at Glenlaurel! On May 27, we will be pairing four historic Scottish beers with a six-course dinner created by our Executive Chef. The Historic Scottish Ales highlight a range of flavors including pine, elderberry, fruity hints of cedar, and salted chocolate of the Kelpie.
$62 per person, plus tax and...
Seasonal Vegetables on Flatbread from Chef John
When we asked Chef John for a nice springtime recipe, wow, he did not disappoint! As the calendar takes us closer to spring, we are planning our gardens and getting ready to prepare lighter fare. John says, "a weekly recipe for me, at home (and a seasonal appetizer at Glenlaurel), is pizza. It's fun and...
Every four years, an extra day added to the calendar to help synchronize it with earth’s orbit around the sun and the actual passing of the seasons. the reason is that earth takes approximately 365.25 days to orbit around the sun every year and its the .25 that creates the need for a leap year.
In honor of the illusive leap day, you will receive 29%...