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.
Samhain (pronounced SAH-win) is a Celtic festival held on November 1st. Historically, it marked the end of harvest and the beginning of Winter. This year, Ohio fans of Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series are celebrating the holiday, and their favorite book's transition to a Starz original television series, here at Glenlaurel Inn.
Outlander fan and...
Golf, as we know it today, originated in Scotland centuries ago. While we now enjoy heavily manicured greens and motorized golf carts on most typical courses, links golf or pasture golf can look a wee bit different.
Here are four things you need to know about links golf:
1. Why do you say "Golf, the way it was meant to be played centuries ago?"...
Step away from the soda - here's a simple and delicious summer drink that will delight young and old! The floral spiciness of the lavender adds a whole new layer to this beloved summer refreshment.
2 qt water
2 cups sugar
Juice of 10 lemons
1-4 tbps food grade lavender buds
1. Create a simple syrup to sweeten the lemonade.
Thank you, friends.
As you may well know, July of 2014 marks the 20th anniversary of Glenlaurel’s Grand Opening. To commemorate, we held a two day event on July 13th & 14th. Guests celebrated into the night with us both evenings.
After a welcoming reception in the Manor House parlor, guests mingled amongst the beautiful music of Delightful...
Are you curious about fine dining, but afraid to go gourmet? Here are three helpful tips to get you through your first 6 or 7 course fine dining experience at Glenlaurel:
1. You'll be sumptuously satisfied, not full-to-bursting with food.
Fine dining, like that at Glenlaurel, is elegant and well-balanced; each course is specifically created to work...