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.
French Toast in Scotland? As our delighted guests who've sampled our #sweetstobeat Best B&B Breakfast Contest entry for BedAndBreakfast.com could tell you: Ach, mais oui!
When Innkeeper Sabrina and Executive Chef Josh dreamed up this decadent dish, they were truly inspired! Check out our on-site restaurant page to learn more about the cuisine Chef Josh...
Molten Chocolate Cake - serves 12 4oz cups.
Melt the butter and the chocolate together over a double boiler.
Stir in the sifted powdered sugar.
Add the eggs and...
While we cannot promise instant tropical weather, we CAN promise an unforgettable evening at Glenlaurel when you reserve our Spring Fling Escape. Celebrate the new season with us during a one night stay in your choice of accommodation and enjoy a decadent six course dinner for two - featuring a special gourmet menu full of fresh and delicious Spring...
Our Glenlaurel Traditional Scottish Scones have been a breakfast staple at our Inn for as long as we can remember. You’ve devoured them and raved about them – now you can make them at home!
Winter Bird Feeding
The frigid temperatures can take a toll on wildlife. Birds look for reliable sources of food for wintertime survival as food is harder to find or buried under the snow. So, don’t forget to keep bird feeders stocked with bird seed and think about offering higher calorie/higher fat foods that will help with the sudden temperature drops...