Enjoy the luxury at Glenlaurel during your Hocking Hills vacation.
The Carriage House
The nearby Carriage House has two guest rooms. Upstairs, the Robertson Garrett has a private bath, a kitchenette, and sitting area. Downstairs, the Douglas Highlander Suite has a two-person whirlpool tub, kitchenette, and a large deck.
The Manor House
It is truly the crown jewel of Glenlaurel-the original home of the Laird. Its cheery facade of stone and stucco gives way to the fabled carved mantle in the parlor, three dining rooms, the Loch Ness pub, the Piper's Cove, the Waif's Haven kitchen, two guest rooms, and two guest suites.
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Situated on the first floor of the Manor House, this lovely room has a two-person whirlpool tub in the bath, gas-log fireplace in the bedroom, and cozy deck facing south with a view of the wedding garden and bird feeders. The Campbell deck is connected to the Grand Deck of the Manor House. A beloved feature is the three-part stained glass by Jill French...
The story is told that Rob Roy and Mary MacGregor have visited this room - at least in spirit as they prepared for those steamy love scenes in the movie "Rob Roy." The Macgregor Room is located nearest the kitchen where wonderful aromas of coffee fill the house and morning breakfast soon awaits you. Perfect for early risers!
The windows in the Robertson Garrett peer into treetops during the summer and across the valley in the winter. This Garrett is located on the second floor of the Carriage House and has a private bath with tub/shower, queen bed, and an easy chair for reading. There is also a charming sitting area and kitchenette.