At Nemacolin, everything is possible. Guests of this Allegheny Mountains retreat can start their day on the top resort course in Pennsylvania, choose from afternoon activities ranging from a Zen-inspired spa to ziplining, enjoy nationally acclaimed dining and end the day at the blackjack tables at Lady Luck Casino Nemacolin.
Whether it’s a golf trip, a family vacation or a romantic getaway, this 2,200-acre, four-season resort has you covered. Nemacolin ranks among the nation’s most-decorated destinations.
Elegantly appointed, The Chateau, with 124 rooms, has long held Forbes Four-Star and AAA Four-Diamond status. Nemacolin also has the rare distinction of offering a Five-Star and Five-Diamond restaurant and hotel —Lautrec, under the innovative direction of Chef Kristin Butterworth, and Falling Rock, which has 43 luxurious rooms.
Nemacolin’s two rugged Pete Dye designs, Mystic Rock and Shepherd’s Rock, are a fitting legacy to the Hall of Fame architect, ranking No. 1 and No. 5 in Pennsylvania. The resort’s private homes and estates are ideal for families and large golf groups.
Invariably, one visit to Nemacolin is never enough. The sheer breadth of activities – including fly fishing, clay shooting, rock climbing, 4-wheel driving, even a wildlife center with exotic species – guarantees your next visit will be better than your last.
Nemacolin is located 70 miles southeast of Pittsburgh in the Laurel Highlands. Guests also can arrive via the resort’s private airstrip.
Farmington, Pennsylvania • 866.344.6957 • Nemacolin.com
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