We stayed here for a Dicken's evening with a 6 course dinner. The croft (cabin) was great--very nice with lots of amenities. The Dicken's part of the evening was very nice BUT the dinner was NOT worth $49 per person. The courses were very small and the entrees (chicken, pork & duck) were average. The dessert was a poached pear with marscapone (SP?) cheese. It looked and tasted like a canned pear with cream cheese. There were 4 of us and we were all very disappointed. The breakfast was again OK but nothing special. Also, we had a terrible time getting there and getting around once we were there. They don't take care of the roads around the inn and we slipped and slid all over the place. Won't be going back.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A visit to Glenlaurel is laced with romance; from the moment the Manor House comes into view at the driveway entrance until it fades into the tree line from the rearview mirror at departure...the warm welcome at the front door feels like arriving at the stately home of a distant but approachable relative where the children are all grown or away for the weekend. Welcome into the Legend...the Legend of Glenlaurel. Experience the look of the Scottish countryside and the feel of times gone by at our luxurious Hocking Hills accommodations (rooms, suites, crofts, and cottages) that are perfect for romantics and dreamers. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Glen Laurel Hotel Rockbridge
- Country Inn Rockbridge
- Rockbridge Country Inn