Jam-packed airport parking lots, long TSA lines and flight delays make traveling by air in the summer anything but relaxing. Luckily, Western Pennsylvania offers several upscale resorts just 90 minutes from the Pittsburgh area. You’ll want to keep these three resorts in mind when you’re planning your summer getaway.
Seven Springs, PA
Seven Springs Resort offers much more than skiing and snowboarding. In fact, you’ll be able to enjoy even more of the resort when you visit during the summer months. While you’re a guest at Seven Springs, make time for a facial and massage at the Trillium spa, followed by a leisurely meal at one of the eight on-site restaurants. Take in the mountain views while you play the par 71 mountain golf course, or get in a little fly fishing at one of several fishing ponds.
Other recreational opportunities include bowling, an indoor miniature golf course, paddleboats, disc golf, Segway tours, horseback riding, indoor and outdoor pools, ziplines and sporting clays. Want to spend some time on the slopes? Go for a ride on the Alpine Slide, or take the chairlift to the top of the mountain, then ride your mountain bike down the trails.
Seven Springs offers luxurious rooms and suites in a 10-story hotel tower located right in the middle of things. If you’d prefer a little more space, townhomes, cabins and chalets spread across the property provide more square footage and increased privacy.
A round of golf at Mystic Rock at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort includes your own caddie. While you concentrate on correcting your slice, you caddie will help you read the greens and select the ideal club for your next shot. If you enjoy the thrill of playing on a brand new course, you’ll want to visit on July 1 or later when the Shepherd’s Rock course opens.
A massage or treatment in the Woodlands spa will help you relax your muscles, lower your stress level and help you get into vacation mode. After you spend the day at the pool, tennis courts, ropes courses, climbing wall, miniature golf course or bike trails, why not try your luck at the slot machines and table games at the resort’s Lady Luck Casino Nemacolin?
The Omni Bedford Springs Resort pairs history with all the amenities you’ve come to expect from a luxury resort. The resort, built in 1806, features meticulously restored guest rooms and even a restored indoor pool. Although the spring-fed pool looks just like it did in 1905,it’s been heated for your comfort.
The resort also offers plenty of activities to fill your days, including a Donald Ross/A.W. Tillinghaust-designed 18-hole golf course, mineral springs treatments at the Springs Eternal Spa, hiking trails, tennis courts, Segway tours, bocce ball, badminton, volleyball, hiking, biking, fishing and five restaurants.
Returning from a summer getaway is always a more pleasant experience when your home is just as luxurious as the vacation spots you visit. If your house could benefit from a little updating, give Master Remodelers a call. We’ll help you create a home remodeling project that will truly turn your home into a haven.