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Each of our Hocking Hills cabins & cottages are themed after a prominent personality from Scottish history. Their large living room windows give views of the woods—a seasonally changing mural to the many faces of nature. An outside light burns brightly to welcome you home.

Enjoy the warmth of our massive stone fireplaces and small Franklin stove. A small kitchenette with an intimate table for two completes the setup: it’s perfect for sharing a hot cup of tea or coffee, a snack, or a romantic in-room dinner.

Pass into the bedroom and feast your eyes on the luxurious King Sleigh Bed. The grand entertainment centers have a flat-screen TV & Blu-Ray player for movie viewing, or listen to the sounds of your favorite CDs all over your Hocking Hills cottage and private deck.

The bathroom suite starts with a walk-in dressing area with vanity prep for two and all the necessary bath amenities. The spacious inner bath has a two-person shower stall and other necessities, including good reading light!

From the bedroom, open the double French doors to the private deck, and anticipate a relaxing hot tub soak, the quiet sounds of nature and the fresh evening air. Step to the privacy wall and view your own secret garden with double hammock and chairs for romantic stargazing. Hear the gurgle of legendary Camusfearna Gorge deep in the woods of your personal estate. For an evening, sanctuary is yours.

View our all luxurious accommodations at Glenlaurel, then reserve online or dial 800-809-REST (7378) for packages & specials.

  • The MacIntosh Cottage

    Charles Rennie MacIntosh, the Glasgow-born architect and designer whose bold designs helped usher in modern architecture and his wife Margaret MacDonald collaborated with him and encouraged his mystical watercolors as seen in this cottage. His abstract kissing butterflies are carved into the mantle and are symbolic of their art style. All the heavy wood...

  • The MacKay Cottage

    Pronounced MacKii by the Scots, the MacKay clan is known for introducing golf to Scotland. As golf is to Scotland, so is Clan MacKay cottage to Glenlaurel. The MacKay clan has operated the premier golf shop in the village of St. Andrews since the beginning of gold. A  nickered golfer in full swing is carved into the mantle and above the mantle is a...

  • The MacLeod Cottage

    Pronounced MacCloud by the Scots, the MacLeod clan is best known for promoting bagpipe music in Scotland. When the chieftain of Clan MacLeod returned from the Middle East, he brought along a piper of sorts to entertain his household at Dunvegan Castle on the Isle of Skye. And so began the history of bagpiping in Scotland. And so does the MacLeod cottage...

  • The MacTavish Cottage

    Legend has it that Ceymus MacTavish was the Laird of the original Glenlaurel estate - 300 years ago. The true history of the MacTavish clan is interwoven with stories, the facts have long since vanished. The Clan MacTavish cottage embodies all the enchanted fairytale elements that have woven the ancient lore of Scotland.

  • The Muir Cottage

    To enter the Clan Muir Cottage is to join Scotsman and pre-eminent naturalist John Muir for a walk in the wilderness (Muir was the founder of the Sierra Club and force behind the creation of Yosemite National Park). Hues of ancient green and terracotta grace the walls. Wilderness images and sculpture abound. A carved mantle over the gas log fireplace...

  • The Wallace Cottage

    William Wallace of Braveheart fame represents the warriorhood that is woven throughout Scottish history, and is probably the best known highlander in the modern world. A replica of Wallace's claymore is carved into the mantle. Red and gold decor sets the tone in the Wallace Cottage. Accents of iron, glass and leather create touches reminiscent of those in...


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