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The rooms at Falling Rock are cozy and comfortable, and they’re the perfect retreat after a day of activities at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort. Muted hues of brown, green and maroon match the hotel’s décor and give the rooms a serene feeling, while organic materials like cherry wood bring the resort’s grounds indoors. Natural light streams in through large windows; some rooms have balconies for taking in views of Mystic Rock golf course and the woodlands surrounding it. Beds with padded, tufted headboards add to the softness of the space, and provide a good place to watch the 32-inch flat screen TV, housed in a wood armoire. A floor lamp with a tree motif and angular furniture remind us of the hotel’s modern lodge vibe.
In the bathrooms, toffee-colored granite pairs with dark wood cabinetry, and double square sinks are finished with shiny brass fixtures. Modern sconces of stacked rectangular prisms add interest to the large mirror. A white soaking tub is grounded in marble tile. Save time for a long soak in the separate shower — it has four heads that you can customize for an invigorating experience.
Falling Rock has 42 guestrooms, four of which are suites. Each room has cherry wood throughout, fine cabinetry is featured in the large bathrooms and custom furniture and decor. The feeling of the room is that of a fine ship cabin, with a prow and at the prow is a spectacular view. Each room offers soft seating near the window and a desk. Balcony rooms offer a two-person triangular shaped balcony with spectacular views. Luxury rooms forgo the balcony additional square footage in the form of a corner window.