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You don’t need to be schooled in the intricacies of architectural design to notice that David Merritt, the designer responsible for the Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired Falling Rock at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, used Pennsylvania’s surrounding Laurel Highlands as another source of inspiration when planning out this stately hotel.
You’ll enjoy scenic views in all 42 guest rooms at Falling Rock, but if you want to truly be wowed during your stay, upgrade to one of the stunning corner suites. These rooms feature the largest balconies of any accommodation option at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, plus they overlook the championship-style Mystic Rock golf course, the hotel’s infinity pool and all that undulating beauty of the Laurel Highlands.
Though all of the guest rooms at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort’s Falling Rock have wonderful scenic views of Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands, our guests have made our corner suites, 1812-1821 and 1912-1921, very popular lodging choices as they have the largest balconies overlooking the famous Pete Dye designed, PGA-tour tested Mystic Rock golf course. However, the hotel designer, David Merritt, laid out the design to capture scenic views and wonderful sunsets that seem to perfectly disappear into the peaks of the surrounding mountains from every room.