The hotel’s pastoral setting and historic authenticity evoke a genteel era when life was uncomplicated—especially for the elite who summered here.
Golf on the celebrated Bedford Old Course; swimming in the historic indoor pool; the bath ritual (scrub, shower, steam, hot and cold plunges) before a spa treatment.
Most Unusual Activities
Scavenger hunts and other kids’-program fun; s’mores by the fire pit; fishing.
Dining options—all good—range from the Crystal Room’s comfort food to the 1796 Room’s gourmet fare to the Frontier Tavern’s pub grub.
Historic buildings in Bedford; 14 covered bridges; graves of early settlers at the 1806 Log Church; wineries; Shawnee Lake; trap shooting.
$149 and up per person per night (double occupancy) with breakfast to $397 a room with all kids’ meals, two breakfast buffets, and a $100 activity credit.
Ideal for golf or spa getaways, history buffs, couples, and kids under 13.
Fall Weekends 2009: Bedford Springs Resort
Reviewed By David Dorsen
Comments () | Published September 1, 2009