Philadelphia Magazine Fall 2016: Glendorn: “Lodge Gone Luxe”
September 7, 2016
A curious thing happened this summer. Travel + Leisure put out its annual list of the top resort hotels in the country, and Glendorn, a place in Bradford, Pennsylvania—a teensy rural town outside of Buffalo— crowned the list (and was ranked number six in the world). I was skeptical (the top resort hotel—in rural Pennsylvania? Really?) but also excited: My wife, kids and I were headed there in just a few weeks.
Turns out they nailed it. The Relais & Château woodland retreat is located on 1,500 lush acres adjacent to Allegheny National Forest. We checked into one of the resort’s 12 stand-alone cabins, John’s Cabin, a four-bedroom haven named for oil baron John Dorn, who built Glendorn as his family getaway in the early 1900s. (There’s also a four-room lodge on the property.)
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Philadelphia Magazine Fall 2016