If your clients are tired of chaotic, jam-packed cities and
larger-than-life mega resort complexes, guide them to
Bedford Springs is currently undergoing a $108 million restoration that will transport the resort back to its historic roots, which date back to 1796.
The 216 guest rooms, which come in four different styles spread over several different structures, will feature up-to-date technology, including wireless, high-speed Internet access, 32-inch flat-screen TVs and iPod docking stations.
The resort also includes a full-service destination spa—designed around the location's natural springs—20,000 square feet of meeting and event space, a new $1.5 million outdoor pool, as well as an indoor pool fed by the mineral springs. The resort's six dining options offer traditional American cuisine with mid-Atlantic roots. Renovations to the 18-hole golf course include a restoration of the natural spring bed with native grasses and other natural materials native to the flood plane.
When the resort reopens, the most requested accommodations
will be the Valley View rooms, which are on the front side of the hotel and
offer a porch, rocking chairs, views of the front lawn, gardens and Shobers Run
Creek. Great views aren't limited to the Valley View rooms; five suites in the
new spa wing of the hotel, which is near the Spring Eternal Spa, offer views of
If your client starts craving city life after their peaceful sojourn—the resort's optimal location is a two-hour drive from Baltimore and Washington, D.C. as well as 90 minutes from Pittsburgh, three hours from Philadelphia and four hours from New York City.
Although Bedford Springs officially reopens July 1, it began accepting reservations in March. Ten percent of the room rate will be commissionable at the resort. Travel agents sending their clients should contact Director of Sales and Marketing Todd Gillespie at 814-623-8100.