FARMINGTON, PA—Nemacolin Woodlands has renovated townhomes that pay homage to former president George Washington.
In the summer of 1754, Washington explored this area of Pennsylvania and traveled along what is now U.S. Route 40—the same road that is in front of Nemacolin, to fight at Fort Necessity.
The decor of these townhomes reflect the colonial history and heritage of the Laurel Highlands and celebrate the roles of Washington, British Major General Edward Braddock and Chief Nemacolin. The profiles of all three of these men are in the custom wallpaper found in each unit.
The kitchens in the townhomes have timber walls and hand-carved tables and chairs from Pennsylvania’s Amish community. The bedrooms and living spaces are decorated in red, white and blue, complete with the property’s signature plaid. The kitchen ceiling of every Washington Townhome incorporates the “morning star” symbol of Native American culture.
Guests at the townhome have access to all the amenities of the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, including everything from art tours to zip lines to championship golf.