Sixty garden style one-level units offer guests private decks with views of mountain foliage at Lake Lenore

The Lodge at Chalk Hill, built in year 1989, sits atop 37 lush acres within the heart of the beautiful Laurel Highlands in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, along Historic Route 40. The mountains that make up the Laurel Highlands are the highest in Pennsylvania. Breathtaking natural scenery surrounds you wherever you go – from stunning outdoors to renowned cultural and historic sites, festivals, special events and more, there is an amazing selection of experiences waiting just for you.

On property, sixty garden-style one-level units offer guests private decks with views of the famous mountain foliage and Lake Lenore, as well as convenient door-to-door complimentary parking for registered guests. Guests may choose from double rooms, king kitchenette rooms, or adjoining suite accommodations. Imagine yourself enjoying dinner with your friends or family outside on your own private deck. The comfortable and casual setting of your lodgings will set the tone for a relaxing escape.

The Lodge at Chalk Hill  is a AAA Two Diamond approved facility where outdoor recreation is abundant all around, including on-property complimentary catch and release fishing at Lake Lenore, volleyball, a half-mile lighted jogging trail, and children's play area.

Families and Tour Groups are delighted with the convenient location of the Lodge to area activities and attractions. The front desk staff is available to assist guests with directions for white water rafting, caving, horseback riding, golf, tours of Fallingwater, Kentuck Knob and Christian W. Klay Winery and dining at The Historical Stone House Restaurant. An array of winter activities including downhill and cross country skiing, and sleigh rides are within minutes of the Lodge.

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