The main lodge includes 30 rooms with 34 beds, including singles and doubles. The lodge can sleep a maximum of 44 people. Rooms are separated into three areas: the east wing, west wing, and original (log) lodge. Rooms are comfortable and clean, with fresh linens and towels, and new firm mattresses. Each wing has a fully-equipped kitchen and dining area. Except for rooms E108 and E114, which share a Jack-and-Jill bath, and S209, which has a private half-bath, restrooms and showers are shared. East and South Wing rooms each have a private sink and mirror.
The Artist's Cottage was built in the Gothic style by artist, painter, and naturalist Charles Durward. Private kitchen and full bathroom, small dining area and family room, a bedroom with a double bed and an upstairs sleeping loft with two single beds. Settled near the main lodge and next to Prentice Creek.
The Cornerstone Hermitage once served as the Durward's art gallery. Built of locally-quarried stone by the Durwards in the late 1800s. Sleeps two comfortably on two twin beds on the second floor. Beautiful views of the Glen from many original windows. Includes electricity and microwave, but no running water. Restrooms and shower are located in main lodge nearby.
Durward's Glen includes many meeting rooms to make your gathering or business meeting comfortable. One dining area will be provided for free when a group books ten or more sleeping rooms. The Glen is a popular location for artists and crafters and community groups looking for a less formal setting for their strategic planning and training exercises. It is also a wonderful place to hold family or class reunions, bridal or baby showers, wedding receptions, anniversary celebrations, and more!