Split Rock Resort & Golf Club

Address: 100 Moseywood Road, Lake Harmony, Pennsylvania, 18624, United States | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort, located on 100 Moseywood Road, Lake Harmony, is near Hickory Run State Park, Jack Frost Mountain Resort, and Deer Path Stable.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Split Rock Resort & Golf Club Lake Harmony

    Great for Kids


    We loved the accomodations and the numerous activities available for children. We stayed four days and enjoyed our stay very much.

    Stay in the Galleria Suites, they are large and new.

    Great Staff, we would return for a longer viist.

    Not the best


    stayed last Feb. when storm hit - could not leave on date expected - left later - we were able to upgrade room - but room old - in need of updating - buffet style for breakfast and dinner - food was fair - I have two boys - they were not crazy about the food choices.

    Food Stinks - Facilities Good


    We loved this resort - perfect for kids under 10...but the food was terrible! Filet Mignon tasted like rubber, the scrambled eggs were powdered-based and smelled horribly, nothing was seasoned, and everything tasted as it if was prepared, frozen, then thawed out. Pasta sauce was drenched in oregano and most dishes are beyond bland with frozen vegetables as a side dish. Rice and pasta were sitting in water for such a long time, that everytime it was presented, it had grown to the size of a potato! No toast with breakfast - ever! And, what ever happed to bacon as part of a breakfast buffet? Very poorly selected and prepared. NOthing was fresh or desireable enough for the next day. Both the Lodge and the GAlleria restaurants are in need of a new chef and catering manager..desperately!



    My husband and I stayed at the villa with 2 kids last winter. The villa was wonderful. Clean and cozzy. We loved outdoor activities and wilderness. The meal plan was fine. However, everything was over priced. We could have much more fun and a longer stay anywhere in the world for what we paid for Split Rock. It sounded like much more than it turned out to be.



    This place is a joke.

    My wife and I were 100% dissatisfied with the resort and it's amenities. Poor service, horrible food, antiquated and outdated facilities, not to mention a management staff that does not know the meaning of customer service.

    If you like 1970's decor, prison food, poor service, etc., then this is your place!

    Not a dump in the poconos


    the place is far from being a dump in the poconos,rooms were spacy,very well decorated and very clean.whole place was clean and very pretty.food was great and a good menu.staff was wonderful.lake was just beautiful.so much to do there also.most beautiful were the people friendy deer who roam the resort grounds...i will go back often as we can.great for kids and adults



    Three of my friends and myself spent May 31st - June 7th at the Westwood Villas at Split Rock Resort and loved it. We woke to the sound of nature!! There were deer in the front and the back yards. They stood and looked and you allowing time for pictures! It was almost as if they were posing!! There were chipmunks every where. It was awesome. The resort itself was great. Lots of room for all of us. They even had an adjoining room to both bedrooms that held a sauna and a hot tub! This was very nice. The villa was clean and nicely decorated. The only thing it did not have was a washer and dryer in the villa itself. I am use to staying at resorts with a washer and dryer in the room which makes things much nicer. However, they do have guest laundry facilities available to you. There were many amenities at the resort, but we were so busy sightseeing that we never used any of them. It would have been nice to be able to go to the lake, but the weather was rainy and cold. Who can predict what the weather will be like when you plan a vacation???? We had a great time and the people at the resort were very helpful whenever we had a need or a question. I would highly recommend Westwood Villas. I plan to return when I know the weather will be warmer!

    Great Staff, Lousy Food


    I took 4 teen girls last December for a long weekend. The suite was dark and shabby, but clean and in working order. The food was lousy and overpriced, but the staff couldn't have been nicer. The girls went to the movies, bowled, played bingo in the lobby, listened to the band, and had a wonderful time. I sat in the whirlpool and relaxed by the pool, knowing that the girls were safe and happy under the same huge roof. I would go back again but not with the meal plan.

    Great Get a way


    My husband & I spend weekends at the Villas at Split Rock whenever possible. We enjoy the units and the facilities. We booked a week there for Thanksgiving several years ago and the "kids" ( 15-21 yrs had a great time. We travel extensively for business reasons, but when we're ready for a weekend get away - its either Split Rock or Caesars Pocono Palace.

    A Dump In the Poconos


    Don't bother. The place is falling apart, the rug and bedspread had cigarette burns and the gratuity was included in the price. Never again!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Split Rock Resort & Golf Club Lake Harmony

    3.00 of 5 stars Good

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