Front entrance of The Omni Bedford Springs Resort
On arrival, you’ll be greeted by courteous Valet attendants, where they’ll park your car, and take your bags directly to your room.
1941 – 1943 The U.S. Navy occupied the resort, using it as a training facility for radio operators.
The resort has a Southern appeal on the exterior. It brought back memories from when I lived in South Carolina. The resort is very relaxing.
Enjoy an Afternoon Tea every Friday and Saturday in the Pink Room. More info and outfit pics here.
In the late 1700s, the Native Americans shared the mineral springs with Dr. John Anderson. Dr. Anderson purchased and built a home on the property and visitors arrived from around the globe to experience the mineral springs.
Dr. Anderson housed guests in tents and offered prescriptions based upon their needs.
Dr. Anderson built The Stone Inn in 1806 for all his guests that would visit to “take the waters.”
Enjoy a hike on the resort property. Cross the walking bridge and then choose your path. Here’s a map of all the trails.
Us girls woke up on a Saturday morning, grabbed a cup of coffee and headed for the trails.
The restaurants at the resort hand picks herbs from their garden that they use in their cuisines. The resort chef even has a vegetable garden!
The Crystal Dining Room
By far my favorite decor (besides the Pink Room…of course)! Enjoy eating farm-to-table fresh products from local family farms, ranches and fisheries.
Short Rib Ravioli
Caramelized Onion / Smoked Sour Cream
Roasted Garlic Dressing
Seared Skuna Bay Salmon
Stone Ground Mustard Glaze / Bacon & Wild Rice Melange
1796 Dining Room
Bedford Springs signature steak and chophouse. Named after the year Dr. John Anderson purchased the land which the resort now stands on.
President James Buchanan spent 40 summers at The Bedford Springs.
In 1858, the first transatlantic cable was received by President Buchanan in the lobby of the Bedford Springs Resort.
The decor is phenomenal at Bedford Springs. Even the women’s restroom is stylish!
See Afternoon Tea post for outfit details.
The fire pit (chair area in the pic) is the place to be after dinner. When all us girls arrived on Friday night, we ate dinner at the Frontier Tavern, and then went to the fire pit.
One of the hallways at the resort that reminded me of the Titanic.
The heated spring-fed indoor POOL is on the left. In 1905, the resort had one of the first indoor pools in the United States. Musicians would serenade the swimmers from an elevated opera box.
Friday’s #OOTD (Outfit of the Day), with a TGIF drink.
BLAZER H&M (similar style) \\ TOP Express \\ JEANS Express \\ HEELS Steve Madden \\ CLUTCH Aldo (similar style)
The Springs Eternal Spa
More things to do at Bedford Springs Resort…
The Bedford Springs Resort is the perfect place for your next getaway, whether that’s with friends, family, or significant other.