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The Lodge at Nemacolin is located in Farmington, Pennsylvania, just 70 miles southeast of Pittsburgh. Situated on nearly 2,000 acres in the beautiful Laurel Highlands region of the Allegheny Mountains, Nemacolin is consistently recognized in the hospitality and travel industry.

Hotel Address

1001 Lafayette Drive, Farmington

Pennsylvania, United States 15437

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