awesome location and great staff!!!! clean room and comfortable
Our room had not been cleaned very well. We moved to a secondary room, and it also wasn’t cleaned very well
First of all, it is on a beautiful lake and a beautiful windy road. The room was noting like we expected. It was clean, just strange. Like rooming in a basement, but you can walk out of your room to the lake.
It was very clean and the rooms and location was excellent.
Excellent service and very clean rooms. Great breakfast too
The staff on the front desk very friendly and welcome. The hotel it self very clean .
I didn't like it being so close to the airport but that is a bonus for some. It is close to Liberty University which is one of the reasons I stayed there. Breakfast was pretty good and my bed was very comfortable. Newly renovated I think and I will definitely stay again!
Location was very good and central, property was clean and quiet, staff was friendly and excellent.
Stay was good. Beds where confortable, would stay again
Experience the natural beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains and the James River with a trip to Lynchburg, Virginia. This historic town offers hotels Lynchburg guests the chance to explore the region's local history, enjoy scenic outdoor adventures, as well as great shopping and dining options. There are many Lynchburg hotels to choose from including budget rooms, suites at historic hotels like the Craddock Terry, and country bed and breakfasts like the Federal Crest Inn.
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