A quick trip to Williamsburg, Virginia allowed us to see parts of Northeast we had never seen before. Old town feel throughout our entire stay. Thanks BookVIP the savings was so worth it
A quick trip to Williamsburg, Virginia allowed us to see parts of Northeast we had never seen before.Old town feel throughout our entire stay.
Thanks BookVIP the savings was so worth it." Description: We recently spent three nights at this hotel, while visiting the Historic Triangle. Check in was quick and easy. They gave us a coupon book, with a map, and a printed list of directions to various "hot spots" in the area. We were on the third floor (four floors to this hotel), near the end of a hallway, so our room was mostly quiet.
The table with two chairs was a nice touch, so we didn't have just a bed to sit on. We did not visit the pool or exercise room, but they looked nice. My son really enjoyed the "game room", which consisted of two video games and a pinball machine. Breakfast was more than adequate, but a bit repetitive with scrambled eggs every day.
Plenty of TV channels, good size fridge, and a modern microwave (not like the ancient ones in many hotels). Directly across the street from Cracker Barrel, but you have to drive to it. Not on the main road with all the major businesses, but about a two minute drive to it.
A very easy walk to Kmart, DQ, and Pirate's Cove (mini golf course).Check out was very easy.