How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn Ruther Glen
Travel Blogs from Ruther Glen
Helen cooked us all bacon and eggs this morning which tasted heavenly. Went down into Carytown where Bob drove us through to explore. Stopped at the fancy dress shop first, trying on lots of different costumes, found two amazing chicken masks that we had to buy. Nick took us next door to a guitar shop, showed me how much of a range there is of acoustic guitars. Headed down the road to a chocolate shop that ...
... charges' which proved pointless.
Spent quite a bit of time at Bloody lane and at Doles & Heth's salient where fighting was also chaotic and intense as the North bludgeoned the Southern forces with shear weight on numbers.
Made an unexpected stop at the Spotsylvania County Museum, where I was greeted by another elderly lady, not lovely but pleasant and very deaf!!! Conversation was interesting.
We had a restful night at the comfort inn in Lumberton, North Carolina. We had breakfast at the hotel before hitting the road around 8:30 AM. We had no movies on during the entire car ride. We stopped for lunch at an Italian restaurant outside of Richmond, Virginia. The ...
... managed to find me, and then she began to chastize me for being late, which I was not. Apparently she thought the flight was at 5:30 or something. We sorted that out, and I headed down to the security gate. I didn't get far before I got to the line of people waiting--I have never seen anything like this in Richmond. The line waiting to go through security wound through the zig-zag, down the hall, ...
... we got into the rental car at about 4:10, which put us slap into rush hour traffic headed out of San Francisco. (Thirty-five minutes later would have been just as bad or worse, so I can't complain that the airline got us into it, either.) We were in stop-and-go traffic from the bridge entry all the way to Albany Ave. where we got off of I-80 to take our chances with the stop lights on the surface streets. Tim should get a medal for driving all that way ...