Paintsville Days Inn

Address: 512 South Mayo Trail, Paintsville, Kentucky, 41240, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 512 South Mayo Trail, Paintsville, is near Loretta Lynn's Birthplace - Butcher Hollow and Mountain HomePlace.
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    Travel Blogs from Paintsville

    HOMEWARD BOUND!

    A travel blog entry by xplorin46 on Jun 26, 2013

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... not too high - a very peaceful scene.

    Crossing the Ohio River into Kentucky, we spent the morning
    winding down snaky 2-lane highway 421. The area was dotted with modest homes
    with gardens, streams, and limestone cliffs... very scenic. Then we got onto
    I-64 to go around Frankfort and Lexington, and we watched the horse country
    roll by - beautiful stables, fencing, and huge estates.... and of ...

    A lovely visit to Hillbilly Hell

    A travel blog entry by corryn on Apr 19, 2012

    27 photos

    Now don't get upset by the title... I have called Prestonsburg this for many years... We have a love hate relationship. As I get older I slowly... very slowly start to see why my Dad has chosed to live here. He's on a lovely farm in a holar (did I spell that right?) lol who knows... not a word in my daily or monthly conversations. But anyway I'm back to spend time with my Dad, his wife Debby and their ...

    Kentucky just wont let go

    A travel blog entry by chrisjess2011 on Jul 16, 2011

    1 photo

    ... amazing valley on mountains. You can really see why they call the Kentucky Appalachians the smoky mountains. The fog and clouds draped over the mountain tops of green masses of trees. The town of Pikeville was sunken into a narrow valley in the secluded mountains. Great location, just not for cyclists with thousands of coal trucks passing through daily. What to do? Finally, much to our dismay, we were forced to rent a Uhaul and drive into Virginia. Live to ride another day! ...

    Max Meadows, Virginia

    A travel blog entry by jimcabay on Nov 14, 2009

    ... before falling into a kettle of water. There was a tunnel from this bottom kettle to the rivers edge so loading them onto boats was easier. NOW, we understand why nobody could hit a barn door with a musket – the balls were about as irregular as hail.

    Blue Ridge Parkway – Constructed strictly for the leisurely enjoyment of scenic wonders AND for those who have experienced it, this is “America’s Favorite Drive.” Very ...

    In Transit

    A travel blog entry by brentandjo on Jul 31, 2008

    2 comments

    We left Lexington this morning is rain. It is our first morning of rain on this trip and maybe only our second day of rain before lunch. We are heading to the town of Hiltons Kentucky where the Carter Family Fold is located. This weekend is the annual memorial festival at the Carter Family Fold (As in June Carter's family) see www.carterfamilyfold.org We are going to listen to country music and soak up some more culture! I ...