Microtel Inn By Wyndham Georgetown
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Microtel Inn By Wyndham Georgetown
Travel Blogs from Georgetown
... barn we are staying in. Eric and Andrea also took turns riding on the back seat. We had the opportunity to learn more about Barb’s sport, and to see her and Night Flyer in action.
Then the girls were excited to learn that they could help wash and curry Night Flyer. They eagerly scrubbed and rubbed and didn’t even mind getting a little, okay a LOT, wet. Such a generous gesture for Barb to do this for us — she hitched up ...
... normal; font-family: Helvetica;">Have a Sunday Sundae.
As we started off this morning, these goals seemed harder than they appear at first glance. For the first time in seven days, the girls weren't up at the crack of dawn, eager to get started. It seemed as though “Vacation Lag” had set in. With a little extra encouragement and a reminder of things to come, the cereal was finally eaten, hair combed, and family ...
... While the kids kept themselves busy bouncing from room to room, Mom and Dad kept themselves busy building palaces, pyramids, and the Coliseum. A highlight was making iced tea play dough.
Lunch was a picnic in Triangle Park. The Confucius Institute and the University of Kentucky were holding a street fair there, and we checked out the various booths. We experienced some Chinese culture and both Macy and Anna earned a free T-shirt ...
... to dangle. Although Thoroughbred Park may not be the most ritzy and glamorous place in Lexington, it is definitely a worthwhile spot to stop for any who sojourn here.
Unless you are from these parts, you may assume Central Kentucky is only known for its bourbon. In this, you’d be wrong. Their most famous, if not addicting, beverage is suitable for all ages, and made in a small warehouse twenty ...
... at the front, we were directed to the large sampling table which contained many different types of chocolate. We were encouraged to continue sampling until the tour started.
Ten o’clock on a Wednesday morning meant that it was a Christenson private tour. Cynthia, our guide, taught us about the chocolate making process, and the history of this 50 year old, family owned confectionary. While on the tour, we sampled ...