A Boutique Hotel Near Lynchburg’s Top Attractions
Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Lynchburg has a wealth of natural and cultural attractions. Called the “City of Seven Hills,” historic Lynchburg was established in 1786. Guests at The Craddock Terry Hotel get a sense of the town’s dramatic past by touring Lynchburg’s dozen sites along the Civil War Trails, visiting local plantations, or exploring Poplar Forest, Thomas Jefferson’s personal retreat. Lynchburg is near many fine wineries, lush gardens, and hiking and bike trails along the scenic James River. Myriad festivals take place throughout the year.
Exercise while traveling by taking Buster Brown, The Craddock Terry Hotel’s canine mascot and “official greeter,” on a walk through Lynchburg’s historic district, or use the hotel’s fitness center. The boutique hotel is also an attractive and convenient venue for meetings, weddings, and other events. The Craddock Terry Hotel’s event center features flexible function spaces that comfortably accommodate anywhere from 10 to 200 people. Three private dining rooms in Bluffwalk Center restaurants accommodate between 8 and 40 guests. Host a large event at the James River Conference Center, located less than a mile from The Craddock Terry.
Attractions near The Craddock Terry include:
- Blue Ridge Mountains
- Civil War Trails
- Thomas Jefferson’s Poplar Forest
- James River Heritage Trail
- Lynchburg Museum at the Old Courthouse
- Academy of Fine Arts
- Amazement Square Children’s Museum
- Legacy Museum of African American History
- Lynchburg College
- Lynchburg Symphony
- Poplar Grove Golf Club
- Stonewall Vineyards
- Wintergreen Winery
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