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Best Hotels in Lynchburg

  • Craddock Terry 44 rooms from $149

    Lynchburg (Virginia)

    Quirky but comfortable boutique hotel in backwoods Virginia. This sympathetically converted former shoe factory is filled with exposed beams and brick. Large rooms have high ceilings, big windows and are filled with retro pieces. There are two restaurants, a gym and a friendly hotel dog on site.

    Great walks  -  The Riverwalk Trail, along the banks of the James River, is great for strolling and cycling.
    Sights nearby  -  The historic house 'Point of Honor' former home of local hero Dr. George Cabell.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Full of character
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About Lynchburg

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Lynchburg (not be confused with a much smaller Lynchburg in Tennessee) is located in the very heart of Virginia, on the mighty James River and at the foothills of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. Known as the "City of Seven Hills", it’s a place of great charm and character, with a studious and cultured atmosphere helped by the presence of four important colleges. The best places to stay in Lynchburg are ideal bases whether you've family at one of these institutions, or you've come to explore the area.

Anyone following the Civil War trail will probably know about the famous battle fought here, also that this proud outpost of the Confederacy was the only city never to succumb to the Union Army’s onslaught. Nowadays one if its biggest claims to fame is its not-to-be-missed summer Batteaux Festival, where crews dressed in period clothing use poles to navigate their batteaux down to Richmond down the James River.

Our pick of the best places to stay in Lynchburg is a quirky choice with great views of the historic downtown, James River and Blue Ridge Mountains.

Best places to stay in Lynchburg

  • Craddock Terry is a boutique hotel in the improbable setting of what seems to have been a former shoe factory in the days of Lynchburg’s industrial heyday. It has a great reputation for quirky charm and quality, and even has a hotel dog called Buster. Nice touch!

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