We went to the Craddock Terry Hotel with a group tour, staying there for only one night. It is a very pleasant hotel and one might describe it as eclectic. It is, of course, a converted shoe factory and trades on that fact in a fun way. It uses a high-heel shoe, as well as Buster Brown's dog, as hotel symbols. It also uses high-heel shoes as gift-shop souvenirs, displaying bottles of wine in them. (We bought a bottle of wine but not a shoe.) The rooms are spacious and the accommodations luxurious. Breakfast is delivered to your room in a "shoe box". We asked to keep the cloth bag that was in the "shoe box" to hold the food and find it very convenient to have. The staff was friendly, pleasant, accommodating and very helpful. We had several questiond of the front desk and they were very ready to serve. Many activities were available near the hotel. Too bas we did not have more time for the river walk ot more museums. We did get to see one of the local mansions, as well as the Anne Spencer house, and the D Day Memorial nearby. All were impressive.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Thoughtful details, indulgent finishes, upgraded amenities...The Craddock Terry Hotel, once a shoe factory, offers residential style boutique design with traditional decor in a historic building. The hotel also features Shoemakers American Grille and Waterstone restaurants and Jefferson Street Brewery on-site. Overlooking the James River, you'll enjoy our elegant guest rooms, luxurious bathrooms, a signature breakfast, high-speed Internet and many other features you'd expect to find in an upscale boutique hotel. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Craddock Terry Lynchburg
- Hotel Craddock Terry