Holiday Inn Express Hotel Abingdon – Abingdon, Virginia

Hotel and Resort photography & video by PhotoWeb (photowebusa.com) Nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, just under 17 miles from the Tennessee border, Abingdon is a quaint town bursting with history and culture. The Holiday Inn Express® Abingdon hotel is located at exit 19 on Interstate 81 and is easily accessible to everything in the area. Founded in 1778, the town of Abingdon is a Virginia Historical Landmark and a great place to stroll down brick sidewalks or bike the beautiful, 17-mile Virginia Creeper Trail. You’ll also find Barter Theatre, Moonlite Drive-In Theater and several arts and crafts galleries. And if you’re a NASCAR fan, our hotel is near Bristol, TN, home of Bristol Motor Speedway. You can also explore the beautiful Bristol Caverns, full of colorful stalactites and stalagmites. If business brings you to town, the Holiday Inn Express® Abingdon hotel has a 24-hour business center equipped with fax, copier, PC and printer, so you can take care of any last minute work. Free high-speed, wireless Internet access is also available in every room. Our Abingdon hotel’s great amenities are ready for you to enjoy. We have an outdoor pool, self-laundry facilities and a free hot breakfast bar every morning, complete with eggs, biscuits and gravy, cinnamon rolls and 100% Arabica bean coffee. Our guests also enjoy privileges at a neighboring gym for free. We’re confident you’ll enjoy your stay at our hotel near Bristol

Hotel Video-Comfort Suites Abingdon VA

Comfort Suites, an Abingdon hotel near the Barter Theatre. The Comfort Suites® hotel is located just a few miles from many local attractions and businesses, including the Barter Theatre, Bristol Motor Speedway, Bristol Dragway, Emory & Henry College and Alpha Natural Resources. This Abingdonhotel is less than five miles from the Abingdon Cinemall, home to 12 movie theatres, an indoor miniature golf course and a large arcade. The Virginia Creeper National Recreation Trail provides miles of paths for hiking, biking, jogging, horseback riding and cross-country skiing. South Holston Lake provides more than 7500 acres for fishing, boating and swimming. During the month of September, folks of all ages will enjoy spending a day at the fun-filled Washington County Fair, offering arts and crafts, livestock shows, a chili cook-off, carnival rides and much more. The second weekend in November plays host to the season’s premier shopping event, Mistletoe Market holiday gift mart, featuring dozens of retail merchants from across the Southeast. Abingdon’s historic district features buildings dating from the 1700s and offers dozens of specialty shops and galleries. A wide variety of restaurants and cocktail lounges can be found in the surrounding area. Guests of this Abingdon hotel will enjoy superior amenities like: Free hot breakfast Free wireless and hard-wired high-speed Internet access Free local calls Indoor heated pool and hot tub Exercise room Business travelers will appreciate
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Abingdon House & Virginia House

Abingdon House & Virginia House
Virginia Hotels
Image by Jason Riedy
The signs (from another photo) say:

Text: "ABINGDON HOUSE

"Built circa 1850 by COL. JOHN PRESTON of Walnut Grove as a gift to his daughter MARGARET G. WHITE.

"Placed by: Old Abingdon Assn."

Text: "VIRGINIA HOUSE (DUNN’S HOTEL)

"Original Inn build by John Dunn 1849. Used as Court House and Hospital during Civil War.

"Placed by: Old Abingdon Assn."

Abingdon House & Virginia House

Abingdon House & Virginia House
Virginia Hotels
Image by Jason Riedy
Text: "ABINGDON HOUSE

"Built circa 1850 by COL. JOHN PRESTON of Walnut Grove as a gift to his daughter MARGARET G. WHITE.

"Placed by: Old Abingdon Assn."

Text: "VIRGINIA HOUSE (DUNN’S HOTEL)

"Original Inn build by John Dunn 1849. Used as Court House and Hospital during Civil War.

"Placed by: Old Abingdon Assn."

N&W 382: ‘The Virginia Creeper’ on the Abingdon Branch

As we head out early morning, we catch the Virginia Creeper making an early run through the snow covered Virginia countryside with see her mixed train. Then she’ll pause for a few hours for servicing before recoupling to her train. Then we see a local passenger train come in before the 382 continues on her way as the sun sets to reach her destination by night fall.
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