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The best time to visit the USA is either during spring (late March to late May) or autumn (late September to late October). These are the shoulder seasons before and after summer, so promise mild temperatures and fewer visitors in the most popular destinations.
From east to west, the U.S. measures 2,680 kilometres across – and in that range there are five climate regions. So, the best time to visit the USA really does depend on what specific location you have in mind. If you’re not fussed, then spring and autumn are generally the most pleasant times to be in the U.S.
Lasting from mid-March to late May, spring brings warm temperatures and beautiful natural scenery to the national parks, forests and wetlands of southern states like California, Florida and Nevada. The northern states and cities take some time to catch up – but when they do, the likes of New York, Washington D.C. and Chicago become popular city break destinations. Similarly, ‘fall’ guarantees pleasant temps and mesmerising autumnal landscapes in many parts of the country. So for lovers of outdoor activities like hiking, biking and camping, these shoulder seasons are the perfect time to make the trip.
Monthly weather and travel tips for United States
After the excitement of Christmas, things are much quieter across the USA in January. The northern states, in particular, can feel bleak with short days and heavy snowfall affecting many regions. So you’ll need to take your thickest winter coat to stay toasty in cities like Boston, New York and Philadelphia, which hosts its annual Mummers Parade on New Year's Day. Instead of avoiding the snow, embrace it at ski resorts like Park City, Utah, and Aspen, Colorado – both famed for their powder skiing and the latter for the Winter X Games competition held at the end of the month.
By contrast, southern states like Florida, Louisiana and Texas are much warmer with average highs of 16–18°C. Southern California also draws its fair share of sun seekers in January, mainly to the beaches of Orange County and laid-back San Diego, or the desert landscapes of Palm Springs, Joshua Tree and Death Valley. But Hawaii is the place to go if you really want to escape the winter blues, with temperatures fixed in the low to mid 20s every day.
New Year's Day
New Year's Day observed
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Robert E. Lee's Birthday
Civil Rights Day
Robert E. Lee's Birthday
Idaho Human Rights Day
Civil Rights Day
Confederate Heroes' Day
Robert E. Lee's Birthday
World Braille Day
Orthodox Christmas Day
International Programmers' Day
Stephen Foster Memorial Day
Friday the 13th
Orthodox New Year
World Religion Day
World Leprosy Day
Chinese New Year
International Customs Day
International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust
In February, the days are cold and dark across many of the northern states. However, it’s a great time to enjoy cosy mountain resorts and take advantage of discount prices in major destinations like Chicago and Washington D.C. You could time your trip with Presidents Day (a national holiday) on the third Monday of the month, or the Superbowl – America’s biggest sporting event of the year. Alternatively, head into the wilderness of Wyoming and Montana for wolf-watching safaris and dog-sledding adventures – but be sure to wrap up in your warmest clothes.
In the southwest, tourists flock to the Grand Canyon to see it in its snow-dusted winter glory, while further east in New Orleans locals and visitors alike will be gearing up for the legendary parades and masquerade balls of the Mardi Gras festival held at the end of the month. It’s much warmer down here during February, so if you plan to go then pack lighter clothing and a colourful costume to don on the night.
Lincoln's Birthday observed
Daisy Gatson Bates Day
With the first buds of spring, many Americans – particularly those in the south – can start to think about festivals and holidays once more. States like Georgia, Tennessee and California are warming nicely, and it’s during March that huge crowds of young Americans descend on Florida to spend their spring break. This is the warmest part of the country, with average highs of about 22°C and more beaches than you can shake a snorkel at.
But the change isn’t quite so obvious further north, where continued snowfall keeps the ski season going strong in states like Utah, Colorado and Wyoming. You’ll need to wear plenty of layers if you’re planning a trip to the likes of Boston or New York – two cities which battle it out for the best St. Patrick’s Day parades every year. And come the end of the month there’s nowhere better than Washington D.C., where hundreds of pink and white cherry blossoms bloom around the capital’s Tidal Basin in coincidence with the National Cherry Blossom Festival.
Texas Independence Day
Town Meeting Day
Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole Day
Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole Day observed
César Chávez Day
Self-Injury Awareness Day
First Day of Women's History Month
St. David's Day
Zero Discrimination Day
Read Across America Day
Employee Appreciation Day
World Wildlife Day
Casimir Pulaski Day
International Women's Day
World Kidney Day
St. Patrick's Day
International Day of Happiness
World Poetry Day
International Day of Nowruz
International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination
World Down Syndrome Day
International Day of Forests
World Water Day
World Meteorological Day
International Day for the Right to the Truth concerning Gross Human Rights Violations and for the Dignity of Victims
World Tuberculosis Day
International Day of Solidarity with Detained and Missing Staff Members
International Day of Remembrance of Slavery Victims and the Transatlantic Slave Trade
National Vietnam War Veterans Day
In April, the northern states can finally begin to shake off the winter chill. Temperatures can climb into the mid teens and sunny days start rolling in. However, much of the snow is replaced by rain – especially in coastal regions including New England and the Pacific Northwest – so it’s best to come prepared for wet and windy weather.
Down south, it’s road-tripping season. If you’re planning a cross-country junket, April is a great month to see the southern national parks while avoiding the summer crowds. Those in Utah and Arizona are excellent options to explore while en route to Las Vegas, Nevada. The world’s gambling capital isn’t too hot this time of year, and hosts its annual Great Vegas Festival of Beer at the start of the month. Other major events taking place in April include California’s Coachella Music Festival, Miami’s Wine and Food Festival, New Orleans’ Jazz & Heritage Festival and The Boston Marathon. Easter Sunday and Earth Day (22 April) are celebrated nationwide.
Emancipation Day observed
San Jacinto Day
Confederate Memorial Day
April Fool's Day
Pascua Florida Day
World Autism Awareness Day
Pascua Florida Day observed
United Nations' Mine Awareness Day
International Day of Sport for Development and Peace
Passover (first day)
National Tartan Day
Day of Remembrance of the Victims of the Rwanda Genocide
United Nations' World Health Day
National Library Workers' Day
International Day of Human Space Flight
Last Day of Passover
Thomas Jefferson's Birthday
Orthodox Good Friday
Orthodox Holy Saturday
Father Damien Day
Orthodox Easter Monday
International Day for Monuments and Sites
Chinese Language Day
April showers bring May flowers – or so the saying goes. By now, most of the US will be swathed in great patches of green and vibrant wildflowers in full bloom. With daily highs of 18–23°C, it’s also warm enough to explore northern metropolises like New York, Chicago and Washington D.C. without worrying about the cold – though you might want to take a light waterproof jacket just in case.
These peak conditions make May a prime time to experience the country’s natural wonders too. Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming and Utah’s many national parks turn into geological wonderlands, particularly as the wildlife comes out of hibernation, while California’s Death Valley is primed for sensational Milky Way views. The month’s big event is Cinco de Mayo – a celebration of Mexican culture with live music, dance and family-friendly activities in locations across the nation. Memorial Day, one of the country’s biggest public holidays, arrives on the last Monday of the month, marking the start of the summer holiday season.
Confederate Memorial Day
World Information Society Day
National Defense Transportation Day
World Autoimmune / Autoinflammatory Arthritis Day
Armed Forces Day
World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development
International Day for Biological Diversity
National Maritime Day
Harvey Milk Day
International Day to End Obstetric Fistula
Emergency Medical Services for Children Day
National Missing Children's Day
African Liberation Day
International Day of United Nations Peacekeepers
Jefferson Davis' Birthday
World No Tobacco Day
World Tuna Day
World Press Freedom Day
Rhode Island Independence Day
National Day of Prayer
Kent State Shootings Remembrance
Cinco de Mayo
Day of Vesak
National Nurses Day
National Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Day
Victory in Europe Day
World Ovarian Cancer Day
Time of Remembrance and Reconciliation for Those Who Lost Their Lives during the Second World War
Confederate Memorial Day
Military Spouse Appreciation Day
International Nurses Day
World Migratory Bird Day
Peace Officers Memorial Day
International Day of Families
The beginning of June is arguably the sweet spot of the US calendar. For a week or two, the weather is warm and sunny nearly everywhere you go, and tourist numbers are yet to peak. It’s a great time to visit national parks such as California’s Yosemite, when the waterfalls are at their most spectacular as the high-altitude snow causes rushing meltwater. The festival season is also in full swing, with major events including Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival (Manchester, Tennessee) and the legendary San Francisco Pride parade taking place.
Further north, temperatures will be a little fresher but still consistently warm – especially in waterfront cities like Cleveland, Providence and Atlantic City. There’s no shortage of events either. Take Chicago’s Blues Festival – a free, three-day party celebrating blues and jazz – or New York’s aqua-themed Mermaid Parade on Coney Island. But the main attraction is ‘Summerfest’, held each June in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and currently the USA’s largest music festival.
Jefferson Davis' Birthday
Kamehameha Day observed
West Virginia Day
Global Day of Parents
Jefferson Davis' Birthday
International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression
World Environment Day
World Oceans Day
World Day Against Child Labour
Bunker Hill Day
International Albinism Awareness Day
World Blood Donor Day
World Elder Abuse Awareness Day
International Day of Family Remittances
World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought
International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict
July is one of the hottest and most crowded months to visit the U.S. With schools broken up for summer, American families join tourists in the national parks and beach resorts up and down the country, so you’ll need to make reservations well in advance. Temperatures stay comfortably within the high twenties and hit the mid thirties in southwestern cities like Austin, Texas, and Phoenix, Arizona. It’s more humid in the east, but occasional thunderstorms help to mitigate the heat.
If you time your visit right, the 4 July celebrations are not to be missed. Taking place all over the country, America’s Independence Day is honoured with parades, parties, fireworks and all things red, white and blue. July is also ideal for exploring the otherwise rainy Pacific Northwest, with cities such as Seattle and Portland coming into their own. The former hosts the Bite of Seattle food festival in July, while the latter goes craft beer crazy at the Oregon Brewers Festival. Other July highlights include Santa Fe’s Folk Art Festival and Taste of Chicago – the largest food festival on the planet.
Pioneer Day observed
International Day of Cooperatives
World Population Day
Nathan Bedford Forrest Day
World Youth Skills Day
Rural Transit Day
Nelson Mandela Day
National Korean War Veterans Armistice Day
World Hepatitis Day
World Day against Trafficking in Persons
International Day of Friendship
Expect sweltering heat in August, with daytime temperatures rarely dropping below the mid thirties in the south. It’s also incredibly humid in some eastern cities and regions, from which the best escape will be your nearest waterfront. But brace yourself – most beaches are packed with city dwellers and families cramming in a summer holiday before school restarts. However, that also means lower rates and thinner crowds in otherwise crowded destinations like New York, Chicago and Los Angeles.
The good news is that the USA has thousands of miles of glorious coastline on offer – from the shorelines of New England to the beaches of the Carolinas and Southern California’s Pacific Coast. You could also take the opportunity to explore mountainous national parks such as Yellowstone and Grand Teton, both in Wyoming, or those found in Alaska, which enjoys long and mild days during August. Elsewhere, the Iowa State Fair runs in state capital Des Moines for most of the month, while tennis fans clamber to see world pros take to the court at New York’s thrilling US Open.
Missouri State Fair
Bennington Battle Day
Hawaii Statehood Day
Lyndon Baines Johnson Day
Coast Guard Birthday
Purple Heart Day
International Day of the World's Indigenous People
International Youth Day
Assumption of Mary
World Humanitarian Day
National Aviation Day
Senior Citizens Day
International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition
Women's Equality Day
International Day against Nuclear Tests
International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances
International Overdose Awareness Day
September brings calm and cooler temperatures to much of the US, with only the hottest cities in the south recording daytime temperatures higher than 30°C. It’s worth bearing in mind that September also marks the start of hurricane season in Florida, so it’s probably best to avoid. The month kicks off with Labor Day – a national holiday which signals the unofficial end of summer, involving big parties and barbecue cookouts up and down the country. New York’s Electric Zoo music festival and the Detroit Jazz Festival are two notable examples.
Other important days in September include Patriot Day, which commemorates the events of 9/11, and Constitution Day on 17 September. California’s wine harvest also occurs in September, while beer and bratwurst lovers rejoice with the arrival of Oktoberfest to cities such as Cincinnati and Pittsburgh. But the ultimate party is none other than Burning Man – a nine-day jamboree of electro music, mesmerising artwork and community spirit in the middle of Nevada’s Black Rock Desert.
World Sexual Health Day
International Day of Charity
International Literacy Day
California Admission Day
Carl Garner Federal Lands Cleanup Day
World Suicide Prevention Day
National Grandparents Day
International Day for South-South Cooperation
International Programmers' Day
International Day of Democracy
National POW/MIA Recognition Day
Constitution Day and Citizenship Day observed
International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer
Still's Disease Awareness Day
National CleanUp Day
Constitution Day and Citizenship Day
Air Force Birthday
International Day of Peace
World Maritime Day
Native American Day
International Celebrate Bisexuality Day
Gold Star Mother's Day
International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons
World Tourism Day
World Rabies Day
World Heart Day
Temperatures tumble in October, as the transitional season brings enthralling autumnal colours to the northern states. It's not too cold though, so you can comfortably explore the forests of New England and seek out the best viewpoints to admire the kaleidoscopic canopies. Other autumn leaf hotspots in the US include the Great Smoky Mountains of North Carolina and Tennessee, and Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri.
The southern states cool down but still cling to warm temperatures, so now would be a good time to experience the dazzling lights and sights of Las Vegas. Further south, Fantasy Fest – Key West's answer to Mardi Gras – brings tens of thousands to the subtropical enclave in the ten days before Halloween. The 31 October holiday is one of the most exciting events of the year, with Halloween-themed parades taking place in New York, Los Angeles and Salem, Massachusetts
Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta
International Day of Older Persons
World Vegetarian Day
International Day of Non-Violence
Child Health Day
World Habitat Day
Feast of St Francis of Assisi
World Teachers' Day
World Cerebral Palsy Day
Tourist numbers drop off sharply in November, as winter takes hold. Cold winds blow through many of the northern states, bringing plenty of rain and even snowfall to some. Down in Florida, the end of hurricane season triggers the start of a warm but drier period that’s ideal for visiting the theme parks of Orlando. So what you pack really does depend on which region you visit, as the north and south climates differ significantly at this time of year.
Veterans Day is held on 11 November, while Thanksgiving falls on the fourth Thursday of the month. Of the many national celebrations that occur on this day, the most famous is the Macy’s Day Parade in New York, renowned for its giant floats and marching bands. The following day is Black Friday – a major date in the Christmas shopping calendar with stores offering hefty discounts all over the country. If you’re visiting New York, you might also want to consider a trip up to Boston to follow the Freedom Trail and discover where the American Revolution began.
Day After Thanksgiving
Day After Thanksgiving
Day After Thanksgiving
December is a busy month in the US. Not only do the streets of major cities become filled with Christmas shoppers, but it’s also the month that ski season kicks off in the Rockies. Resorts in Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho and Utah bustle with winter sports lovers, determined to make the most of the fresh snowfall, while cities across the east and midwest are illuminated with incredible festive displays, including European-style markets and ice-skating rinks. You’ll need to wrap up if visiting the north in December – and it’s best to make reservations well in advance in order to avoid the highest rates.
Elsewhere, southern destinations like Miami and San Diego are still warm enough so that you can walk around in a t-shirt. Christmas Day itself is taken as a national holiday, while New Year’s Eve sees amazing fireworks displays all over the nation. New York’s Times Square is a legendary spot, where the ‘time ball’ descends a flagpole during the minute-long countdown to midnight. December is also the best time of year to see the Aurora Borealis, otherwise known as the northern lights, throughout Alaska.
New Year's Eve
Christmas Day observed
New Year's Eve observed
New Year's Eve
Christmas Eve observed
Day After Christmas Day
Rosa Parks Day
World AIDS Day
Rosa Parks Day
Knowing the best time to visit the U.S. depends on what you’re looking for in a trip. If weather is your main concern, then it’s worth bearing in mind that the USA contains five distinct climate regions that vary significantly at any given time of the year. However, the most pleasant temperatures generally occur during spring and autumn across most of these regions.
The Northeast – home to cities such as New York, Boston and Philadelphia – gets average highs of 9°C during spring and 11°C during autumn, with frequent showers across the region. In contrast, the sun-kissed cities of the Southwest like Los Angeles, San Francisco and San Diego bask in temperatures of 12–17°C through both shoulder seasons. Further up the West Coast, Portland and Seattle are cooler and wetter, being in the states of Oregon and Washington respectively. Late spring temperatures are warmer in Midwest hotspots like Chicago and Columbus but can get chilly in autumn, while Southeast cities like Miami and Orlando, Florida, and New Orleans, Louisiana, experience average highs of 19–22°C in both seasons.
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Excellent place to spend with the family and go shopping as well as exercise in Santa Monica.
It was a great hotel with large clean room and very good breakfast.
Very quaint and pretty, but drive around a bit in the countryside. There are some amazing residential properties with huge parcels of land. Pub is great.
We enjoy being away from the kids but not too far! Lol. Our stay here was quite affordable, cozy and comfortable and great food. The owners made us feel very welcomed. We especially enjoyed speaking in the spa tub.
Great place, family friendly, good food, lots of fun!
We loved our entire stay in Steinhatchee, wish we could have stayed longer. We met some wonderful fellow travelers. Since leaving we have recommended Steinhatchee River Inn to everyone. Great location, easy access to everything. We will definitely return. The only downside was the little biting bugs, but nothing anyone can do about that.
Staff was so helpful! Room was lush and quiet! My day there eased my jet lag. Perfect stop.
We enjoy galleries and craft shops and they are marvelous. We also enjoyed the history of the Presidio. We dined at Elvira (you had better get reservations) and we enjoyed it immensely. The Country Shop is especially amazing for its variety of crafts. The public rest room facility leaves a lot to be desired for women.
Nice town, we were visiting the College and it was a beautiful campus. Toyoko Grill was FANTASTIC!
Quaint town, beautiful flowers , lots of restaurant choices and cocktail places , enjoy happy hour at Tonga Hut or Zin . Must do tramcar , truly spectacular and see the cactus garden
Very small town and off season not many places were open. Plan ahead for food using in room microwave and refrigerator.
Enjoyed that is was neat the Everglades-enjoyed the boat tours.
The "North Bend Bridge" is a beautiful example of bridges built in the early 20th century!
Charleston has a couple of charter fishing boats. And an entire fleet of commercial fishing boats. I would think that it would be impossible to get anything other than a fresh fish meal here. Unfortunately, one establishment the Portside restaurant. Served frozen crab in my meal. Despite there being an entire fleet of fishing boats not more than 500 feet away
Nice clean town. Safe to walk down the street in the evening. Lots of parks, shopping and great food.
Most exciting place on earth to visit something for everyone
Was only there for the night went out and needed somewhere safe to go so I didn't get a DUI..the nice thing is there was a taco truck rt across the street 😉
Great little town. The Missouri Cherry Blossom on late April is so fun.
Weehawken is a pretty area. Great views of the Hudson Harbor and the New York skyline. Excellent restaurants overlooking the Skyline. The fact that the Ferry to Manhattan was a few feet away was very exciting. Easy access to the City. Beautiful parks and recreation areas. I liked Weehawken a lot.
The staff was extremely helpful and friendly in recommending restaurants to eat and allowing us late check out. The breakfast was very good.
Convenient lovely grounds. The elevator to my room was a life saver! I loved being able to SEE THE POOL FROM MY ROOM. The studio had everything in it i needed and perfectly sized and parking so easy and close to my room.
Yountville is the place to experience Michelin starred restaurants and to taste highly regarded wines, all within walking distance. If you're new to wine country, this is where you want to start. If you're a veteran of wine country, this is where you want to go.
The weather, the beaches are amazing. Rented a car and drove around the island of Oahu, great time. On the downside, majority of restaurants closed far too early in the evening. The Budget rental car desk in the International Market place does not accept car key returns outside of office hours, which caused an inconvenience
Great comfy king bed. Nice tub with angled back for comfort. Fridge and microwave. Did not take advantage of breakfast as we had to depart early. Loved having coffee available really early !!!
We enjoyed our day trip to weechie watchie springs. We also found the location to be perfect for shopping and dining. Everything was near by, clean and the people were very friendly and helpful. The neighborhood was quiet and had lots of birds and nice landscaping in the yard by the pool. We enjoyed grilling out. The dining chairs and pool chairs were super comfy.The DeStress chair in the bedroom was amazing. Enjoyed the jacuzzi bath tub. It’s definitely a home away from home.
Beautiful quaint historic area. Sprawling so car essential
Colfax is a very nice little town with restaurants, shops, and places to explore and visit! It’s like 15 minutes from WSU College in Pullman Wa. If you don’t like the hustle and bustle of a college town you need to stay here. Everything in town is within walking distance if you like to stretch your legs. Nice coffee shop, plenty of a variety for places to eat, and I love small town atmosphere!!! Local People very nice and helpful!!! Will be come back again for a visit!!!!!
Just a great place to spend 2-3 days. Loved all the great dining opportunities.
We love Saco, peaceful well taken care of city, clean friendly well manicured properties!
CLOSE TO RESTURANTS WALKING DISTANCE BOB EVENS SHONEYS
The weather was very hot! looking forward to a cooler visit next time!
The visit with our daughter was the best. We enjoyed the B&B. But for the price, I think we could have had real maple syrup and/or jelly with our pancakes. The stuff we got barely came out of the little plastic container and stuck to the knife. It was horrible. The pancakes and all the food was delicious and the caretaker was very warm and friendly!
Bradley the front desk person was helpful. Shuttle drivers most kind.
The only reason we came across Tok was that it was a city on our way to our final destination which was Anchorage. We relocated from WA state to Alaska. Unfortunately really did not have a chance to explore Tok but did go have dinner at Fast Eddies which was fabulous. I wish we would have had more time to hang out in Tok for a few days.
Small town with easy access to the north entrance of Yellowstone Park. Elks wander around the Arch in Gardiner which is a 2 minute walk from the Villa. The Park entrance is a 5 minute walk. Mammoth Springs is 5 miles away by car. Park is is a figure eight loop and easy to drive. There are two nice restaurants on Main Street. Our best was the K Saloon and family restaurant.
It was very near the garden State parkway. Easy to find. There was nice shops around for shopping and a nice diner very nearby. It was close enough to the beach but you definitely needed a car to get there it was that far away.
Scenic areas, would be a place to return to for further exploration.
Great college town, organized and clean. Perfect for students studying at Michigan State University. Complete facilities available around town. Was there during Fall Semester student move in, busy !!
The beach is excellent and there are lots of good restaurants and an outlet mall with great deals. It’s a good base for exploring the rest of the Outer Banks.
Great area, we stayed at Super 8 so we could drive up to Cooperstown the next morning.
The views of Weehawken and NY were beautiful especially at night. I liked being able to walk to local restaurants in the area. I didn't like that housekeeping didn't provide clean towels and washcloths on the second day of my stay.
Everyone visits tombstone for its history.. you cannot fail to be impressed..soak up the wild west in Big nose Kate's saloon. Do a after hours tour of the "birdcage" the whole experience is atmospheric without being too "Disneyland" put it on your bucket list.
Very nice place to visit Easy to navigate. Clean . all the necessary services for a traveler.
Passed through Browning in 1968, just happened to stay this time after visiting Glacier and before heading back to Spokane to fly home.. Nice stores, museum and casino.
It was in a pretty cool area for a history buff I got to see valley forge and was amazed at how big it was. If you like malls the King of Prussia is huge. If not avoid at all costs it is HUGE.
The city is beautiful. this was our first trip. Amazed at the cleanliness, scooters and bikes everywhere to rent. Even little orange flags to carry if we had to cross the street. Clean! I would live there if I could.
Loved Julian. Quaint town. Good restaurants and stores. Fabulous pies!
there were lots of shopping and food places so a lot of choices. highways a little confusing but very nice place
We keep returning to this happy spot on the map because the pace is slower and the Amish presence remind us of simpler times. It should be noted that on Sunday only one place served food in a 10 mile or more radius and that is a pizza carryout/delivery! Generally, only gas stations are open on Sundays.
We had a great dinner at Pine Mountain Pizza. We enjoyed the spaciousness of the property as it fit our needs nicely. It was ideally located and convenient for walks around the village and into the residential areas to see all the homes and natural surroundings.
Beautiful! It was one of the nicest places I have stayed. Definitely want to go back.
The only facility that actually had what they advertised in all the southern USA
We went to Charleston area to buy a home to move into. We did not find the right place while there but toured many areas, went to the beach and found St Johns Island where we will be relocating!
Great place to find a wide variety of shopping, eating and much more!
Our best experience was the comfortable beds and cleanliness of the rooms. And the staff was professional and courteous. The worst was the noisy heater and being able to hear others too clearly from room to room.
We didn't do anything in Marysville. We were there for a wedding in Baileyville. The reviews of this hotel got us there.
It's the perfect location for the activities we planned for the weekend. Hiking at the Riverfront Regional Park and Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve, and a quick visit to Korbel Champagne Cellars. We even had time to check out the Windsor Farmer's Market at the end of our trip.
Art galleries and visitor center were delightful. It is quite walkable but also easy to drive and park. Everyone is quite friendly and helpful.
I just came to visit family; no sight-seeing or events
Again, as I said before , no luggage trolleys available if one was needed. Other guests kept them in their room for the duration of their stay. Not at all considerate, and I feel staff on scene could have been more helpful.
Staff is exceptionally friendly, nice, and knowledgeable about the area. Toilets are a bit low to the floor,making it harder for people with disabilities to get up.