Convenient I-75 location near Georgetown College

Book a suite at the Country Inn & Suites, Georgetown, KY and stay less than eight miles from some of the area's best things to do for horse lovers, including tours at Old Friends Thoroughbred Retirement Farms. If you're a fan of all things equestrian, be sure to visit Kentucky Horse Park, less than eight miles away, and the racetrack at Keeneland, about a 25-minute drive from the hotel. For local culture, historic downtown Georgetown offers great shopping and beautiful homes listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Visiting a student or attending an athletic event? Our convenient hotel is less than two miles from Georgetown College.
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Downtown Historic Georgetown

1.36 mi / 2.18 km from the hotel
Find beautiful Victorian homes and historic buildings such as Ward Hall when you visit the downtown area. The town was founded in 1790 and has several structures listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Evans Orchard and Cider Mill

3.62 mi / 5.83 km from the hotel
If autumn is in the air, then this orchard is the place to be. Sip a glass of fresh apple cider while you enjoy a hay ride, or pick your own apples and pumpkins with the kids.

Georgetown College

1.41 mi / 2.26 km from the hotel
Our location provides a nearby stay for those visiting this Christian liberal arts college. Founded in 1829, Georgetown College enrolls about 1,300 students and participates in more than 20 NAIA sports.

Keeneland

12.71 mi / 20.46 km from the hotel
After cheering on your favorite Thoroughbred on the racetrack, explore the Keeneland Library for books, journals and special collections about various equestrian topics.

Kentucky Horse Park

5.22 mi / 8.39 km from the hotel
Admission to this world-renowned park includes entry to the International Museum of the Horse and the American Saddlebred Museum. This amazing destination also features campgrounds, restaurants and shops.

Mary Todd Lincoln House

12.1 mi / 19.47 km from the hotel
Visit the childhood home of one of America's most famous first ladies, Mary Todd Lincoln. Take a guided tour to get a glimpse into her refined upbringing.