Discover the beauty of nearby Berry College

Outdoor enthusiasts staying at the Country Inn & Suites appreciate our proximity to some of northwest Georgia's best recreational areas like Rolater Park and Kingston Downs Plantation. If you're in town to cheer on the Rome Braves at State Mutual Stadium, take Highway 411 to Highway 27 and head north for five miles. For an excursion that blends natural beauty, history and academia, accompany your prospective student to the picturesque campus of Berry College. After your tour, head downtown for even more things to do, like perusing the exhibits at the Rome Area History Museum.
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Rocky Mountain Recreation Area

13.48 mi / 21.69 km from the hotel
From boating and fishing to hiking and picnicking, this 5,000-acre nature preserve provides hours of outdoor fun your entire family can enjoy.

Rolater Park

13.52 mi / 21.76 km from the hotel
Just south of Cave Spring, GA, Rolater Park offers visitors the opportunity to view stalagmite formations in an impressive limestone cave. You can also wander around a natural spring that produces more than two million gallons of fresh water daily.

State Mutual Stadium

4.49 mi / 7.23 km from the hotel
Come cheer on the Rome Braves, the Class-A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves baseball team. State Mutual Stadium boasts advanced audiovisual technology, a full-service restaurant and more than 5,000 seats.

The Farm

13.7 mi / 22.05 km from the hotel
A popular venue for weddings and formal receptions, this privately owned estate sits on 280 acres of lush green pastures. At the heart of it all is a rustic 40,000-square-foot barn with European architectural elements.

Berry College

5.3 mi / 8.53 km from the hotel
Renowned for its academic rigor and beautiful campus, this private liberal arts college is nestled among 27,000 acres of rolling hills and lush forests.

Chieftains Museum/Major Ridge Home

4.02 mi / 6.47 km from the hotel
Step back in time as you learn about the Trail of Tears and the Native Americans who once inhabited the area. This museum is located inside the former home of Major Ridge, a Cherokee leader who fought alongside American forces in the War of 1812.