Visit Colonial Williamsburg, Busch Gardens and More

Check in at the Country Inn & Suites to get a great night's rest so you can be energized to explore the area's best attractions, like Williamsburg Pottery Factory and Colonial Williamsburg. Adrenaline junkies love the thrill of Busch Gardens, with soaring roller coasters, animal encounters and live shows, while others like to take it easy by shopping at Premium Outlets. Splash around at Water Country USA for a cool summer retreat if you're in town with family, or have a romantic evening at Williamsburg Winery if you're on a couples' getaway.
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Busch Gardens Williamsburg

2.2 mi / 3.54 km from the hotel
Overcome your fear of heights on the Alpengeist®, the legendary roller coaster that takes you up 195 feet before plunging you back to earth. Other attractions at Busch Gardens include rare animals, live shows and artisan shops.

Colonial Williamsburg

1.93 mi / 3.11 km from the hotel
Step back in time and immerse yourself in the art and culture of this replica of a colonial capital city. You can see blacksmiths, apothecaries and weavers hard at work or stroll through one of two on-site art museums.

Jamestown Settlement

6.52 mi / 10.49 km from the hotel
Visit Jamestown, America's first permanent settlement, to learn about daily life in the colonies. You can tour life-size fort replicas or a Powhatan village, talk to costumed historians and browse several shops.

The Williamsburg Winery at Wessex Hundred

3.11 mi / 5 km from the hotel
The Williamsburg Winery produces several award-winning wines, including the Governor's White. You can schedule a tour of the winery, enjoy a special tasting or sample a delicious meal at one of two on-site restaurants.

Water Country USA

2.02 mi / 3.25 km from the hotel
Make a splash at Water Country USA, home to thrilling water rides like Nitro Racer®, an anything-but-lazy river called the Hubba Hubba Highway and attractions designed for younger kids.

William & Mary

2.07 mi / 3.33 km from the hotel
Established in 1693, this public research university has a long history of excellent education. Graduates include three U.S. presidents and four signers of the Declaration of Independence.