Wanted to transfer one of the nights I had paid for , for a night in Austin closer to my daughters wedding, since my husband is handicapped, would not allow me to do so, so I had to pay for a night that I did not use..I had one night in Austin, mid town and one night here, yet had to pay for 3 nights..will not use your motel again because of this..
Good location, with easy off and on to the Interstate. Staff were friendly and helpful, with good recommendations for food near by. Facility is older, but they do keep it clean, and our bed was comfortable, with a flat screen TV included. The courtyard was well kept, with pool and lounging deck. Priced well for the age of the facility. Although not modern, I would stay again.
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Just a short drive north of Austin, the Georgetown Inn is close to many local attractions including the Blue Hole Park, Inner …More
I was looking forward to a pool but they didn't have one, after moving all day it would have been perfect. My fault, I should have looked closer at the amenity list. I just took it for granted they have one. Other then that, the stay was great, from the motel to the staff!
Extended-stay travelers play by different rules and need a hotel that understands your unique needs. Candlewood Suites is …More
Easily accessible. Confortable and Clean. Breakfast was accomodating and our kids enjoyed the pool. Will stay again when in town for College football! Next time our handicap family will test the favilities for accessibility. Hoping to utilize the outdoor kitchen as well.
With its historic, walkable core, Georgetown embodies small-town Texas. And like any proper small Texas town, Georgetown’s most imposing landmark is its county courthouse, a grand Beaux Arts beauty built in 1911. Downtown’s shops, galleries, and popular summer festival foster the town’s arts scene. Other attractions include Southwestern University, Inner Space Cavern, and Lake Georgetown.