Abingdon is a town rich in history and was first named Wolf Hills by famed frontiersman Daniel Boone in 1760. Abingdon is also host to several annual festivals including Plum Alley Day, Virginia Highlands Festival and the Washington County Fair. Nearby natural attractions include the Virginia Creeper Trail, Backbone Recreation Area, South Holston Lake and the Virginia Creeper Fly-Fishing Guides. Not the nature type? Catch a movie at Abingdon Cinemall, enjoy a live performance at the Barter Theatre, play a round of golf at Glenrochie Country Club, or experience the thrill of stock car racing at Bristol Motor Speedway. Other nearby attractions include Pinnacle Shopping Center, Clear Creek Golf Club, Heartwood Art Center, Emory & Henry College and Meadowview Conference & Convention Center. Guests also enjoy a wide array of local cuisine including Cracker Barrel, The Tavern, Wolf Hills Brewing Company, Rain Restaurant, Harbor House Seafood & Steak, and 128 Pecan. The Red Roof Inn Abingdon invites our guests to start their day off right with our free continental breakfast, and to enjoy complimentary coffee-house style coffee and tea in our lobby. Corporate travelers will appreciate the convenience of our fax and copy services. Our guests enjoy the comfort and privacy of rooms which feature free WiFi, in-room coffee, flat-screen TV with cable TV including HBO and ESPN, microwave & refrigerator, hairdryer, complimentary local calls, desk with lamp, and wake-up service. As always, one well-behaved family pet is welcome.
Pros: Nice location. Good price. Breakfast was fine.
Cons: Could not use the shower. The piece needing to be pulled up to engage the shower was broken. Reported it to the front desk on departure. Air-conditioning was noisy.
Pros: Bathroom was very clean and there is a fan in bathroom.
Cons: Older, a bit run-down, but it's no-frills.