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Holiday Inn Express WILLIAMSTON
1071 Cantle Court
Williamston, NC 27892
Nightly Rates (100.00 - 138.53)   3 Star
Holiday Inn Express WILLIAMSTON

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The newest addition to the Williamston area is the Holiday Inn Express Williamston, North Carolina ! We are conveniently Located to US-64 at exit 512, just a short drive to Downtown Williamston. With our world class service and many local businesses, restaurants and attractions within a short distance or minutes from our front door, youll discover why our guests have selected us as their preferred hotel in Williamston! This state-of-the-art hotel features special in room amenities such as free high-speed Internet access, 32 flat panel LCD TV and free local calls. Whether you are staying with us for business or pleasure, take time to relax and enjoy our outdoor swimming pool, business center, wireless Internet access in all public areas and fitness center. Points of interest Companies: Senator Bob Martin Eastern Agricultural Center, Anns House of Nuts Hospitals: Martin General Hospital Community College:Martin Community College. Local Attractions: Fort Branch Civil War Site, Robersonville Country Club & Golf Course, Senator Bob Martin Agricultural Center, East Carolina Motor Speedway. Stay Smart at the Holiday Inn Express Williamston, N.C.

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  • ATM/Cash machine

  • Accessible facilities

  • Beauty shop/salon

  • Bell staff/porter

  • Buffet breakfast

  • Car rental desk

  • Color television

  • Complimentary newspaper in lobby

  • Cribs

  • Direct dial telephone

  • Free parking

  • Gift/News stand

  • Golf

  • High speed internet access for laptop in public areas

  • High speed internet connection

  • Housekeeping - daily

  • Housekeeping - weekly

  • Ice machine

  • Interior corridors

  • Internet access

  • Internet access

  • Ironing board

  • Late check-out available

  • Lounges/bars

  • Meal included - continental breakfast

  • Meeting rooms

  • On-Site parking

  • Onsite laundry

  • Outdoor pool

  • Parking

  • Pets allowed

  • Public area air conditioned

  • Safe deposit box

  • Satellite television

  • Shops and commercial services

  • Spare electrical outlet available at desk

  • Sundry/Convenience store

  • Wireless internet connection

  • Wireless internet connection in public areas

  • Room Information
    Free newspaper, Connecting rooms, Stereo, Air conditioning individually controlled in room, Coffee/Tea maker, Separate closet, Desk with lamp, Bathtub, Hairdryer, Private bathroom, Rollaway bed, Voice mail
    CD player, Air conditioning individually controlled in room, Coffee/Tea maker, Microwave, Mini-refrigerator, Separate closet, Desk with lamp, Sofa bed, Bathtub, Hairdryer, Private bathroom, Voice mail

    Miscellaneous Information
  • American Dollars is the native currency. 

  • Check in time is 3:00 PM 

  • Check out time is 11:00 AM 

  • Time Zone is  GMT 

  • Opened in  2003 

  • Renovated in  01/01/2014 

  • 100  rooms. 

  • 11  suites. 

  • 3  floors. 

  • Restaurant Information
    Ribeyes  Ribeyes has a full bar with entertainment on Fri and Sat

    Meeting Facility
  • Derby
  •   Derby and Belmont rooms open to 1 large meeting room. With seating for up to 80, the meeting rooms can be separated for 1-40 ppl.

    Recreation Information
    Fitness center on-site
    Outdoor pool

  • Walmart

  • Local Walmart offers a variety of products and services.
  • Senator Bob Martin Agriculture Center

  • Raleigh State Fairgrounds

  • Rocky Mount, NC

  • Amtrak

  • Pitt/Greenville Airport-PGV

  • Raleigh Durham International

  • Norfolk International Airport

  • Craven County Regional Airport

  • Roanoke Country Club

  • 18 hole par 72
  • Senator Bob Martin Agricultural Center

  • This is a state of the art, multi-facet facility that can be used by all. The coliseum is more than 110,000 square feet, which is heated and ventilated. This includes approximately 10,000 square feet of vending concourse. It also boasts a 150 x 300' aren
  • East Carolina Motor Cross Speedway

  • The track opened in 1990 under the ownership of Gerald Whitehurst, Durwood Allen and Lee Harney. Over the years, others leased and operated the track. By 2005, Whitehurst had bought out his partners and accepted an offer late that year to sell the track t
  • Robersonville Country Club & Golf Course

  • The 9-hole "Robersonville" course at the Robersonville Country Club facility in Robersonville, North Carolina features 3,110 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 36 . Robersonville golf course opened in 1965. Jimmy Rogers manages the course as
  • ASA Biggs House

  • The home of one of North Carolina's best known jurists and politicians, it has an interesting blend of Federal and Greek Revival details. Its awkward symmetry and rambling plan lend credence to local legend that Biggs added a room with the birth of each o
  • Moratoc River Park

  • An 18-acre county-owned park in the Roanoke River in Williamston, featuring a river overlook and fishing pier. This is the site of the original wharf of Williamston, where goods were shipped in and out. Several old buildings can be viewed from the outside
  • Fort Branch Civil War Site

  • Located two miles below Hamilton, North Carolina and 60 miles upriver of the town of Plymouth. Sitting 70 feet above a bend in the Roanoke River, this Confederate earthen fort provided a safe and clear view of Union gunboats approaching from down river. V
  • Farm Life Disc Golf

  • Tight, wooded course with many hazards (swamps, pond, and trash pile). Alt. pin placements make for fun and challenge. Family farm setting.
  • Roanoke Country Club

  • Roanoke Country Club opened for play in 1954. The original nine was designed by Ellis Maples. In 1975 the course was redesigned by Gene Hamm and was made into an 18 hole course. The course has 4 sets of Tees and features champion Bermuda greens. Roano
  • Roanoke River Paddle Camping Trail

  • Finding uncrowded, peaceful getaways is always a challenge for outdoor enthusiasts. The Roanoke River Paddle Trail now provides a way to explore one of the Southeast s great roadless wilderness areas the lower Roanoke River floodplain. Come visit this u
  • Morningstar Nature Refuge

  • Owned and operated by well-known eastern North Carolina author, columnist, naturalist and wildlife biologist, Gail L. Roberson, this small, private nature center is the only one of its kind in the country, according to the US Fish and Wildlife Permitting
  • North Carolina Estuarium

  • The North Carolina Estuarium is an educational center that spotlights the importance of the state's coastal rivers and sounds. Its focuses on Washington's Pamlico/Tar River estuary, which is the second-largest one in the nation. Science, art, nature and h
  • Deadwood Family Center/Restaurant

  • Deadwood is a family-owned Western-themed family fun center that contains numerous attractions for the whole family. In addition to scenic mini train rides and a carousel, the park also includes a miniature golf course and low-key rollercoaster for the ki
  • Port of Plymouth Museum

  • This nationally recognized museum packs a lot of history into a small space. Impressive displays of Civil War cannon balls, bullets, buttons, buckles, guns, pictures, and thousands of battle artifacts line walls. Loaned items from the Historic Society of