Are you arranging to spend time in Traverse City? Hoping to reserve a place to stay in the Williamsburg area? About 2 hotels can be found within easy driving distance of Williamsburg's center.
The Yorkburg Manor is amongst the most conveniently situated accommodation options because it is one of only a small number of options within an easy stroll of the Williamsburg downtown area.
Expedia's hotel database has only a small number no-frills accommodations in Williamsburg. The Yorkburg Manor is one such listing.
You could investigate the Great Wolf Lodge Traverse City and the Shanty Creek Resorts - Cedar River Village. The Great Wolf Lodge Traverse City is 12 miles from the main part of Williamsburg. The Shanty Creek Resorts - Cedar River Village, is 16 miles away. The Shanty Creek Resorts - Summit Village and also the Best Western Four Seasons are two alternative Expedia-listed hotels in Williamsburg.
The broader Northern Lower Peninsula region is certainly worth exploring too. Photograph Northern Lower Peninsula's lakes and rolling hills. You could also go to its lighthouses. Adventurous travelers can also enjoy snowboarding, skiing and cross-country skiing in this part of United States of America.
Frankfort is located 4 miles to the west of Williamsburg. While here, you can experience the Grand Traverse Resort Golf Course. Those planning to stay a night or two in Acme have some great options to choose from; the Grand Traverse Resort And Spa and Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Acme-Traverse City. While exploring the region, you might like to visit Frankfort, where you'll find the Point Betsie Lighthouse. Frankfort is found 40 miles to the west of Williamsburg. The Agape Bayside Cottage and Agape Leelanau Cottage are comfortable places to stay.
Before you say goodbye to Traverse City, make sure you catch some local sport. Visit Otsego County Sportsplex to the northeast of Williamsburg. Sports fans wanting to sleep close to the stadium can make a choice from the Holiday Inn Express Gaylord or the Hampton Inn Gaylord.