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903 West Bridge Road
Dalton,  Georgia  30720  US
LAT: 34.758895 LONG: -85.00330
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+1 (800) 830-5222 (US/Canada Toll-free)

Telephone: +1 (706) 278-9700 Fax: +1 (706) 270-9799

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Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Dalton, GA

http://www.countryinns.com/dalton-hotel-ga-30720/gadalton
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This hotel's location off I-75 is only 34 miles from Lovell Field Airport in Chattanooga, TN (CHA) and just east of the Chattahoochee National Forest, putting guests in a great position to enjoy excellent shopping, exciting attractions and the scenic beauty of the region. Attend shows at the Northwest Georgia Trade and Convention Center, shop the sales at the Tanger Outlets, tour local mills and browse unique shops in historic downtown Dalton, GA, all from this hotel's convenient location. The Country Inn & Suites offers guests a comfortable home base from which to explore, with amenities and services designed with them in mind. During your stay, be sure to visit nearby Chattanooga, home to the Creative Discovery Museum, the Tennessee Aquarium and the Chattanooga Zoo. Enjoy the following attractions near this hotel's location in Dalton, GA: Carpet Universe Mills (4.6 miles)Visit one of the few carpet mills in the "Carpet Capital of the World" that will give tours to groups small and large. Plus, you'll get some great prices on high-quality carpets.Phone: +1 (800) 433-0074 Chattahoochee National Forest (2 miles)The Pinhoti Trail of this forest goes right by the hotel to the west. Visitors can enjoy hiking, rafting, kayaking and fishing in this national forest.Phone: +1 (770) 297-3000/+1 (706) 695-6737 Chickamauga National Military Park (28.6 miles)Located not far from the hotel, the 5,200-acre Chickamauga Battlefield, scene of the last major Confederate victory of the Civil War, contains numerous monuments, historical tablets, wayside exhibits and trails. Phone: +1 (706) 866-9241 Chief Vann House Historic Site (12.3 miles)This is the largest and most prosperous plantation in the Cherokee Nation built by James Vann, a Cherokee leader. Covering 1,000 acres, the Vann House survives as Georgia's best-preserved historic Cherokee Indian home. Visitors can see the house and its beautiful hand carvings, remarkable "floating" staircase, 12-foot mantle and fine antiques.Phone: +1 (706) 695-2598 Fort Mountain State Park (22.9 miles)Situated in the Chattahoochee National Forest close to the Cohutta Wilderness area, this park offers a variety of outdoor activities. Hikers, mountain bikers and horseback riders will find some of the most beautiful trails in northern Georgia here.Phone: +1 (706) 422-1932 Historic Downtown Dalton (2.8 miles)An eclectic and impressive array of one-of-a-kind shops and dining cuisines, attractions from the Civil War era, and the region's leading professional businesses and financial institutions offer the perfect setting for those visiting downtown Dalton.Phone: +1 (706) 278-3332 Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement (23.9 miles)This is a family-friendly amusement park near Chattanooga that offers wholesome fun for everyone. Thrill rides, family rides and kiddie coasters and concessions are offered.Phone: +1 (706) 866-5681 Prater's Mill (13.4 miles)Built by Benjamin Franklin Prater in 1855, this water powered mill was originally fitted with the latest in grain cleaning, grinding and sifting machinery, all powered by the Coahulla Creek. The mill also serves as the start of the Cohutta-Chattahoochee scenic byway. Phone: +1 (706) 694-6455 Tunnel Hill Heritage Center (7.5 miles)Built to connect the Port of Augusta to the Tennessee River Valley, the tunnel through the Chetoogeta Mountain was to be part of the first railroad across the Appalachian Mountains and open trade between the eastern coast region and the upper Midwest. Phone: +1 (706) 876-1571