For a comfortable stay, a warm welcome and a friendly smile check into the Microtel Inn & Suites of Lynchburg. Located in beautiful historic Lynchburg founded by John Lynch in 1786, we are steeped in history. One of our Founding Fathers, Thomas Jefferson had his retreat here. Still open to the public, Poplar Forest is known as the mini Monticello. Anne Spencer, a Harlem Renaissance Poet resided here as well. Her home and gardens are open to the public too. We offer free high speed internet, a hot and hearty breakfast, beautifully appointed rooms and an inviting lobby for your pleasure. Our Board Room is a perfect place to hold your meetings. We are within walking distance of several fast food restaurants and a short drive to many full service restaurants. The desk staff will be happy to offer recommendations.