Lee is an Interventional Spine and Pain Management physician specializing in non-operative management of neck, back and musculoskeletal pain, in addition to interventional spine procedures.2011 Alverson Drive, Paris, KY 40361-2207 Phone: 859/987-0779 | Fax: 859/987-6566 | 49 Rooms Check Out Time: AM | Check In: PM | Online Reservations BEST WESTERN Paris Inn- newly renovated & located in the "Bluegrass State" and conveniently situated in historic Paris off the bypass.Amenities include: free continental breakfast, free high-speed Internet access, & outdoor pool. Below are nearby attractions, shopping and restaurants that are popular with our guests.
Follow Route 460 to the Paris bypass (Highway 27/68). Stroll through the Bluegrass Farmers' Market, southeast of Georgetown, to find a variety of 100% locally grown herbs, honey, fruit, eggs, vegetables, jams and even grass-fed beef.
Turn right onto the bypass, after one mile turn right onto Alverson Drive. All of the products sold at the market are locally grown and fresh in eastern Kentucky, promoting the efforts of the state's farmers.
In addition, each market vendor is a member of the Kentucky Proud program, promoting safe foods native to Kentucky.
We are conveniently located on Highway 27/68 bypass and just 14 miles from Interstate 75/64 at Exit 113. Go thru one traffic light Turn left onto Alverson Drive. From: Lexington From I-75N, Take exit 113 Turn left onto Highway 68 East/27 North for 12.9 miles, At the second traffic light turn left onto Paris Bypass(U. of Kentucky, take a break in downtown Lexington, the "Horse Capital of the World." Visit the Alltech's Lexington Brewing Company to partake in an educational tour of the brewery and distillery.
We offer the best of both worlds whether you are on business or vacation. Turn left onto Highway 68 East/27 North for 12.9 miles, At the second traffic light turn left onto Paris Bypass(U. Kentucky Ale and Kentucky Light were the first beers produced at the brewery. The next step, was the production of their Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale.
The BEST WESTERN Paris Inn offers a deluxe continental breakfast including fresh Belgian Waffles, free in-room coffee, free local calls, free in-room Wi-Fi, and cable television with free HBO®. The process began by aging the Kentucky Ale in mature bourbon barrels for six weeks, producing its unique taste.Just two miles away from downtown Paris, you can enjoy a day of Antiquing and unique shops throughout downtown! This award-winning beer has become the brewery's flagship beer.Experience the excitement of horse racing and visit Keeneland, we are only 16 miles from Lexington. Detailed driving directions from popular points or nearby cities are listed below. Go thru one traffic light Make a left turn onto Alverson Drive. Additional products include Town Branch Bourbon, Bluegrass Sundown and Lyons Farm Beef.The BEST WESTERN Paris Inn is within walking distance to many restaurants, banking facilities, beauty salons and laundromats, as well as one mile from the local ice-cream parlor, public golf course, and Super Wal-Mart®. The staff takes pride in providing personalized service, which has become a hallmark of the BEST WESTERN Paris Inn. For those with GPS, here you go: Longitude: 38.203965 / Latitude: -84.276205 From: Cincinnati, OH. Take interstate 64 West to Exit 96B follow 627 North for about 14.9 miles. 68/27 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd)Turn right onto the Paris Bypass(U. Try a sample of this hand crafted beer at the Taproom located at the Blue Grass Airport or at Whitaker Bank Ballpark in town.Take Interstate 75 South to Exit 126 in Georgetown. Go thru one traffic light Turn left onto Alverson Drive. When entering Paris, turn left at the third traffic light, High Street. Enjoy your time in eastern Kentucky with a tour at Alltech.Turn right off ramp and then turn left on Route 460 for 16.2 miles. Turn left onto Highway 68 East/27 North for 12.9 miles, At the second traffic light turn left onto Paris Bypass(U. of Lexington have access to fresh fruits, vegetables and more, from April through October.