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East Ridge, Tennessee Hotel Offers Ideal Location Near Top Area Winery

Georgia Winery Offers Complimentary Tastings and Tours Minutes From Fairfield Inn & Suites

EAST RIDGE, TN -- (Marketwired) -- 07/11/14 -- California and France are among the top destinations for wine-lovers, but nestled in the cozy foothills of the Chattanooga Valley, minutes from Fairfield Inn & Suites Chatttanooga South/East Ridge, is a place where visitors will find award-winning wines and a breathtaking setting that is ideal for special occasions.

At the Georgia Winery and Vineyards, moments from this hotel in East Ridge, Tennessee, guests can explore history at Chattanooga Valley's oldest winery, established in 1983. The first of its kind in the state, the 100% organic winery specializes in highlighting the flavors of fresh fruit taken from 15 acres of fecund Muscadine vines, which produce varieties including Carlos, Noble, Fry, Regale, Jumbo and Magnolia.

Guests of this East Ridge, TN hotel can spend an afternoon at the winery, sampling signature selections with complimentary tastings, followed by a complimentary tour of the family-run facility, available every Saturday at 2 and 4pm. A gift shop offers gourmet gifts, including homemade fudge and wine-filled chocolates, as well as bottles of the winery's more than 20 selections, which range from dry and light to sweet and full bodied.

The Georgia Winery and Vineyards also offers a beautiful event space, the Vineyard View Room, available for private functions, including luncheons, corporate celebrations and weddings. The 1,520-square-foot room, overlooking the Vineyard Garden and opening onto an antebellum-style veranda, is popular for local and destination events; so much so that it is already booked until January 1, 2015.

Whether visitors want to enjoy a few extra glasses of wine, treat colleagues to a unique team-building experience or host their special event at the winery, this hotel near Chattanooga, TN offers a convenient location only minutes away. Spacious accommodations, fitted with plush bedding, cable TV, free Wi-Fi, a coffeemaker and fridge, offer a comfortable stay, whether guests are in town for a few days or a whole week. In addition, all hotel guests enjoy complimentary breakfast and access to the 24-hour fitness room and heated indoor pool.

About the Fairfield Inn & Suites Chatttanooga South/East Ridge
Conveniently located for both business and leisure, the Fairfield Inn & Suites Chattanooga South/East Ridge offers comfortable guest room and suite accommodations that cater to travelers with every need, from getting work done to getting time in with the family. At this hotel near Ringgold, GA, each of the 79 guest rooms offers cozy bedding, a spacious desk, TV with premium cable channels, daily housekeeping, coffeemaker, microwave and refrigerator. Cribs and rollaway beds are available upon request, making the hotel a favorite with families. Mornings start with a complimentary continental breakfast, which guests can enjoy before or after a workout in the fitness room or a swim in the indoor heated pool. Working guests will appreciate the convenience of a full business center, complimentary hotel-wide Wi-Fi, access to a professional meeting space and location near companies including the Volkswagen plant and Amazon fulfillment center. For fun, visitors can explore attractions nearby, which include Ruby Falls, Rock City, Incline Railway, Southern Belle, Tennessee Aquarium, Lake Winnepesaukah, Tennessee Valley Railroad, Creative Discovery Museum, Hunter Museum and the Chattanooga Zoo.

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Fairfield Inn & Suites Chattanooga South / East Ridge
1453 North Mack Smith Road East Ridge TN 37412 USA
1-423-499-4080
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/chase-fairfield-inn-and-suites-chattanooga-south-east-ridge/

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