'Say what you want about the south, but in North Carolina a hot dog is free to swing anyway it wishes' These funny words were said about North Carolina by an American humorist, comedian, author and radio contributor David Raymond Sedaris, best known for his autobiographical sense of humor mostly concerning on his family life and upbringing in North Carolina.
The Land of Something Old and New
Clayton is a town in Johnston County, North Carolina. During the Civil War almost all of its citizens were forced to leave their land because of the depressed local economy. Nonetheless, the situation changed and only after few years Clayton was transformed into a one of the major markets of tobacco, cotton and watermelons. The city, along with some huge manufacturers, is growing to this day, still changing the face of the once hardly cultivated ground and offering some really great places of interest for those who want to know about the true American history of persistence and hard work. All Clayton hotels are comfortable and hospitable, and actually it is quite easy to find hotels in Clayton just by doing a quick online search or following our recommendations below.
How to Stay on the Budget While in Clayton?
To begin with, start looking for a budget accommodation. There are some quite good but still cheap hotels in this area that you will not be able to miss one by doing a quick online search. But if you do find this research too tricky or simply boring, we have already found some great cheap hotels for you; Comfort Inn, Sleep Inn, Econo Lodge South or Wake Inn.
Some Finest Hotels to Stay in Clayton
Though, some visitors want to feel the real southern hospitality by checking in some high quality luxurious Clayton hotels. If you are one of those people, you probably know that these hotels in Clayton are best known for their extremely delicious food and friendly staff that will not only help you with your daily needs, but also offer you some really great local places to visit and get a taste of local culture. You can check out and read more about some famous places like the Super 8 Garner, Hampton Inn Raleigh or Holiday Inn Express.
Relaxing and Educating
Even if you are interested in knowing more about the old industrial towns of United States, there is so much more to see and do in Clayton, that you just cannot miss this chance by checking only the small part of its places of interest. What we truly recommend you to do is to visit the Clemmons Educational State Forest, then, Main St. Community Garden, West Clayton Church of God and then, chill in Riverwood Golf Course or the Comedy Zone for those who want to catch up with some great Southern humor and stop by the Wine and Design Clayton to get a good glass of wine, a plate of pan-fried chicken, field peas, mashed potatoes and sweet tea.