This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$295/wknd - $325/3 nts - $450/wk
Dry Ridge Travel Tips
Enjoy Southern Hospitality When You Stay at Dry Ridge Vacation Rentals
Tucked away in Kentucky's Grant County, you'll find Dry Ridge vacation rentals ready to offer you the peace and quiet you can find off the beaten path. With biking and hiking trails, outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy an undisturbed natural setting filled with rivers, creeks, lakes, and forests. From art festivals to basketry classes and from quilting to farmer's markets, Dry Ridge offers a small-town community atmosphere ready to welcome visitors with good old-fashioned Southern hospitality.
Discover Williamstown Lake With Dry Ridge Lodging
When you stay at Dry Ridge lodging, you'll be close to Williamstown Lake, which offers over 300 acres of water surrounded by 32 miles of land. Bring your own fishing gear or stop by one of the marinas for supplies. The lake has crappie, largemouth bass, bluegill, and different varieties of catfish, including flathead and channel. After a day of fishing, take your catch back to your vacation rental in Dry Ridge and prepare it to taste in the fully equipped kitchen. Sit down to a dinner on the deck or in the backyard and enjoy a quiet evening—the lake has a no-wake-after-dark rule, which reduces noise from jet skis and motor boats.
Relax With Williamstown Lake Houses
With over 450 lakefront properties in the area, Williamstown lake houses put you within walking distance of the water. Depending on the property, you might even have a private dock or beach access. If you want to explore the surrounding areas, you'll find Cincinnati, Ohio and Lexington, Kentucky about an hour away. If you like to quilt or work with fabric, be sure to stop by the Quilt Box in Dry Ridge, a quilting store selling bolts of fabric, patterns, books, and notions.