Mount Sterling, Kentucky
Mount Sterling (aka Mt. Sterling) is a small city in Montgomery County, eastern Kentucky. It is built in a rather scenic natural landscape in the Kentucky Bluegrass Region and on the beautiful foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Mount Sterling founded in 1792, keeps intact its well-maintained and multi-praised historic downtown. Major Mount Sterling attractions include the Judy Drive-In Theater, Gateway Ghost Walk, the History Museum, the Ruth Hunt Candy Factory,
Golf Digest (probably the best public golf course in Kentucky), and much more. It is also worth mentioning that Mount Sterling organizes “October Court Days” (the oldest Kentucky annual festival) and “Small Town America Weekend” (one of the best summer festivals in Kentucky, as voted by the Kentucky Tourism Council in 2009). Regarding budget accommodation, you can easily find excellent and nearby Mount Sterling that offer nice looking rooms for under a $100 per night.