IPD Hospitality wins management of Georgia's Best Western Milton Inn

Best Western Milton Inn in Blairsville, Ga.

IPD Hospitality, a full service management company, was awarded the management contract for the Best Western Milton Inn in Blairsville, Ga. Richard Norton, president of IPD Hospitality, made the statement.

The 60-room hotel, caters mostly to the leisure market. The hotel is located in the North Georgia Mountains and offers a complimentary breakfast, an indoor pool, business center and Wi-Fi.  Situated off of 515 W, the hotel is within close proximity to shops and restaurants. Guests can also easily access nearby attractions such as Chatuge Lake, Brasstown Bald Mountain, Helton Creek Falls, Vogel State Park and the area’s many wineries. The property also caters to traveling employees to poultry farms, such as Cobb-Vantress, Dean Wimpey Poultry and Jones Poultry Home Farm, as well as bottled water suppliers. 

“We are very excited to be entering into the Georgia market,” Norton said in a statement. “The Best Western Milton Inn is a perfect addition to our expanding portfolio of hotels. We are looking forward to working with the team in Blairsville and welcoming them into the IPD family.”  

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Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, IPD currently operates properties in Iowa, Indiana, Illinois, North Carolina, South Carolina and Ohio. The company delivers management, consulting, sales, marketing and accounting services to the hospitality industry, specifically hotels, motels, restaurants and more.

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