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Showing 16-30 of 60 Historical Resorts

Troy-Bumpas Inn Bed & Breakfast

Greensboro, North Carolina, United States

History buffs will enjoy reflecting on the history this home has seen. Built in 1847 by Rev. Sidney Bumpas and his wife Frances Webb Bumpas, the home is listed on the National Historic Register and is one of twelve in Guilford County built before the Civil War that still survives. During the Civil War, Union soldiers occupied the home and used it... more

Brookwood Inn - Durham

Durham, North Carolina, United States
Very Good
583 Reviews

For history lovers, Durham is host to the Bennett Place State Historical Site, Duke Homestead State Historic Site and Tobacco Museum, Duke University Chapel, and Historic Stagville.... more

Drury Inn and Suites Charlotte

Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
356 Reviews

Stacked with over 50 static aircrafts and a ridiculous amount of smaller aviation items, you’ll surely appreciate the Wright brothers more than you already after your visit. B-17’s, B-24’s and the Berlin C-54 even occasionally drop by via one of three runways the museum has access to at Carolina’s Aviation Museum.... more

Andy Griffith's Home Place

Mount Airy, North Carolina, United States

Experience the simplicity of Mayberry in this two bedroom, one bath home located less than one mile from the Andy Griffith Playhouse, Snappy Lunch, Floyd’s City Barber Shop and Downtown Mount Airy. Fans of television actor, Andy Griffith, can stay in the Mount Airy home where he lived during his adolescence until his high school graduation.... more

Thomas Walton Manor

Laurinburg, North Carolina, United States

Scotland County is home to the Lumber River Canoe Trail and the popular John Blue Cotton Festival that attracts more than 10,000 annually. The sounds of wailing bagpipes are an integral part of many community gatherings, symbolizing the county's strong Scottish heritage.... more

Ivy Bed & Breakfast

Warrenton, North Carolina, United States

To those who love the past, the Ivy Bed & Breakfast is nearly perfectly preserved and many of the magnificent mansions have been beautifully restored so that your walk through town may echo the charm and elegance of the old antebellum South.... more

Four Points by Sheraton Durham at Southpoint

Durham, North Carolina, United States
319 Reviews

You can easily walk or take the free shuttle to visit the shopping and excitement of The Streets at Southpoint. Also close by is Research Triangle Park, a hub of prestigious and historic universities—including the University of North Carolina and Duke University.... more

Groome Inn

Greensboro, North Carolina, United States

The Groome Inn Bed and Breakfast, located just outside Greensboro, North Carolina, was built circa 1900 by Marvin Groome. Marvin was the youngest son of Zachariah Groome, the first Groome to settle in Guilford County. The farmhouse was purchased in 2003 by Mrs. Fred M. Groome Jr. (Jimmie) and has been beautifully remodeled to comfortably... more

Courtyard by Marriott Durham Near Duke University/Downtown

Durham, North Carolina, United States
Very Good
269 Reviews

Don’t yet know the town? Take a two-to-four-mile walking guide of Durham’s historic Downtown area, available at the Durham Visitor Information Center. Or, walk at Al Buehler Cross Country Trail, with more than three miles of gravel jogging and walking trails around the Washington Duke Inn & Golf Course.... more

Pool Rock Plantation

Henderson, North Carolina, United States

Modern Italianate and Greek revival features line the addition to the original Federal design Pool Rock Plantation, though in antebellum days Pool Rock Plantation was known as Manor Plantation.... more

Barrington House

Dunn, North Carolina, United States
4 Reviews

The estate was originally home to a dairy and included barns and livestock. The landscape suffered tremendous damage, however, in 1954, when Hurricane Hazel struck, and again when Hurricane Fran hit in 1995. Renovations and additions have rendered Barrington House into an opulent and entrancing setting.... more

Henry F Shaffner House

Winston-Salem, North Carolina, United States

This Queen Anne styled dwelling was originally the residence of Henry Fries Shaffner. The house passed hands and eventually was condemned and stood empty until Betty and Henry Falls, Jr., purchased it in 1990. They began the extensive renovations and restorations needed to refurbish this Victorian mansion as a premier Bed and Breakfast... more

Greystone Inn & Conference Center

Durham, North Carolina, United States

Greystone is rich in Durham history. Built for James Edward Stagg and Mary Washington Lyon Stagg — both descendants of the philanthropic Duke family– Greystone is the last standing private residence in Durham Built by Duke Descendants. ... more

Oakwood Inn Bed & Breakfast

Raleigh, North Carolina, United States

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the Raynor-Stronach House, built in 1871. It is one of the four surviving homes of the 11 original homes that started the Oakwood Neighborhood, now the Historic Oakwood District, the 19th century Raleigh neighborhood which gives the Inn its name. ... more

Forever Inn

Wadesboro, North Carolina, United States

Established in 1783, in what used to be the frontier for early settlers, Wadesboro is an historic town set amidst rolling hills and trees at the southern end of North Carolina’s "Central Park" and near the Uwharrie National Forest.... more

Showing 16-30 of 60 Historical Resorts