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Showing 16-30 of 60 Historical Resorts

Duke Mansion

Charlotte, North Carolina, United States

Built in 1915 and tripled by its most famous owner James Buchanan Duke, The Duke Mansion has been home and host to leaders of the 20th century. Duke’s most lasting legacies, including Duke University, Duke Energy and the Duke Endowment, took shape at the home. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Duke Mansion is now operated as... more

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

Augustus T Zevely Inn

Winston-Salem, North Carolina, United States

The historic district of Old Salem was designated a "Registered National Historic Landmark." Within this landmark are un-restored, restored, and reconstructed buildings, which, as a whole, present the authentic architectural representation of the community of Salem between 1766 and 1856.... more

Fairfield Inn & Suites Wilson

Wilson, North Carolina, United States
64 Reviews

Incorporated in 1849 as a farm market, Wilson has taken great care to preserve its past. Titled one of North Carolina's most beautiful cities consisting of an abundance of treasures and simple pleasures, Wilson is full of fun, nostalgia, and historic sites, for you to enjoy.... 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

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

Barrington House

Dunn, North Carolina, United States
8 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

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

Ms Elsie's Caribbean B & B

Charlotte, North Carolina, United States

The ambiance is serene, and it invites joy, peace, and love to the soul. Every guest in our Inn, has fallen in love with the spirit of the Inn, its history, and the intimacy. All come seeking a need to laugh, relax, rest, feel whole, feel connected, pampered, and nurtured, and we do it all very well at Ms. Elsie‘s.... more

Courtyard Winston-Salem University

Winston-Salem, North Carolina, United States
Very Good
68 Reviews

Return to 17th century Salem for a haunting night, an educational tour, or just a trip through history at Pioneer Village, America’s first living history museum! Three acres of colonial architecture, culinary and medicinal gardens, and a blacksmith are your interpreters to early 17th-century colonial life.... more

Fairfield Inn Kannapolis

Kannapolis, North Carolina, United States
226 Reviews

Kannapolis and the surrounding area offers a host of activities. Watch the Intimidators at the Fieldcrest Cannon Stadium, the tribute to Thelonius Monk at North Carolina Music Hall of Fame, or stop for a bite at the Sweet Pickle Bakery.... more

Clichy Inn

Statesville, North Carolina, United States
10 Reviews

The Clichy Inn was named after a town in France which began the art of paperweight making over 160 years ago. The Inn has an extensive collection of paperweights from all over the world which are on display. The rooms are named after paperweight makers.... more

Crossland Durham - Research Triangle Park

Durham, North Carolina, United States

See the city from a unique perspective on a motorized Tobacco Road Tour, highlighting Durham's historic past, including downtown sites, historic neighborhoods, Duke and NC Central University Campuses, and more!... more

Country Inn & Suites By Carlson Charlotte I-485 at Highway 74E

Matthews, North Carolina, United States
Very Good
293 Reviews

Spend a casual day strolling through the historic neighborhood of Fourth Wardw, home to several restored Victorian houses. The Fourth Ward is also home to Charlotte's art and entertainment districts. This Southern city is also a cultural hub with world-class museums and a lively arts and music scene. As a vital city, the shopping rivals that of NYC... more

Rowan Oak House

Salisbury, North Carolina, United States

Historic preservation is an important part of Salisbury, a fact that becomes quite evident as you approach our bed and breakfast and view one splendid house after another. Rowan Oak House is Salisbury's premier Bed and Breakfast and proud to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places.... more

Showing 16-30 of 60 Historical Resorts