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Showing 31-45 of 60 Historical Resorts

Thomas Walton Manor

Laurinburg, North Carolina, United States
$175

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

Fairfield Inn & Suites Wilson

Wilson, North Carolina, United States
87
Excellent
64 Reviews
$109

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

Carol's Garden Inn

Durham, North Carolina, United States
$105

The house is significant as one of the few surviving examples of middle class farm houses is this section of the county. It is a designated historic landmark listed in the Durham County Historic Inventory, known as the Hall-Mann house. Some of the original features that are still in the house are corner fireplaces, a wide open stair case, beveled... 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

Barrington House

Dunn, North Carolina, United States
94
Excellent
8 Reviews
$89

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

Rowan Oak House

Salisbury, North Carolina, United States
$130

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

Courtyard by Marriott Durham Near Duke University/Downtown

Durham, North Carolina, United States
82
Very Good
95 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

Extended Stay America Fayetteville - Owen Dr.

Fayetteville, North Carolina, United States
$88

Two major installations in Fayetteville are the military’s Fort Bragg and Pope Air Force Base. Established in 1918, Fort Bragg has a well-earned reputation for excellence, having trained some of the finest soldiers in the world. Units like the 82nd Airborne Division and the Delta Force are billeted at Fort Bragg when not engaged elsewhere in the... more

Cameron Park Inn B & B

Raleigh, North Carolina, United States
$149

This "heart of Raleigh" location is a real plus for business, shopping, and touring the capital city's museums, gardens, restaurants and historical sites!... more

Turn Of The Century Victorian

Salisbury, North Carolina, United States
$120

History awaits you around every corner as you walk through this historic neighborhood. You may choose to stop and visit the Rowan Public Library, with its renowned genealogy collections, or to explore Hall House or the National Cemetery.... more

Ms Elsie's Caribbean B & B

Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
$159

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

Augustus T Zevely Inn

Winston-Salem, North Carolina, United States
$100

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

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

$66

If you're in town on business, most likely your destination is Triangle Research Park. This area is a bustling center with large business complexes and all the “goings-on” of Raleigh. Host to great golf courses, shopping, historic houses, and modern architecture, Raleigh-Durham is a great destination, no matter where your interests lie!... more

Atrium Inn

High Point, North Carolina, United States
$65

The wholesale home furnishing show features more than 2,400 manufacturers with casegoods, upholstery, accent, accessories, lighting, wall decor, bedding, rugs, and home textiles. Over 71,000 industry professionals; buyers, exhibitors and sales representatives from the U.S.A. and 106 countries around the world visit the seasonal Market!... more

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