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North Carolina Bed and Breakfast

North Carolina is one of the true gems of the South. With so much to see, do, and explore, staying at a bed & breakfast during a trip to North Carolina is one of the best ways to create a unique, memorable experience during your time in the state.

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Explore Bed and Breakfasts in North Carolina

Bed and Breakfasts in North Carolina range from mountain-chic offerings to charming-city abodes. North Carolina is filled with an abundance of different mountain hikes, beaches, unique cities, art galleries, museums, and landmarks. Some of the most popular and must-see places in the state include: Asheville, the Outer Banks, Western North Carolina, Beaufort, and the Blue Ridge Mountains. North Carolina bed and breakfast s can be found in nearly all of these locations, offering you an unforgettable trip.

  • History

    Located in the Southern half on the East Coast, North Carolina was originally one of the 13 colonies. It was the first state to instruct its delegates to vote for independence from British Rule. In 1789, North Carolina became the 12th state to ratify the U.S. Constitution. In 1903 the first ever successful aircraft flight was invented and executed in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina by Wilbur and Orville Wright.

  • Natural Features

    North Carolina is a true playground for any and all outdoor lovers. The state boasts an array of natural features, including the Appalachian Mountains, Great Smoky Mountains, Blue Ridge Mountains, Grandfather Mountain, Lake Mattamuskeet, Lumber River, Mountains to Sea Trail, Merchants Millpond State Park, and the Outer Banks. The state is mountainous, featuring several different mountain chains as well as hundreds of hiking trails. Chimney Rock is a one-million-year-old natural landmark, and one of North Carolina’s most iconic attractions. The Outer Banks is a series of beaches that stretch along the North Carolina Coastline and are extremely popular for vacationers during the summer months. Jockey’s Ridge in the Outer Banks is a massive sand dune that replicates a Sahara-type of experience. Many visitors go each year to walk through the dunes.

  • Things to do

    There is so much to do in the state of North Carolina that you may decide to extend your stay to see more of what is on offer! Mountain lovers who just want to relax during a stay in North Carolina can go ahead and skip all the activities and just sit back and take in the views from a mountain inn. Downtown Asheville is one of the most interesting and eclectic cities in the state and is worth exploring for at least a couple days. The eco-conscious city is surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains and boasts a distinctive down-to-earth vibe. The walkable downtown district boasts a lively music scene, a variety of fresh local eateries, craft breweries, vintage boutiques, and art galleries. The historic neighborhood of Montford features an abundance of Colonial Revival houses, many of which are restored as bed and breakfast. The town of Oak Hill offers a variety of hiking trails and outdoor activities, such as disc golf and whitewater rafting. The town of Waynesville boasts a motorcycle museum, an art gallery, and Lake Junaluska. The port city of Wilmington features a historic district with a river walk, some award-winning eateries, art galleries, and fun boutique shops to explore. Just south of Asheville is Hendersonville which boasts a gem mine, wineries, and many fruit orchards in the summertime.

  • Activities

    North Carolina is bursting with things to do and landmarks to visit. Nature lovers, beach bums, and history buffs will all find something exciting to explore. Visit the Biltmore House, the largest home in America originally built by George Vanderbilt in the late 1880’s. This mansion-chateau rests on an 8000-acre estate in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Asheville, North Carolina. Pisgah National Forest is revered as North Carolina’s most visited wonders. The 500,000 acre forest consists of mile-high peaks, abundant waterfalls, and lush, leafy slopes. It is located in the Appalachian Mountains in Western North Carolina. Grandfather Mountain is the highest peak in the eastern Blue Ridge Mountains in the state, reaching to 5,946 feet and offering sweeping views of the mountains from the top. The Great Smoky Mountains are one of North Carolina’s most esteemed wonders and Clingmans Dome is the highest point in this mountain chain. Hikers will love visiting Chimney Rock, a small village in Rutherford County, as it boasts a popular series of trails and a large waterfall. North Carolina is home to a plethora of Colonial Revival architecture-style houses throughout its main cities, a sight that history buffs are sure to enjoy.

  • Weather

    The weather in North Carolina is very seasonal. Summers are hot with temperatures reaching up to 95 degrees Fahrenheit, while winter temperatures can drop to 20 degrees Fahrenheit (or lower). Spring and fall are moderate with average temperatures of 70 degrees. The temperatures on the coast tend to be warmer on average than the mountain climates, which get colder with higher elevations. The best time of the year to plan a trip to North Carolina is anytime between April and November.

  • Food and Drink

    North Carolina is known for its many iconic Southern-style favorites. During a trip to North Carolina, indulging in as much BBQ as you possibly can during your trip is a must. Fried green tomatoes topped with pimento cheese is another Southern must-have. Shrimp n’ grits, deviled eggs, and fresh seafood on the coast are also delicious foods to be sampled. Bojangles is a popular fast food chain found in the Eastern Southern States which is a favorite among locals and travelers. Wine lovers can visit the many wineries around the state, particularly in the mountainous regions.

North Carolina Bed and Breakfast FAQ

  • Why Stay at a Bed and Breakfast Inn in North Carolina?

    Get the most out of your time in North Carolina by staying at a charming, memorable accommodation. North Carolina bed and breakfasts offer Southern hospitality, host friendliness, elegant Victorian-style architecture, smooth check in, boutique furnishings, spacious private baths, and an abundance of natural beauty. Many bed and breakfast inn s in North Carolina are located in the historic district and historic downtown areas of the cities. These historic inn s are recognized by the National Register of Historic Places for their cultural significance. There is no more romantic getaway than a stay at a bed and breakfast in North Carolina.

  • What type of amenities can I expect when booking a B&B in North Carolina?

    When staying at a bed and breakfast in North Carolina, expect a truly elegant and unique experience bursting with Southern charm. These historic inns combine a well-preserved history with modern comforts. Most North Carolina guesthouse s boast historic architecture, a gourmet breakfast, free Wifi, guest rooms in a carriage house, jacuzzi, upscale linens, clawfoot tubs, and friendly innkeepers. Many historic inns in the state also feature spacious front porches, lush green gardens, Victorian-style or Colonial Revival-style architecture, fireplaces, and more.

  • How can I get around North Carolina?

    It is recommended to use a car to get around the state during a trip in North Carolina. The state has two major international airports, located in Charlotte (Charlotte/Douglas International Airport) and Wilmington (Wilmington International Airport.) There are many smaller regional airports as well which offer access to smaller towns and more remote areas. If flying into the state, there are an abundance of car rental companies to rent a car from upon arrival. While in the cities, such as Asheville, many of the points of interests, restaurants, shops, and cafes will be within walking distance from your bed and breakfast. Most bed and breakfasts in cities and towns are centrally located in the downtown districts, meaning that most activities and points of interest within cities can be reached by foot or public transportation.

  • What are the different types of B&Bs in North Carolina?

    North Carolina offers a wide variety of bed and breakfasts, from cozy mountain cabin-style inns to colonial-revival-style bed and breakfasts in historic downtown districts.

    Arrowhead Inn is commonly regarded as one of the best bed and breakfast in North Carolina. The inn offers a romantic escape in a peaceful and historic setting. It sits on six acres of green lawns and blooming gardens. Guests are served a full gourmet breakfast each morning. All nine guest rooms are equipped with modern amenities with some special features like jacuzzi tubs and cozy fireplaces.

    Fuquay Mineral Spring Inn and Garden is located in the heart of a historic district and is conveniently located just a short drive from Durham, Fayetteville, Chapel Hill, and Raleigh, as well as an abundance of points-of-interest. Guest rooms feature spacious bathrooms, high-speed WiFi, and plush bedding.

    1906 Pine Crest Inn is an upscale inn located in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains. This romantic bed and breakfast in North Carolina features a gourmet breakfast, landscaped gardens, elegant furnishings, and an award-winning restaurant.

    White Doe Inn offers a luxury experience in the Outer Banks. This pet friendly bed and breakfast in North Carolina features luxury amenities, gourmet breakfasts, free bicycles for guests to use, comfortable common areas with fireplaces, eight elegant guest rooms, and wrap-around porches. All accommodations include antique family heirloom decorations combined with modern amenities and comforts.