North Carolina is a prime vacation spot for both out-of-towners and North Carolina natives. While it’s easy to book a chain hotel you’re comfortable with, staying in a local B&B offers a greater authenticity to your getaway. Here are 5 of the most luxurious and quaint bed and breakfasts in North Carolina.
This historic inn is the closest B&B to downtown Asheville. Visitors rave about the delicious cuisine and warm atmosphere. The 1889 Whitegate Inn is appropriately decorated with antiques and exquisite furniture. The starting price for rooms is $150 per night. (4.7/5 rating)
A combination of nature and luxury, The Swag is by far one of the most expensive bed and breakfasts in North Carolina on our list with prices starting at $495 per night. Neighboring the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, The Swag offers an isolated location. While the cost may be high, visitors claim it is well worth the price. The home is made from hand-hewn logs and stone and is beautifully decorated. (4.7/5 rating)
Guests can experience total relaxation at this Western Carolina inn. The Andon-Reid Inn is located in Waynesville and offers seven rooms each with a private en-suite bath as well as a fireplace. Guests can also enjoy views overlooking the mountains from the wrap-around porch. Accommodation begins at $145 per night. (4.9/5 rating)
The Inner Banks Inn is located in Edenton, just an hour away from the Outer Banks beaches and only two blocks from the Albemarle Sound. Guests can choose from four different houses – one of which is pet-friendly! Rooms start at $119 per night but seasonal and weekday packages are available. (4.4/5 rating)
Enjoy a romantic getaway at The White Doe Inn on Roanoke Island. The Victorian home is surrounded by stunning gardens while the interior is complete with oriental rugs and elegant architecture. Rooms are complete with bedside fireplaces as well as in-room spa services. Don’t forget to take full advantage of the concierge services as well for local outings. (4.7/5 rating)
So, the next time you’re planning a trip to the beautiful state of North Carolina, you should really do yourself a favor and consider staying in one of these quaint places. There may just be no better way to experience the charm and friendliness than to stay in one of these bed and breakfasts in North Carolina.