History of The Inn
This popular historic bed and breakfast are located in New Bern, North Carolina. It was built by Alexander Meadows in 1847. At the time, Meadows owned and operated a grist mill, a shipyard, and a fertilizer company.
Changes came about with new ownership. For example, the home increased in size between 1898 and 1904. Several of the original (late Federal Greek Revival) mantels remain. An attractive (late Victorian) stairway remains. In addition, there are mantels and trim typical of this time period.
New Bern, North Carolina
The inn’s perfect downtown location is near unique shops, one-of-a-kind galleries, amazing restaurants, year-round entertainment, and a gorgeous waterfront. New Bern is the second oldest town in North Carolina and a popular vacation destination. In addition, the town is full of homes and landmarks listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
You can tour by walking around, riding the trolley, or even sitting in a horse-drawn carriage. Bestselling author Nicholas Sparks calls New Bern “home” and makes this town the setting for several of his famous romance novels. Some of Sparks’ bestselling books become blockbuster movies. As a result, he is one of the most famous authors in the state of North Carolina.
Did you know that “crepe myrtle” is New Bern’s official flower? Crepe myrtle is beautifully growing at this antebellum bed and breakfast in the heart of the Historic District. In fact, something is always blooming at this inn and in the town of New Bern. Within walking distance to this property are Tryon Palace and Garden, the birthplace of Pepsi (invented by pharmacist Caleb Bradham in 1898), the riverfront convention center, and river walk.
Antebellum Bed and Breakfast For Sale
The inn began hosting guests in 1980. This three-story inn has two first floor rooms and four-second floor rooms that each have their own private bath. The two third floor rooms share a bathroom (which is ideal for families). Each room has dedicated AC/heat ventilation. There is off-street parking for guests. High-speed wireless internet throughout.
Interested in learning more about this property? Contact Realtor Rob Sales of B&B Consulting at (912) 655-7674 or email him at (firstname.lastname@example.org). Rob is licensed to serve both Buyers and Sellers of B&B properties in the states of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia. Owners of inns looking to sell are welcome to contact him as well. Rob and his wife Jane formerly owned and operated bed and breakfast inns so he has innkeeping experience in addition to his B&B realty expertise which makes him a well-qualified B&B consultant.
Rob is eager to be of service to those looking to buy or sell. Other realtors also seek his counsel. Rob places a high value on forming relationships with others. He is a member of the North Carolina Bed and Breakfast Inns Association, South Carolina Bed and Breakfast Association, and Association of Independent Hospitality Professionals.