Innkeepers have to be prepared for anything. Along with keeping your Inn in top condition, you have to be ready to cater to many different types of travelers who all have their own desires. This might sound challenging, but it’s easy when you have an Inn that offers your guests lots of opportunity – an Inn like this Edenton, North Carolina Inn for sale.
The Weekend Escapist
If your guests simply want a quiet, comfortable, and romantic weekend away from home, this Inn’s seven guest rooms will suit them perfectly. Each of the rooms is equipped with amenities like private bathrooms, cable television, wireless Internet access, and a refrigerator stocked with ice, soda, and bottled water.
Several of the rooms also include extra features like marble fireplaces and sitting porches or balconies that look over the hotel grounds and the nearby Edenton Historic District. Some rooms also have separate showers and soaking tubs that are perfect for a long, relaxing bath.
Finally, the current owners offer guests both a full sit-down breakfast either in the Inn’s dining room or on the enclosed front porch, as well as a light afternoon buffet stocked with fresh fruits, cheeses, snacks and beverages. For dinner, there are plenty of great dining options nearby including 309 Bistro and Spirits and the casually elegant Waterman’s Grill.
Some guests will want to get outside and experience some of Edenton’s rich history and many notable historic sites. There are plenty of places to explore history within walking distance of the Inn. Edenton’s beautiful historic district is only a short distance away and includes 342 different historic buildings.
There are many notable historic sites in Edenton, including the grand Chowan County Courthouse, one of the most intact colonial courthouses in North America. Built in 1767, the building is still used today as the county seat and remains the oldest government building in North Carolina.
History buffs will also appreciate the Lane House, which may possibly be the oldest house in North Carolina; and the many Civil War sites and monuments around the town, including two howitzers cast from bronze bells that were used by the Army of Northern Virginia in the Seven Days Battle and the Battle of Fredricksburg.
The Outdoor Enthusiast
Edenton’s position on the coast of North Carolina makes it a perfect place for outdoor lovers and sports enthusiasts to visit for a fun-filled vacation. There are plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy in the area both on land and in the water including sailing, kayaking, hiking, cycling, golf and fishing.
Nearby Edenton Town Harbor makes it easy for guests to get out on the water – guests can rent canoes and kayaks for very reasonable rates including overnight rentals, or they can launch their own boats if they so desire. Another option is to take a bay cruise aboard the Liber-Tea, a 22-foot electric boat that shows guests the sights around Edenton’s harbors.
On the landward side, your guests can experience plenty of hiking, biking, and other natural experiences on Edenton’s many nature trails and paths. There are also several great birding trails that offer a mix of hiking and paddling in and around town.
In the end, no matter what your guests are interested in, they’ll find it in this Edenton, North Carolina B&B for sale. To learn more about this Inn or any of our other Inns for sale, contact us today.