Granville Queen Bed and Breakfast

I love Edenton, NC – Stay Amid History in a
Traditional Southern Neo-Classical Revival Home

Located along the Albemarle Sound, Edenton was the first capital of the providence of North Carolina. Edenton was also home to many Revolutionary patriots – as well as the haunt of the infamous pirate Blackbeard.

You’ll want to stroll along their shady streets past handsome period homes and historic landmarks. The Granville Queen Bed and Breakfast is located at the heart of the Edenton Historic District. The center of town, with its irresistible boutiques, antiques shops, and fine restaurants, is just a block away. We dined at several of the restaurants here and have yet to be disappointed.

-Dora and David Drohen, Innkeepers were very amicable and David was helpful and accommodating to us.  Stephan (My husband) and I love going to historic towns and soaking up the beauty of a time past.  Recently we stayed at this B&B for a long weekend.  I would greatly recommend this particular home, as it was very comfortable and the opulence was everywhere.

Not only was the food phenomenal, they did much more than just breakfast, they had sweet and savory snacks, crackers cheese, home-baked cookies.  Lemon infused water, flavored iced tea.  Several different dips for spreading on the crackers.  Above and beyond in my opinion.

Enjoy the pictures and I am happy to say I am back to blogging and hope to be able to keep it up for some time to come! 

 

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