Edenton Inn is officially known as the William C. Waff House. It is located in the heart of the Historic District of Edenton, North Carolina; 'The South's Prettiest Small Town.' Edenton Inn is privately owned and available for extended stay rentals. Edenton Inn is ideal for anyone who loves the charm of a traditional Bed & Breakfast but wants the privacy and convenience of a hotel efficiency room.
Edenton Inn is located just two blocks (eight houses) from the Albemarle Sound; you can see it from the front yard. It is across the street from the historic Chowan County Courthouse and only a few steps from the center of town where you can step back in time and enjoy a freshly squeezed lemonade while taking in the sights of the 1700s or watching boats dock at Edenton Harbor.
About Edenton: Located on Albemarle Sound’s Edenton Bay this charming village, established in 1712, features nearly three centuries of outstanding architecture behind tree-lined sidewalks and along waterfront vistas. Jacobean, Georgian, Federal, Greek Revival, and Victorian examples make this town a natural for its two National Historic Landmarks and numerous listings on the National Register of Historic Places.
Edenton, North Carolina is known for its lively downtown lined with unique shops, eateries and other businesses serving residents and visitors alike. An active calendar of events covers outdoor recreation including sailing, paddling, biking and baseball; cultural events such as art exhibits, plays and such rare history treats as a Bill of Rights Tour. Seasonal festivals are even more picturesque set against the remarkable backdrop of this first Colonial capital.
Edenton Harbor: At the Colonial Edenton Downtown Harbor you can dock your power or sail boat for a few hours or up to seven days while you visit and enjoy Edenton. The Harbor is within walking distance to many Historical Homes, restaurants and shops.
Albemarle Plantation: When he designed The Sound Golf Course Links at Albemarle Plantation, North Carolina’s Dan Maples applied his renowned passion for environmental sensitivity and extraordinary golf course architecture. The result is an unforgettable experience that ranks as “One of the Best 201 Places to Play” by Golf Digest.
Mother and I planned the trip, I had never heard of Edenton. We found the home, it was nice. There were no railings in the rear; mother needs a walker. So we used the front, which had two railings, one of which was rotted out at the bottom.
The day we got there I learned my bathroom toilet leaked, and the next morning my bedroom light went out. Neither were fixed, however the broken microwave was replaced.
Mother and I enjoyed the town, from the historic buildings, dating Victorian to Revolutionary. Our home was Victorian, and the interior was excellent, good furniture, great art, and modern amenities,
If you like roaming around old places, Edenton is your place. For some reason, even though it is on the water, there was no boating.
The main road in town has the business district which looks dated from the early to mid twentieth century, and we saw the only chain store downtown was a Sears that sold outdoor equipment. The rest of the businesses were all private individual.
Our home was clean, and there were dishes everywhere in the kitchen.
All in all, we found North Carolinans to be friendly, and the state appears to be well integrated.
I would recommend this place and North Carolina.
This was an awesome find!!! The home was lovely and not far from the water. The kitchen is ready to use, and the beds make the "Sandman" jealous. What can I say, we will be back. By the way, it comfortably sleeps a family of four.
This was the second Memorial Day weekend stay in this house and quite a bit better than the first stay. Walter (the Manager) was very easy to contact and work with and the house was a very nice place to just unwind.
A couple of things that needs attention: The ceiling fan in the back bedroom looked like it still had the same dust from last year and toilet seat in the bathroom off that bedroom was broken.
Other than those two items: Great deal.
It was great. the house was great for the family and being near the
Waterfront was a plus. my husband went fishing everyday with the boys and my daughter and i went shopping.. i would recommend this house to stay in
we will be back next year.
This was a lovely cottage. We rented it for two nights and truly enjoyed all that Edinton had to offer. The accomodations were comfortable and quaint. Truly a lovely experience!
Historic Edenton is ideally located for the perfect vacation. Step back in time to the 1700s and enjoy a tranquil retreat at the 'Inner Banks' . . . just minutes from world class golf (Albemarle Plantation), fresh/salt water fishing, and the beautiful beaches of northeastern North Carolina. Bring your boat! Historic Edenton is a waterfront village with its own harbor on the Albemarle Sound situated just 70 miles west of the Outer Banks (OBX).
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