Our 100+ year old Federal Style Southern home welcomes you with waterviews of Belhaven Harbor, queen sized beds, private ceramic tiled bathrooms, Jacuzzi (Belhaven Room), unique gas fireplaces, and wireless internet. Our home features a state-of-the-art heating & cooling system with an ionizer and two electronic air cleaners. Enjoy walking to downtown Belhaven, the town dock or along our quiet streets to admire our southern homes. From our front porch you can relax with scenic views of boats in the Belhaven Harbor, warm summer breezes, friendly conversations or welcoming waves to passers-by.
Queen sized poster bed, unique gas fireplace, Large Jacuzzi, oversized shower, Italian ceramic tile bath floor, corner pedestal sink, loveseat, large dresser with mirror, wireless internet, first floor room, independent heating/cooling controls, view of Belhaven Harbor. Handicap friendly room. Cot available for an additional $35.
Nightly Rate: $125 - $125
Private bath with ceramic tile floor, pedestal sink, tub/shower. Unique gas corner fireplace, wireless internet, queen sized bed, antique cherry wood writing desk, large dresser with mirror, comfortable reading chair with ottoman, view of Belhaven Harbor. Cot available for $35.00
Nightly Rate: $95 - $95
5 on September 22, 2014
Andy & Karen are great hosts, knowledgeable of the area, and helpful. The breakfast are delicious and plentiful. Don't miss the Tuesday music jams at Main St. landing.
4.6 on September 22, 2014
Andy and Karen Fisher where very gracious hosts in our visit to Belhaven and our stay at their Inn. The recommended restaurant of 'Spoon River' was just a dining experience, not expected in a small town as the surroundings lovely, exceptional service and food. It was nice to go to a place where you were treated like friends. Our send off breakfast in the morning was very filling and the conversation very enjoyable with the other guest, Andy and his wife. Thank you so much for your hospitality!
4.4 on September 17, 2014
100.00 rating. Nice and friendly, too. Delicious breakfast. Nice walk to town. Hope to go back again.
5 on September 10, 2014
I surprised my husband with a last minute 2 night getaway to this beautiful B&B. We arrived later than planned but were greeted in a warm and welcoming manner. Our room was spacious, well decorated and clean. Breakfast was too amazing for words so I won't even try to elaborate. Karen and Andy were wonderful hosts and suggested several things to do in and around Belhaven. We enjoyed walking around town and had a delicious meal at Fish Hooks Cafe. But, by far, the best part of the trip was the incredible stay at the Belhaven Water Street Bed and Breakfast. We will return.
4.6 on August 06, 2014
Andy and Karen were wonderfuland we enjoyed our conversations with them. Breakfast was fabulous. Belhaven is a quiet town right on the water. The restaurants we visited in town were good. They are very close to the Outer Banks and ferries.
Thank you for your kind words. It was a pleasure meeting you and having you stay at our B&B.
5 on May 02, 2014
We traveled to Belhaven because we are thinking of moving south and Belhaven seemed like a good spot to stay while checking out the area. We had a very nice stay. Andy and Karen are very gracious hosts...always ready to meet your needs. The inn is very charming inside and out. Our room was very clean, comfy and quiet. Loved the pantry. The town of Belhaven is very quaint, friendly and lots of good places to eat. Our breakfast at the inn was very tasty and lots of it...we never had to buy lunch because we left so full. Sitting on the front porch watching the river was very peaceful and Belhaven is a great walking town. All in all our stay was like staying with old friends ...only better. Thanks...The McCorkles
Thank you for your kind review of our B&B and our little Town of Belhaven. We hope you liked Belhaven enough to make it your home...
4.0 on April 21, 2014
Karen and Andy Fisher were very accommodating. The view of the river was beautiful.
Thank you for your feedback...yes, the water views from the rooms are spectacular, particularly around sunset. When you come again, make sure your bring along your camera and binoculars!
4.4 on January 27, 2014
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay, but would have liked to have been able to get breakfast before 8:40AM each morning. Otherwise a very nice place to stay while in the area.
Thank you for your feedback...Breakfast is always served "around" 8:30 am unless previous arrangements are made. Some dishes take a tad longer or shorter... Hopefully the breakfast was worth the wait! Do come again...and if you have time restrictions, please let us know about them when you call for reservations so we can discuss your breakfast options.
5 on December 18, 2013
Belhaven Water Street Bed and Breakfast was such a GEM to find. The house is Beautiful, the food is Delicious and the Innkeepers treat you like family. HAD a great meal at Georgie's Oyster Bar as well!
Thank you for your kind words...Our restaurants are drawing guests from near and far. Georgie's Sports & Oyster Bar is a particular favorite because of their seafood AND the fact that they don't fry anything....steamed, broiled, and grilled! Makes for fabulous dining!
5 on December 11, 2013
We had a great 2-day stay while attending the NC Wildlife Federation Board meeting. Had a fantastic dinner at Spoon River. Also toured Pacosin Natl. Wildlife Refuge and saw 9 Black Bears in one hour!!
Wow! Sounds like you had quite an adventure...Yes, Belhaven, NC has a variety of choices of things to do while in town. You can be as busy as a bee or just lay back and bring a good book (I have plenty of books if you forget yours). I've lived hear 9 years now and still haven't seen a bear yet!!
Coastal, Inner Banks, Intra-Coastal Waterway (ICW), Lake Mattamuskeet, Pocosin Lakes, Belhaven Memorial Museum, Downtown, Small town, Village
Greenville, NC (PGV-Pitt-Greenville) 60 miles
From Interstate 95 take Highway 64 East to exit 514 onto 17 Souh to (business 264) Washington, NC. Turn Left onto Highway 264 East go apx 29 miles on 264 East and follow to 2nd traffic light in Belhaven. At 2nd traffic light in Belhaven, turn right, go one block to Water Street, turn left. Look for our sign on left, parking in rear.
Antique Shopping, Beach, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Intra-Coastal Waterway (ICW), Pamlico Sound, Pungo River, Pantego Creek, Lake Mattamuskeet for Bird Watching, NC Ferry to Ocracoke Island, Aurora Fossil Museum, Pocosin Lakes for Bird Watching, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River
Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Bed and Breakfast
BBQ grill, Board games, CD player, Computer, Copier, DVD Player, Fax Machine, Library, Piano, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Videos , Full breakfast, Off-street parking, Providing real estate services since 1970, Bike Rentals intown, Butler's Pantry stocked w/non-alcoholic beverages, Will provide some transportation for boaters
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, In-room internet, Desk, Fireplace, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Radio, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Billiards, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hunting, Kayaking, Bird Watching at Lake Mattamuskeet, Belhaven's unique 'must see' museum., Beaufort County Canoe-Kayak Paddle Trails, Fossil hunting at Aurora Fossil Museum, Bike around Belhaven admiring homes, Ride the Ferry to Ocracoke Island, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Water sports
Karen & Andy Fisher
Boating, Pottery, Quilting, Reading, Cross-Stitching, Photography, Exploring the ICW from Philadelphia, PA to Pine Island Sound, FL
, Ebelskivvers, Quiche
Light, fluffy, melts in your mouth breakfast cheese quiche. 3 eggs, 1c. heavy whipping cream, 1/2c. parmesean cheese & 1/2c. cheddar cheese. Pour into 9" pie crust and place in oven for 45 minutes at 375 degrees. Remove from oven and cut into slices. Serve with hashbrowns/pancakes, bacon/sausage and some fruit...Enjoy!