Welcome to the Historic Circa 1889 Parsonage Inn. This building was the Edenton Baptist Parsonage for over 70 years. It features a floating staircase, plum gingerbread adorns the windows. Located one block from Edenton Bay. In a prime residential Historic district. The spacious bathrooms feature Spa/Jacuzzi's, steam rooms. Giuliano Giannone is your Innkeeper at The Parsonage Inn. He was the former Innkeeper of The Pack House Inn, in Edenton, NC. He also was the National, 2011 Innkeeper of the year...
Located on the first floor. This room has lots of natural sunlight, features a working fireplace, spacious bathroom with tub/rain-shower combination. Sage color on walls. Queen/Poster Bed, pillow-top mattress, oak bedroom set. DVD/Cable/TV.
Nightly Rate: $79-$129
This is our Superior Suite. The best in Luxury. 150 sq. ft. Bathroom with Spa/Jacuzzi/Steam Room/Rain Shower. Queen-sized Mahogany Rise-Poster Bed set. Settee and Club chair for seating. DVD/TV/Cable.
Nightly Rate: $79-$149
This is our Premier Guest Suite. Queen sized Canopy bed set. Twin Mahogany day-bed sleeper. Ameriostream aromatherapy Spa System, with radio. DVD/Cable/TV. Settee &amp; wing back chair for seating. This bedroom set was hand-crafted by Benjamin Hobbs, of Hertford, NC.
Nightly Rate: $79-$129
Pale color on walls, quiet room accessible by elevator. Located in back of the house. Queen oak bed set. Wing back chair for seating. Bathroom has walk-in shower. This room is adjacent to room five, great for families traveling together. DVD/Cable/TV.
Nightly Rate: $79-$119
5 on July 23, 2014
Before our trip we had reviewed all the B&B choices in Edenton. We are so glad we chose The Parsonage Inn! The residence is well maintained and very clean. As soon as we pulled in the drive, Teric was there to greet us with a smile and a warm welcome. We felt comfortable and at home immediately. Everything that we needed to relax and enjoy our stay was available to us. Giuliano and Teric are wonderful hosts and Giuliano's breakfast is the best around!
5 on April 03, 2014
All we can say is "WOW, WOW"!! My husband and I had the pleasure of staying two nights here at "The Parsonage INN", and what an awesome time we had while staying here. We are Pastors from Michigan and have been ministering in N.C. for a week, and we truly needed this rest here at the "Inn". We must truly say that from walking into this place, the spirit of "Excellence" met us at the door!! Our rooms were just awesome, the dining room, & the food was totally great. Our hats go off to GiuLiano,(Innkeeper/Proprietor) who was there for us during our entire stay, and who prepared our breakfast for us. Then we were blessed to have "Teric & Kim" who invited & welcomed us. Teric you did an awesome job of taking care of us, & Kim, just your warm friendly smile made all the difference. We just love you all!! We highly recommend "The Parsonage Inn" to anyone who visits Edenton, N.C., and please patronage GiuLiano by purchasing his "COOKBOOK", lots of wonderful recipes!! Pastors from Detroit, Michigan
5 on March 25, 2014
While we did do a fair amount of research for our trip of the Carolinas, we underestimated Edenton...not only did we find the town friendly, and interesting we just happened to book a room at the Parsonage Inn which turns out to be a vacation highlight! Our room was well appointed, we had a lazy rainy night in Edenton, but the warm welcome from Giuliano and Teric made up for the unseasonable cold. We enjoyed it immensely...breakfast was delicious and we could not leave without purchasing a cookbook...we would highly recommend The Parsonage Inn. Karen & Kevin, Hull, MA
4.2 on October 13, 2013
My partner and I came here recently for a couple night visit to celebrate our anniversary and greatly enjoyed our stay. It was our first time in Edenton and so we appreciated the location - within easy walking distance to downtown and nestled right in some very historic neighborhoods of beautiful old houses. The breakfasts were good, if a bit much food, but with nice variety. We both found that some of the fruit in our fruit salads had gone off, which was disappointing, but not enough to ruin the experience by any means, as the other breakfast offerings were good. The room was very well furnished with a beautiful antique antique four poster bed and day bed, as well as a couple of chairs, dresser and dressing table. The bathroom had been very recently updated to include a sauna/whirlpool tub/rainforest shower, which we looked forward to on booking the room. Alas when we tried it out, we couldn't get it to dispense anything but scalding hot water, even with the temperature knob turned as cold as it would go. We mentioned this to the Innkeeper, who said he'd look into it, but when we tried it again the next day we had the same result. It appears to be a neat unit, but we were unable to enjoy all it had to offer, and would have preferred even just a normal shower had the temperature control been working. The innkeeper was a gracious host who offered suggestions on occasion, but mostly left us to do our thing, which suited us fine. We would recommend this Inn to any coming to Edenton.
4.8 on October 07, 2013
This was my first time in Edenton and I was there for a conference. The Parsonage Inn had an economical room that allowed me to stay there instead of the generic hotel on the highway. I had the smallest room, which was good for one person or two. But this inn had the BEST breakfast and other amenities. There was a guest kitchen and with sodas and snacks, wine and cheese at night, and so much more. And I loved the ability to borrow a bike and ride around. I would stay here again!!!!
5 on July 13, 2013
I gave myself a birthday present: a night in one of the lovely rooms. Guiliano agreed to cater it so that some friends could join me during the usual wine-and-cheese time, as his guests were checking in---and they joined us. Everything was absolutely perfect: great food, great company, great ambiance. Then I spent the night in an amazing room with a huge Jacuzzi/steam/foot massage/shower/bath--- WOW! The next morning, I had one of the best breakfasts I have ever had--it even included a choice of desserts! There is no doubt that I'd recommend 'The Parsonage' to anyone visiting Edenton--or, living here, giving yourself a real treat by checking in for the night.
5 on June 17, 2013
Just had a wonderful lunch at The Parsonage Inn. Such a quiet, elegant place. Can't wait to enjoy their hospitality again.
5 on June 15, 2013
We were traveling north, through North Carolina, and came upon the Parsonage. We had a very pleasant stay. The owner has done an excellent job renovating the 1890 house. He was very personable and did a great job with the breakfast. Having stayed at innumerable B&B's, this one compares well.
5 on June 11, 2013
I’m looking forward to coming back to this charming gem in Edenton, North Carolina where the Parsonage Inn exceeded my expectations. The Parsonage Inn was centrally located in the historic district and just few minutes’ walk from downtown and the waterfront. My room was brilliant, stayed in one of the larger room which had a huge Jacuzzi/sauna and shower/music and etc. Giannone and Juanita made me feel at home, like family. Also a gourmet breakfast made just like five star restaurant it wroth the stay and it’s my strong recommendation if you are looking for a true southern gem stop end and check-it-out for yourself. I’m looking forward to coming back with my family and I will be sharing my experience. Once again Mr. Giannone and staff just wanted say thank for your hospitality making me feel at home during my short visit.
5 on June 03, 2013
Every inch of the Parsonage Inn shows how much thought and care Giuliano has put into the place. We stayed in one of the larger rooms, which had a huge Jacuzzi/sauna/shower/etc. (I never new there were so many ways to experience water in a bathroom!) Breakfast each morning was just as good as any gourmet restaurant and so filling that we weren't hungry until nearly dinner time. There was no need to go out to dinner because of the generous snacks and wine Giuliano provided every afternoon. Not to mention the free-flowing chocolates! Delicious chocolates are tucked everywhere - in the bedrooms, in the snack bar, in every container sitting around. I think I ate nearly a whole plate of cherry cordials on my own. The antique furniture and decorations are adorable, and our room was super comfortable. Juanita, who served us at breakfast every morning, is so friendly and helpful. I was sad to leave after an all-too-short weekend.
Edenton Marina, Queen Street Guest House, Extend stay specials $79-$89 per night, Historic Building Circa 1889, Downtown, Lakeside, Small town
Norfolk, VA (ORF)
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Historical interests, Lake, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, Ocean, Canoe & Kyack rentals, Sailing Cruises, Picnic area, Religious Services, River
Other, Historic Inn, Bed and Breakfast
Air conditioning, Board games, Computer, Copier, Library, Spa, TV Video games, Telephone, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wet bar , cofee, tea, soft drinks, bottled water, ice, fresh, baked goods, chocolates, snacks..., Wine & Cheese Reception, 24-hr Butler's Pantry, guests help themselves to, Complimentary use of Bicycles, Newly installed Elevator
Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, In-room internet, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, Captain Bill's Sailing Cruise, Captain Bill's Sailing Cruise, Captain Bill's Sailing Cruise, Captain Bill's Sailing Cruise, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Water sports
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Gluten-Free
Eggs Benedict, Gourmet Souffles