Voted #1 B & B /Bed & Breakfast/ Hotel Accommodation in Edenton, by Tripadvisor! Our 2011 Award: National Innkeepers of the year, by Pamela Lanier Bed & Breakfast! 2012 Awards: Best Front Porch & Best Artwork. Featured in Albemarle, North Carolina's North East Guide, Our State, Hampton Roads & Southern Living Magazines. "Continuing the Tradition of Excellence!" The Pack House Inn, consists of Three restored Historic buildings. Spacious Guest Rooms with Private Bathrooms.
Handcrafted Fishnet King Bed by Benjamin Hobbs, Spacious 500 Square Feet Bedroom.
Nightly Rate: $99-$139
Room Number Fifteen is located on the first floor. It is located in the front of the house and has floor to ceiling windows giving it an abundance of natural light. It is decorated in reds and yellows with a Dutch country feel. The room has a queen size bed.(2 guests)
Nightly Rate: $99-$129
Room Number Fourteen is located on the first floor. It is located in the front of the house and has floor to ceiling windows giving it an abundance of natural light. It is decorated in greens and reds and has a queen size bed with a futon sofa and two chairs in the sitting area. (2 guests)
Room Number Sixteen is located on the first floor. It is located in the back of the house and is one of our quietest and most private rooms. It is decorated in muted colors and has a queen size bed with a fishnet canopy. There is a large sofa-bed, and a comfortable arm chair in the sitting area. Room 16 is one of two rooms with a private back deck with wrought iron furniture. The sofa bed allows for a third person to stay in this room - at an additional charge. (3 guests)
Nightly Rate: $99-$139
Room Number Seventeen is located on the first floor. It is located right across the hall from our service kitchen so you can have easy access to our cookie jar! The room is decorated in rich reds, greens and tans and has a queen size bed with quilt plus a day bed with trundle. This is our only Handicap Accessible room. There is a back deck with a wheelchair ramp and the bathroom is equipped for our handicap guests. (4 guests)
Nightly Rate: $99-$139
Room Number Eighteen is located on the second floor. It is a corner room - and one of our largest. We consider this our honeymoon suite with an Ed Fuller canopy bed, two comfortable reading chairs and a large bathroom. (2 guests)
Room Number Nineteen is located on the second floor. It is one of our premier rooms and features a queen size bed, a large sitting area with a queen size sofa bed and a comfortable wing chair. A hand-painted armoire houses the TV and DVD player. In addition, the grand bathroom has a walk in shower and a separate bath tub with plenty of counter space around the vanity, and a skylight. (4 guests)
Nightly Rate: $99-$139
Room Number Twenty is located on the second floor. It is one of our premier rooms and features a king size bed, a large sitting area with 2 wing back chairs and a fainting couch. The room is decorated in yellows and greens. The bed features gingham curtains at the corners. This room has a large bathroom with a walk in shower, a separate bath tub with plenty of counter space around the vanity, and a skylight. (2 guests)
Nightly Rate: $99-$139
Room 22 is a two room suite and is one of our pet friendly rooms. It has a Queen sized Bed in the bedroom and a large bathroom with a shower/tub combo. The sitting area had a sleeper sofa and a table for eating or spreading your work out on. This room is located in the Tillie Bond Cottage next door to The Pack House.
Hand Carved Pencil Post, Mahogany King Sized, Pillow Top Mattress Bed. This suite is located in front of the building on the first floor. Mahogany sepertine breakfront desk. 2 sitting chairs in front of fireplace. Tub with Shower. WiFi, DVD/TV.
Located on the second floor, toward back of the house. Mahogany Pencil Bed, King sized Pillow Top Mattress. 2 Wing Back Chairs for reading, Goose Necked Rocker, Desk, WiFi, DVD/TV, Private Bath, tub with shower
This is our most famous suite! In 1983, Mr. & Mrs. Reagan stayed the weekend in this suite. Also Miss Dolly Parton stayed here in 1990. It is a pale blue color, located on the second floor in the middle of the building. The private bath has a shower/tub.
Butterscotch wall color, abundant natural light. Located on the second floor, in front of the house. This suite has an european flair. Queen sized walnut sleigh bed, Pillow Top Matress, Desk, DVD/TV, Peacock Carved Setee. Private Bath, tub/shower.
Golden colored walls, abundant natural light. Triple bay window, Two floor to ceiling windows. Located on the second floor, toward the front of the building. King sized canopy bed, Pillow Top Mattress, Desk, Table, Two Side Chairs, bath with tub/shower.
Located on the third floor,in the front of the house, cream colored walls. This private room's best feature is the comfortable window seat where you can read a book or just relax. It also has a twin sofa-sleeper to accomodate a 3rd guest. Queen Bed, Pillow Top Mattress, Bath/shower. DVD/TV, Desk. (3 Guests)
Located on the third floor, toward front of the house. Cream colored walls. Room accomodates up to 4 guests. Two twin-sized Pillow Top matress spindle beds. a Queen spindle bed with Pillow Top mattress. Desk, DVD/TV, Bath/Shower, 2 Wing Back Chairs.(4)
Room 2 features a Victorian Queen sized Mahogany High Bed and two twin beds, perfect for a family to share. This room has a large private bathroom with tub/shower combination. TV/DVD This Guest Room is located on the first floor of The Proprietor's Inn.
4.8 on July 27, 2014
We have stayed at the Pack House on several occasions. We really like the "Barn" rooms, the quiet location and the convenience to town. Overall a great value.
4.6 on July 24, 2014
My girlfriend arranged for us to stay at the Pack House in for our visit to Edenton, NC. I was mildly apprehensive, never having stayed in a B&B and wondering if it would be socially awkward (I've seen too many sitcom episodes about B&B's I guess). But the Pack House managed to make us feel right at home without taking us out of our comfort zone. It was a very interesting house full of interesting things, the bed was comfortable, the facilities were nice, the staff was nice, and we were welcome to the kitchen at all hours for coffee and snacks (I recommend the ginger snaps). We would stay again, and I am not quite so scared of B&B's anymore. :)
5 on July 23, 2014
We have stayed in the Pack House and loved it so when we saw the Tillie Bond house (same property) was pet friendly we jumped at the reservation! So spacious, so comfortable and did I mention pet friendly??!
5 on July 23, 2014
What a great deal!!! Clean rooms, great breakfast and a warm, helpful and accommodating staff. From the moment that we checked in, until the time we left we were made comfortable and felt at home. We stayed in the handicapped accommodations which has a small porch off the back door to the room and is at the top of the ramp leading to the parking lot. The bathroom is large and can easily accommodate I wheelchair if needed. Handrails are adequately placed and there is also a seat in the shower. The kitchen is just out the door so you have the ease of access; and it is always stocked with coffee, tea, bottled water and snacks. Best deal we've gotten in a long time!
3.6 on July 23, 2014
Really enjoyed the history in the area and especially the Pack House Inn. People were wonderfully friendly and nice. Would definitely stay again when in the area.
3.4 on July 18, 2014
My room was quite nice. However, the a/c was right above the bed. The air was blowing right on my face. Also, the room didn't have any shampoo, creme rinse, and body soap. I also found several long dark hairs in the shower. The bed and breakfast was overbooked, with our party booking first for this particular weekend. One member of our party was put in an empty house off the premises in what was called a mother-in-law room. He wasn't charged, but all he would say was that it was a bed to sleep in. Another member of our party was put in the owner's house, again of the premises. They were charged full price. This was a beautiful place but poorly managed. Only one person, Tracy, really knew what was going on and she worked very hard. However her assistant, who had the same first name, maybe wasn't so efficient. If my sister hadn't been so diligent and persistent we may not have had a room either. Plus after talking to both women, she figured out both women were named Tracy. And, she knew which one would get the job done correctly.
3.6 on July 04, 2014
Wonderfully quiet, restful stay in surroundings that made us feel we had stepped back into the late 1800's. Beautifully decorated rooms with porch rockers and swings for relaxing. Breakfast was great and Mike and Traci made us feel right at home. Walking distance to great shops and restaurants and the Edenton waterfront.
3.8 on June 19, 2014
Cute place. Great location. Friendly service.
3.2 on June 02, 2014
Wonderful place to stay! Fresh fruit was delicious! Lovely town! Would stay again!
2.6 on June 01, 2014
Pros: It's an neat historic place in a beautiful historic town. You are close enough to "downtown" to walk to get something to eat. The packhouse is unusual and interesting. We stayed in room 21, it is a large room with a nice bathroom, a small tub, but a wonderful walk in shower. The room was very comfortable, The packhouse has a guest kitchen with a coffee maker, fridge etc. That is very nice if you need to keep something cold. Cons. Upon arrival don't expect the usual greeting you receive when checking into a B&B. They hand you a key and an envelop that contains your receipt. There is no welcome with a tour of the placed or what they have to offer. As a matter of fact you kind of feel like you are intruding. Breakfast is another disappointing. It too is not what you usually get at a B&B. With that said this is a Inn. Breakfast is served buffet style. For the most part it tasted like the breakfast you get at a hotel. The host at breakfast was delightful but we could never find things you needed. The orange juice (once you found a glass, or even the O.J) was watered down. A huge disappointment. Breakfast is one of the things I look forward to at a B&B. With saying all of this I do want to include the fact that the entire packhouse, minus our room, was rented out for a family reunion. So the place was packed. We felt like we were intruding the entire time, so just kind of stayed in our room when not out Kayaking. When it was time to leave we never saw anyone, so just ended up leaving our keys in the room.
Airport, City, Downtown
Greenville, NC (PGV-Pitt-Greenville)
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Outer Banks Beaches, Historic Hope Plantation, Historic Cupola House, Historic Iredell House, Trolley Tours, Lost Colony Drama, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ruins, Vineyard, Winery
Other, Bed and Breakfast, Cottage, Historic Inn
Board games, CD player, Computer, Copier, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Library, Piano, Radio, TV Video games, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities , and Beverages!! Evening Wine & Cheese..., 24 Hour Guest Kitchen to Complimentary Snacks
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, In-room internet, Desk, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Kayaking, Captain Bills Sailing Cruise, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Tennis courts, Tennis racket rental, Water sports
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Gluten Free
French Toast Casserole
We have had many requests to bring this dish back! This dish has been served at this Inn for 30 years and is served each Sunday morning during the summer season. Also popular is our tomato pudding which is paired with a Sausage and Egg casserole which is served on Saturday mornings during the summer season.