Come Stay Awhile at Our Bed & Breakfast in North Carolina! Located in the historic city of Oxford, this restored 19th Century Colonial Revival B&B is within walking distance to many quaint shops, museums, local eateries, and attractions. We are proud to be listed in the National Historic Register. Here, every guest is warmly greeted and treated to southern hospitality at its finest. From a scrumptious hot breakfast served daily in our restored dining room, to the temperature of your guestroom, details are lovingly overseen and designed to make you feel pampered. Oxford Bed & Breakfast at the Olde Parsonage has charm, elegance and the comfortable environment you are looking for. Our four distinctive guest rooms have private baths, secure wireless Internet, off-street parking, and complimentary beverages, coffee, tea and snacks. Experience Southern Hospitality at its finest! Come and stay awhile!
This large second floor room features a stunning king size bed with Brass Headboard, crystal chandelier, antique dressing table and brass inlaid Bombay chest. The en-suite private bath with custom wainscot includes a French style marble top vanity, antique chandelier and a Victorian claw foot soaking tub with rain shower. For your pleasure, we also offer WIFI and TV. Live in the past while enjoying the pictures of our fair town displayed throughout the room. Comfortable elegance at its best!
Located on the second floor, this charming room inspires pride and patriotism with its red, white and blue theme! This room features an Antique Queen size high back bed with matching mirrored dresser. A comfy wing back chair and a hand worked wooden rocking chair are included for you to relax in while you read your favorite book. It also offers wireless internet and television. The en-suite private bath includes an antique porcelain sink and glass enclosed shower.
This upstairs bright and light corner room in our Bed and Breakfast is a perfect place to enjoy honeymoons in North Carolina. Inspired by our official state wildflower, the Carolina Lily, this exquisite room features a custom stained glass transom window accent. Offering a Chinese Chippendale queen-size bed, ornate writing desk, fireplace, Wi-Fi, television, and a sitting area with two colorful, comfy chairs beside the cozy fireplace, this relaxing Asian-themed room is sure to please. The en-suite private bath with double shower heads.
Overlooking a grand magnolia tree, you will find this spacious, elegant second-floor room in a style befitting royalty. Inspired by Lord John Carteret (by title known as the Earl of Granville) our county was named Granville in his honor. This inviting room features a huge king-size four poster bed, gorgeous antique sofa, butlers chest with writing desk, Wi-Fi, television, and a fireplace. The en-suite private bath features a marble topped vanity and a spacious glass-enclosed shower. Grand style and elegance!
5 on May 21, 2014
My wife and I stumbled upon this gem and are very pleased that we did. We stayed in the Oxford Room, which was quite spacious with a unique overhead shower. We shared a bottle of wine while sitting on the front porch in the late afternoon and enjoyed our conversation with the cordial staff. Breakfast was a delight and as other reviews noted, the biscuits were especially good; I had too many. My wife, who is an interior designer, noted that the decor was the best she has ever seen in a B&B. Oh, and the price was right!
5 on March 29, 2014
The rooms in this historic house have been restored very nicely. The bedroom decor is well designed and nicely furnished. Everything was spotlessly clean and very comfortable. We thoroughly enjoyed the breakfast (the biscuits were great!). The B&B managers were very friendly and made us feel right at home. We will most definitely return here whenever our travels take us through this area..
5 on January 23, 2014
My daughter & I were passing through so we decided to stay at the B&B. You can't beat it for the price and hospitality. We've stayed in B&Bs all over the country and this one is by far our favorite! So happy we chose the Oxford Room. The Victorian soaking tub was a real treat & we felt truly pampered by the Innkeepers!
5 on November 08, 2013
We only had one night to stay but really enjoyed being there. When I made my reservation online, I asked the innkeeper what the chances were of having her blueberry stuffed French toast for breakfast......and that's what we got! It was delicious! Other people staying at the B&B were very nice. The innkeepers were very friendly. The house is beautiful! Our room was excellent! We had a great time and will stay there again!
5 on June 16, 2013
Our grandfather Rev. M.L. Banister lived for many years at the old parsonage while he was pastor at the Baptist church acrossMain street. When my sister and I heard the parsonage was now a B&B, we had to come see it again. We have man, many fond memories of our visits there in our childhood. The owners Pam and Eddie Dalton could not have been more friendly and congenial, and provide our every need with true southern hospitality Each room was transformed with such care and special amenities that it really took us back in time. The breakfast menus each day were delicious and Pam is now in the process of writing a cookbook filled with her own recipes My favorite place to relax was on the very large wrap around porch, but alas the shops and boutiques of Oxford, Durham and Raleigh were beaconing . We had such a wonderful stay and look forward to a return visit. Fran Hines and Lane Witthoefft, Richmond, VA
4.8 on December 15, 2012
Being a family member of the innkeepers at this wonderful bed and breakfast, I expected nothing but the best from my parents Pam and Eddie Dalton. Whenever I come for a stay to get away from San Diego's busy and crowded city life, they ask me what they can do to make my stay that much more comfterble for me. They even go out of their way to get groceries I favor most and make sure I am extremely cared for, just like a family member should be. I know everyone will love to relax in this beautiful historic home, and am happy to have such a great place to stay when visiting NC. This is a must-see Band B! ~Nicole Williams, San Diego, CA.
5 on August 02, 2012
My husband and I stayed at this charming B&B in July and absolutely loved it. The house is beautiful, the hosts are delightful, the food is delicious (it helps to have a professional chef as hostess!), and the room was divine. We'll definitely return!
5 on August 01, 2012
Wonderful! From the start you are greeted with a home feeling, then to your room to unload and get comfortable. We wanted to visit the Library right next door and Miss Pam called and gave our information to Mark, we walked in and he had everything ready WOW! Researching with a smile! The house was great and if it was a little cooler I bet you would see us on the front porch. We had a great time and hope to return. 1 to 10 with 10 being the BEST, they deserve a TEN!!! and thanks for displaying that wonderful jewelry tree made by your grandmother... PRICELESS! Thanks Cathy and Stan, Statesville NC
5 on June 25, 2012
If you are ever travelling to the Raleigh/Durham area of N.C., THIS is the B&B that you want to stay in! Pam and Eddie Dalton have only been open since December 2011 but, believe you me, they are setting a standard that other B&B's should be trying to live up to! We were met at the door by Pam (in her bare feet, making us IMMEDIATELY feel like we were at home!) and were greeted with the 4 things that you want to hear when you check into a B&B: "Welcome to our home"", here is your room key", "breakfast is at 9 AM" and "come and go as if you were at home." No tour of the house, no history lesson of the area and nothing to keep you from going to your room and hitting the bathroom because you just came off the road!! Our room was spacious, beautifully and simply decorated, spotlessly clean. A Keurig coffee maker and fridge of cold bottled water and soft drinks was in the hallway outside of our room. The mattress was great and the room was quiet. The entire B&B (an old doctors home and then the parsonage for the nearby Baptist Church) was decorated in what could only be described as "casual elegance." Comfortable with lots of reading material which would bring you up to snuff on the history of Oxford. Breakfast was spectacular and we loved being the only guest for the night and having Pam's company while we had breakfast. Oxford, itself, is a historic little town with lots of lovely old homes that date to the late 18th and early 19th centuries. If you have to head to Raleigh/Durham, it is well worth it to stay here for the night and drive into the city as you need to. We were glad that we did! Steve and Peg Allerding - Loudonville, OH
5 on May 24, 2012
I attended a reception at the Oxford Bed and Breakfast, and toured the rooms while I was there. I was amazed at the care and attention to detail that obviously went into every inch of this B&B. It is simply gorgeous. The food was good, and everything sparkles; but, the best part is the hospitality. The owners are two of the nicest people you'd every want to meet. Oxford has a winner.
Raleigh: 40 miles, Duke University - 25 miles, Kerr Lake - 15 miles, UNC - 40 miles, Countryside, Downtown, Lakeside, Small town, Village
Raleigh Durham, NC (RDU-Raleigh Durham INTL
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Thorndale Country Club - Golf, Henderson Country Club - Golf, Antique Shops, Farmers Market, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River
Bed and Breakfast, Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Board games, Computer, Copier, Library, Wedding Facilities , Fluffy Robes, Secure off street Parking, Hairdryers & ironing board/iron, Euro top mattresses, Fireplaces (some rooms), Free WIFI
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Coffee/Tea facilities, In-room internet, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Horseshoes, Hunting, Kayaking, North Carolina State Hot Sauce Festival, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Swimming pool, Table Tennis, Tennis courts, Water sports, Whitewater Rafting
Eddie and Pam Dalton