Choose one of our seven well-appointed guest rooms including two Jacuzzi suites. Enjoy our breezy porches and delicious home-made breakfasts. Get to know your easy-going, attentive hosts. Walk to many fine restaurants, shops, galleries, historic sites and the N.C. Maritime Museum. Visit ocean and sound beaches and nature preserves nearby. Stroll the boardwalk, watch wild horses, playful dolphins and gorgeous sunsets. Explore a neighborhood rich in well-preserved 18th and 19th century houses and our own English-style perennial garden. And join the legion of loyal guests who return to the Pecan Tree Inn again and again.
Serene and lovely, this corner room on the first floor has a brass queen bed, antique oak dresser, and front bay windows. Freshly decorated in blue and white. A favorite of guests with limited mobility.
A bright second-floor room with two large windows and a queen-size white iron and brass bed. It is decorated in subtle shades of green and rose, with white wicker furniture. The floor has original heart pine planks; the ceiling is 11 feet high.
Another second-floor corner room, with a three-window bay overlooking Queen Street. Bright and airy, decorated with Laura Ashley wallpaper and fabrics, the room features a queen-size pencil post bed dressed in warm tones. There are an antique dresser and table.
A stunning cherry four-poster king-size canopy bed sits in a five-window bay. The color scheme is a dramatic mixture of hunter green and deep red. The suite is graced by many antiques and features a two-person Jacuzzi.
A cozy second-floor room with queen-size white iron and brass bed covered with a lovely quilt in soft pinks and greens. Under the 11-foot ceiling sit an antique chestnut dresser and armoire on Berber wall-to-wall carpet.
Our most popular room features a queen-size four-poster pine canopy bed, dramatic fabrics in navy blue and rich red, and other antique pine pieces. Outside your door is the second floor gallery overlooking our lily pond garden. An outside stairway leads directly to the brick terrace below.
A spacious second-floor suite with cherry four-poster. The canopied king-size bed is covered in a stunning tapestry comforter in autumn colors of burgundy, gold and black. The suite boasts a two-person Jacuzzi in its own intimate room. Like the Pine Room, the Queen Anne opens onto the second-floor gallery with semi-private entrance.
4.6 on July 24, 2013
We return here each year to stay during the Beaufort Historic Road Race. We love the comfortable, clean rooms and friendly hosts. Great location for everything in Beaufort!
4.6 on July 20, 2013
Me and my husband decided to try a bed and breakfast for the first time about a month ago. We ended up picking the Pecan Tree Inn and had a great time there. We stayed 3 nights in "Rachel's Room". The room was warm and inviting, with a bed that was more comfortable than my bed at home. Everything was kept very clean and we just felt right at home. Breakfast in the morning was just right. The fresh brewed coffee was delicious and David always had something different set out that he had baked each morning. There was another guest there with special dietary needs (gluten-free) who was very happy with how accommodating they were with creating special treats for her. The inn is located just off of the main road, along the waterfront, so driving was hardly ever necessary. We would just walk down to the water, shops and restaurants. We even found a neat old small bar close by. There is also a really cool cemetery from the 1700's, within walking distance, that is open to the public until dark. Overall, this was a wonderful and very relaxing getaway, all thanks to the Pecan Tree Inn. We will definitely be going back there again. Amber & Phillip, Atlanta
5 on May 30, 2013
Pecan Tree Inn is a beautiful home with hospitality galore and delicious breakfasts. Just a few steps from the quaint shops and waterfront of Beaufort but quiet and private. The rooms are tastefully furnished with all the comforts of home. We will definitely stay there again. Jim and Linda Hagen Kent, WA
4.8 on May 15, 2013
I only stayed for one night since I was in town on business. Definitely plan to return for a pleasure trip so I can explore more. Great location. Lots of shops and restaurants just out the door. Clean, quiet, and charming. Chocolates by the bedside always a plus for a chocolate lover like me. Breakfast was good too!
5 on April 30, 2013
We spent two very wonderful nights here, just off Front Street. Great dinning and wonderful shops all within walking distance. Sherry, our host, made our stay even that much better. Thank You! We will be back. Joe & Shirley, Pensacola
4.6 on August 23, 2012
Breakfast was delicious. Fresh scones every day. Hosts were wonderful and helpful. The company was a delight. Location is perfect, just a block from the Harbour.
5 on July 04, 2012
Great Inn !!!! Great People !!!! Great City !!!! Absolutely the best vacation spot in North Carolina. Excellent places to eat.
5 on February 21, 2012
The Pecan Tree Inn was a wonderful find. We needed to be in Beaufort to view progress on a boat restoration, so we were only there one night. It was such a pleasant B& B, comfortable, inviting, quiet and in an excellent location. The innkeeper, Dave met us in the evening, which was a nice surprise and we immediately felt right at home. The inn is close to the waterfront/harbor, restaurants and shops. The breakfast was the best, with homemade coffee cake, muffins and breads, as well as fresh fruit and yogurt choices. Our stay, though it was brief, left us wanting to come back again, soon.
5 on February 20, 2012
We enjoyed The Pecan Tree B&B very much. It was a very well-maintained historic home in Beaufort. The accommodations were excellent as were the breakfasts. If we ever go back that way, we would certainly want to stay at the Pecan Tree, and if any of our friends are ever going over that way, we would tell them about the Pecan Tree and our good experience there.
5 on August 26, 2011
This was a fabulous find. I felt so welcome - I felt at home instead of feeling like a traveler. The innkeeper's assistant was so warm and hospitable. She makes homemade, delicious pasteries and breads and coffee cakes for breakfast; yoghurt, fruit, granola, eggs, coffee are also available. I felt well cared for and safe as a woman traveling on my own. The inn was beautiful, clean, quiet, and relaxing. I will be back!
Near ocean and sounds, On Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, Downtown, Village
New Bern, NC (EWN) 30 miles
Follow U.S. 70 east to Beaufort.
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Cape Lookout Lighthouse, Offshore and inshore fishing, Renowned scuba diving, International yacht harbor, Wild horses, Outstanding General Aviation Airport, Picnic area
Bed and Breakfast
Board games, CD player, Copier, Library, Piano, Telephone , WiFi Internet access throughout premises
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Desk, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, Deep-sea fishing, surf fishing, Scuba diving, Windsurfing, Saltwater Fly fishing, Boat building classes, Airplane rentals, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts, Water sports
Dave & Allison DuBuisson
, Low-carb with notice