Welcome to our 1912 Colonial Revival home, located in the historic and charming town of Pittsboro, south of Chapel Hill. Rosemary House B&B is named for the herb rosemary, traditionally held to be the herb of friendship and remembrance. You will enjoy rocking on our big front porches, shaded in the summer by gigantic sugar maples. The patio is perfect for watching the birds, sipping lemonade, and reading. Five romantic guest rooms, all with private tiled baths, some with whirlpools and fireplaces. Rate includes full breakfast and unlimited cookie jar.
A first-floor luxury room with a queen-size bed, a sitting area in front of the fireplace, telephone, optional TV, hardwood floors, antiques, ceiling fan. Bathroom is large with separate tiled shower and a therapeutic Ultrabath whirlpool for two.
A sunny second-floor luxury room with a queen-size bed, a sitting area in front of the fireplace, telephone, optional TV, hardwood floors, antiques, ceiling fan. Bathroom is large with separate tiled shower and a therapeutic Ultrabath whirlpool for two.
A comfortable second-floor corner room, Holly holds a queen-size bed, connecting private bath, telephone, optional TV, sitting area, ceiling fan. Antiques are completed by a sage green and red color scheme.
Willow is a favorite, named after the Blue Willow china pattern for its blue-and-white color scheme. Contains two full-size antique spool beds, a sitting area, telephone, optional TV, ceiling fan, hardwood floors, connected private bath.
Meadow is a sunny corner room on the second floor, decorated in periwinkle, rose, and teal. Meadow has has a queen-size brass bed, a sitting area, telephone, ceiling fan, hardwood floors. An adjoining sitting area contains a daybed with a trundle that comfortably sleeps two. A private connecting bath features an antique claw-foot tub with shower attachment.
5 on February 22, 2014
Located a block from quaint, downtown Pittsboro, the Rosemary House bed and breakfast is a wonderful Southern Post Victorian home, with comfortable, quiet rooms. The houses charm is matched by the charm of the lovely ladies who keep the rooms spotless, and provide the ample, delicious breakfasts. With wonderful amenities like 24 hour access to coffee or tea, and the always available cookie jar, the Rosemary makes for a memorable stay
5 on December 06, 2013
Enjoyed a weekend in the quaint town of Pittsboro. Rosemary House was a lovely place to stay. A beautiful building, completely renovated yet retains its historical charm. Very comfortable and nice attention to detail. Really liked the breakfast and meeting the innkeeper. An all around wonderful weekend.
5 on September 14, 2013
From our welcome to the Rosemary House till our departure, we felt perfectly at home. The staff took exceptional care of us and anticipated our needs. I'd return in a NY minute.
5 on August 28, 2013
I've stayed at several B & B's in the area and Rosemary House is my favorite. The innkeepers are welcoming and accommodating. The food is delicious, from the chocolate chip cookies to the breakfast to the 24 hour tea selection. The rooms are tastefully decorated and extremely clean. As soon as I walk in the front door, it feels like home. I'm already looking forward to my next stay.
5 on May 22, 2012
My wife and I are from Los Angeles and got married at my sister's house in Pittsboro, NC. My in-laws and friends occupied 4 rooms in the Rosemary for 3 and 5 nights. Everyone was very happy with their rooms and the excellent service. Everything was great. Thanks to the Rosemary for helping to make our wedding perfect.
Raleigh Durham, NC (RDU-Raleigh Durham INTL 25 miles
Take Aviation Parkway East toward Raleigh, do not get on I-40 but continue straight for five miles. Road becomes Morrisville-Carpenter Road, at Highway 55. Go about 5 miles to Highway 64 West (exit is on the left). Go 15 miles, exit on Business 64. Circle the courthouse, exit on second right, West Street. Our B&B is the second house on the right after the traffic circle.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Carnivore Sanctuary, Canoeing, River, Winery, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Swimming, Water sports
Bed and Breakfast
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, In-room internet, Fireplace, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Free Local Phone Calls, Free wifi, Bottomless cookie jar, Coffee, hot chocolate, and tea
Mac is a retired math teacher, and Karen was an engineering economist before she took up innkeeping. She has recently published a mystery novel, Cold Feet-- read about it at her website, .karenpullen. We are ably assisted by Debbie Webb, our day manager, and Jessica Burgess, the night manager.