Three suites and two guest rooms, beautifully decorated with antiques and period reproductions, all with private baths, cable television, desks, bathrobes, and hair dryers. Wireless Internet throughout. Full breakfast in the morning room or on one of our verandas. Dietary restrictions, such as gluten intolerance, and vegetarian fare available on request. The Inn at Gray's Landing is in the historic district of Windsor, and is near the Roanoke-Cashie River Center, Hope Plantation, Historic Edenton, the Charles Kuralt Trail, and the Outer Banks. Only 2 hours out of Norfolk and Raleigh.
4.8 on August 19, 2013
An ideal base for exploring the history of the area. We began our days with a marvelous 3 course breakfast in the elegant dining room enlivened by congenial conversation with our host. We rested peacefully in our splendidly furnished historical room with all amenities.
5 on August 14, 2013
This beautiful Inn in a charming town, the hosts are gracious and the food is incredible. We come every year.
4.8 on July 31, 2013
Our stay at this marvelous B&B was outstanding. All aspects of this site was beyond expectations. This jewel in NC is in a quiet town that has much history to explore. The room was well appointed with period furniture. The bed was very comfortable, bathroom was big and the whole suite was very relaxing. The three course breakfast was a gourmet's delight. The owner was very knowledgeable about the area and guided to historical sites.
5 on May 13, 2013
This was my first stay at The Inn at Gray's Landing, although I had a good idea of what to expect, as I had a colleague who stayed on multiple occasions and had rave reviews of the experience. The room and amenities were comfortable and superb. The breakfast was phenomenal, and the French toast was the best I had ever experienced! Lynette and Jock were excellent hosts and an absolute delight to meet and greet with during my stay. And if you are fortunate to visit on a Thursday evening, the "Back Porch" offers a comfortable setting to relax and mingle with other guest and locals. Thanks for a wonderful experience.
5 on May 29, 2012
We discovered this beautiful place for our honeymoon 3 years ago and come twice a year now, on our anniversary and at Christmas to see the beautiful decorations. Lynette is a wonderful hostess and charming lady and the food is to die for! I highly recommend Gray's Landing.
5 on May 11, 2012
We stayed in the George Washington Capehart Suite which was roomy, beautifully furnished with period furniture, clean and very comfortable. Coffee and snacks were available just outside our room throughout the day and night. We were most impressed with the gracious hospitality of our host and hostess. They went out of their way to make us feel welcome and to share information about the area and local restaurants. Jock's service during the delicious 3-course breakfasts that Lynette prepared made us feel as though we were in a 5 star restaurant. The breakfasts were ample, beautifully presented on the plate. and quite delicious. The two days we spent at the inn were a highlight of our trip to the South and we are looking forward to a return trip to the inn!
5 on April 16, 2011
The Inn is beautifully furnished with antiques that provide an historic ambiance. The food was OUTSTANDING. And, Lynette and Jock were gracious hosts and made everyone feel like special guests. Can't wait to go back. We highly recommend the Inn at Gray's Landing. D & G
5 on December 24, 2010
It was my first time to stay in a bed and breakfast inn - the Inn at Gray's Landing in Windsor, North Carolina. I was pleasantly amazed to find the historical value of the 1790 inn preserved, while offering convenient amenities in the green suite. The breakfast and the dinner - ordered on request - was healthy, tasteful, and delicious, and served in fine dining style at the main room with an great ambiance. Great for intimate occasions and group functions. Outside the inn, Christmas lights adorned the B&B. The inn keepers, Lynette Mallery and Jock Scarsborough, were excellent hosts who made a great job at running the inn while relatively new in the industry. All the best to Lynette and Jock, and thank you for a great stay at the Inn at Gray's Landing. It was truly worth the visit. - Marcia Samson, Philippines
4.6 on December 21, 2010
Marcia and I had been wanting to visit Ms Lynette in her new place, The Inn at Gray's Landing, for some time and we were so excited that we finally did. We were very happy to get together with her and Mr Eric. Even though I had to travel practically about 10hrs going there and 12hrs coming back because of the circuitous plane route and airport shuttle, it was well worth it. I was pleasantly surprised to see Ms Lynette so busy and always on her toes in the kitchen, very much unlike the professional staff I knew and worked with in an international organization in Manila. I admire her transition from an "office lady" to an innkeeper. Serving her clients sumptuous meals that are so attractively and delicately prepared, she seems unmindful of the tremendous amount of work involved in it, and actually thrives and enjoys doing all these. The Inn at Gray's Landing is such a cozy and yet elegant place to visit and I would highly recommend it to friends.
5 on October 07, 2010
A gracious, tasteful, relaxing weekend. Excellent food, beautifully served. Excellent beds, linen, showers, and period soaking tub. Comfortable porch for reading, visiting, sipping wine & eating fresh fruit.
Nightly Rate: $109 - $129
Nightly Rate: $119 - $139
Cashie River, Small town
Norfolk, VA (ORF) 95 miles
From Williamston take US17 North to the first stoplight in Windsor. Turn left. We're one block up on the left, corner of South King and Pitt streets. From Edenton, take NC17 toward Raleigh. Turn right at the first stoplight in Windsor. We're one block up on the left. From Ahoskie, follow US13 through Windsor. The Inn at Gray's Landing is on the corner of South King and Pitt streets.
Historical interests, Lake, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Hope Plantation, Historic Edenton, Charles Kuralt Trail, Outer Banks, NC, Roanoke-Cashie River Center, Birding on the lake, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Ceiling fans, Conference Rooms, DVD Player, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Library, Private entrance, TV Video games, Telephone, Videos
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Board games, CD player, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Turndown Service, VCR, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Hunting, Kayaking, Sight-seeing
Lynette Mallery and Jock Scarsborough
Thai, Bahasa Indonesian, English, French, German, Spanish
Lynette likes reading, beading, decorating, history, and cooking, and has recently taken up knitting. Jock is an economist and a sports trainer, with interests in nutrition and training the elderly. They spent 21 years in Asia working for Asian Development Bank before moving back to the US.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Gluten Free
crustless spinach quiche
Typical meal includes fruit kabobs with lemon/ginger sauce, yogurt and granola with dried mango, crustless spinach quiche with bagel and bacon.