An award-winning inn, this Chapel Hill bed and breakfast typifies sophisticated and relaxed country living 11 miles west of Chapel Hill. Listed on the National Register and a designated Orange County landmark, the Inn at Bingham School has all the charm of a historic bed and breakfast with the amenities of a larger property. Graciously appointed the four guest rooms at the inn abound with thoughtful touches. Free Wi-Fi allows you to check e-mail snuggled in your room or while dawdling in a hammock outdoors. Complimentary wine is served in the evening: linger by the fire with your wine or stroll outside for the French game of Petanque, we have two official courts. Guest rooms are individually decorated with antiques, fine rugs and fabrics- some feature air-jetted bathtubs and fireplaces. Throughout our Chapel Hill bed and breakfast you will find plump pillows, comfortable reading chairs and fluffy towels inviting you to relax and unwind. A full homemade breakfast , included in your stay, is served in the dining room. Breakfast begins with our own blend of locally roasted coffee. Whenever possible our Chapel Hill bed and breakfast uses organic local ingredients, Christina bakes chocolate chip scones or hot biscuits with Lindley Mills organic flour. Our neighborhood hens provide the eggs. In season fruits, homemade granola, German apple pancakes are a sampling of the menu, Francois and Christina have been graciously entertaining for 22 years.
5 on February 20, 2018
This is a lovely, historical B&B. I loved the history of it and the grounds you could stroll around. The breakfast was delicious! I would definitely stay again.
5 on January 01, 2018
We stayed just for a night, but it was well worth the trip. Beautiful, historic home with incredibly comfortable bed and delicious breakfast. Friendly, knowledgeable and helpful hosts. We will definitely return and recommend it to friends!
5 on September 27, 2017
My mom and I had a great stay here! We would definitely stay here again!
3.6 on September 17, 2017
We enjoyed our time at the Inn. Very clean and great host.
5 on July 08, 2017
I loved everything about the Inn at Bingham School. I loved the location, innkeepers, room, and grounds. One of the best bed & breakfasts I have ever been to.
5 on May 16, 2017
I was treated like a queen and it was the most serene and gorgeous place I have stayed at in a long time. Attention to detail is remarkable and the history is felt in your bones. I practically loved in that claw foot tub. The tea and cookies on a tray at my door added to the relaxation I so needed. Thank you!!!
5 on May 08, 2017
This place is amazing! The grounds and house are beautiful. The couple who own this B&B are so accommodating! I must say the homemade chocolate scones served at breakfast along with the local eggs were so delicious! You will not be disappointed chosing this B&B!
3.6 on April 26, 2017
The grounds and the trails in the woods are beautiful. It was calming. It was relaxing. So many birds singing it made me smile. Inn at Bingham School is on my list of places I would return to.
4.2 on March 16, 2017
The place is old and therefore not the most 'modern' but that's part of the charm! Very clean and all the accommodations needed. Innkeeper was very nice and breakfast was delicious. Will be booking again!
5 on February 09, 2017
The Inn at Bingham School is a delightful spot for a weekend getaway. It is the third time my husband and I have stayed at the inn. The hosts are friendly, the breakfast delicious, and the Headmaster's Room is beautiful and welcoming. We love nearby Saxapahaw, and enjoy walking along the Eno, shows at the Haw River Ballroom, and dinners/lunches at The Eddy Pub or the nearby Saxapahaw General Store.
The 1801 Room On the first floor of our newly reconstructed 1801 addition, this room invites you to experience another era. Heartpine floors, a Persian antique rug and a tiger maple queen size four poster canopy bed showcase the skills of master craftsmen. Relax in the wingback chair reading by the original Federal mantle of the gas log fireplace. Enjoy the rocking chair while gazing out at the shaded Southern porch replete with columns. The private bathroom invites you to soak in the air tub with a shower. This room is located in the main house with a private entrance. * The rate for this accommodation is $150.00 per night based on double occupancy plus tax.
A sunny A -shaped room in the newly reconstructed 1801 section of our inn. Walk up the stairs and admire the original woodwork. A large Capel braided rug decorates the heartpine flooring. Custom made walnut rope beds can remain apart for two twin beds or can be joined into a king size bed. Linger in the slipper chair reading or just gazing outside at the treetops. A gas log fireplace invites you to curl up and relax. A divided private bathroom with air tub and shower make this room ideal for friends or family traveling together. * The rate for this accommodation is $150.00 per night based on double occupancy plus tax
Located upstairs in the 1835 Greek Revival section of our home, the Headmaster's Room offers sweeping views of the surrounding countryside from it's four large windows. A queen size pencil post bed overlooks the gas log fireplace and original heartpine flooring. Stately wingback chairs ,Capel braided rugs and an antique southern chest of drawers adorn the room. The light -filled private bathroom has a clawfoot bathtub with a shower and antique dressing table.
The Milkhouse Cottage Just a short walk from the main house the separate Milkhouse Cottage beckons you in. The cozy sitting room has a daybed and television . The bedroom is a cheery sunroom filled with light. Views of the lawn, woods and barn can be enjoyed from your queen size bed. A French writing desk, Capel braided rugs and a Kennedy rocker enhance the natural setting. Awaiting you in the private bathroom is a Jacuzzi bathtub and shower. Step out the back door of your private cottage to nap in a hammock and your stay is complete. *The rate for this accommodation is $195.00 per night based on double occupancy plus tax
Countryside, Small town
Raleigh Durham, NC (RDU-Raleigh Durham INTL 30 miles
Antique Shopping, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, River
Board games, Wedding Facilities , Jacuzzi/bathtub in room, Satellite TV on site, Some rooms have VCR, Some rooms have ceiling fans
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Fireplace, TV, Wi-Fi
Bird watching, Hiking trails, Hammocks, Croquet, Hiking
Francois & Christina Deprez
English, French, Spanish
Cats , Dogs
After their previous home in Mexico City the innkeepers are enjoying their country setting. Hiking the grounds and continually restoring the home keep them busy.