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.
5 on July 14, 2017
We stayed 3 nights and loved every minute of it! The room was perfect and we spent an evening on the porch's rockers with a glass of wine...ideal! The food was exceptional as was the host Debbie. She knew we are vegan and her dishes were inventive, exciting, new for us (grits for the first time!), and utterly delicious! She could not have been more gracious, accommodating, and kind..just a wonderful person!!
4.6 on March 28, 2016
We enjoyed our time in the Retreat Room. The room was very clean and comfortable. The two person tub was a nice treat at the end of a long day, and breakfast was plentiful and delicious. We recommend staying at the Rosemary House B&B when traveling to Pittsboro, NC.
5 on May 09, 2015
Rosemary House is a wonderful experience. Everything is pretty close to perfect.
5 on November 03, 2014
My husband and I were very impressed with this bed and breakfast. This was the first time that we have every stayed in one. We stayed in the Retreat room and it was gorgeous! I loved having the chaise lounge, the fireplace and the large bathtub! The bed was so tall and I fell in love with the sheets! Overall it was a great experience and I loved the town! Cannot wait to come back next year!
5 on October 14, 2014
What a find in a terrific town! This B&B is brilliantly located - walking distance from the sights and sounds of historic Pittsboro, NC. The lovely innkeeper makes a sumptuous tofu scramble, vegans!
4.8 on May 27, 2014
My daughter and I greatly enjoyed our three-day stay at the Rosemary House Bed and Breakfast. The breakfasts were yummy, and the rooms were very cozy and welcoming. The sheets were incredibly soft (where can we get some?), and it was very quiet. We really enjoyed our dinner at the Pittsboro Roadhouse across the street, too! I'll be back - maybe with my husband next time!
4.4 on April 28, 2014
When looking for a bed and breakfast to visit on my 50th birthday, I knew what I wanted….a small historic town, a few unique stores, a few great restaurants and most importantly, a charming white 2-story house with a rocking-chair front porch just down the sidewalk from town. A place where I could relax and imagine what life must have been like years ago. I loved the history and the simplicity of the house. The breakfast was wonderful and the innkeepers kind and sweet. I would definitely recommend Rosemary House.
5 on April 08, 2014
We were back in town for the Annual Library Book Sale and booked our favorite room in the Rosemary House. Had a wonderful time there again. Enjoyed my favorite breakfast also! Thank you. We'll be back! :)
4.8 on March 17, 2014
My husband and I really enjoyed our anniversary trip to the Rosemary House. The Haven room is beautiful, the coffee and tea bar is very nice, and the breakfast was delicious! I have some food allergies that they were very kind to accomodate, even calling me before our trip to ask questions. We definitely hope to return to Rosemary House!
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
Our only first floor room, with a fireplace, queen bed, flat-screen TV, and two comfy chairs. It’s decorated in soothing shades of teal and peach. Local artists painted the trompe l’oeil window, the desk, and the marbleized mantel. In the huge bathroom you’ll find an original mural and a 2-person BainUltra tub; let its therapeutic bubbling waters massage away your cares. Separate tiled shower.
An upstairs corner room, with a fireplace, sofa, flat-screen TV and queen-sized four-poster bed, decorated in shades of rose and navy blue, with an artist-painted antique vanity. A luxurious sunny bathroom contains a therapeutic bubbling 2-person BainUltra tub and a separate tiled shower.
A comfortable and cheerful sunny corner room on the second floor. Queen-sized Windsor bed, tiled bath with tub-shower. Decor is sage green and red toile.
A favorite. Its blue-and-white color scheme reminded us of the Blue Willow china pattern, hence its name. On the second floor, it contains two antique spool beds, both full-size, flat-screen TV,and a bright sunny double window. A comfy chair and beautiful hand-painted dresser.
A two-room suite with large sunny windows and floral fabrics in rose and seafoam. The bedroom has an iron queen-sized bed. The adjoining room holds a loveseat-twin sleeper and flat-screen TV. Can sleep three. Meadow’s bathroom contains an antique refinished claw-foot tub with a shower attachment.
Raleigh Durham, NC (RDU-Raleigh Durham INTL 25 miles
From Chapel Hill and Durham: take 15-501 south to Pittsboro. Enter the Pittsboro courthouse traffic circle, take the first right (Business Highway 64 or West Street). Rosemary House B&B, #76 West St., is the second house on the right. From Raleigh: take Highway 64 west, exit on Business 64. Circle the courthouse, exit on Bus 64. The B&B, #76 West St., is the second house on the right. From Asheboro and point west: take NC Highway 64 east, exit on Business 64 to downtown Pittsboro. Our B&B, #76 West Street, is just before the courthouse, on the left, across the street from the Methodist Church.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Carnivore Sanctuary, Canoeing, River, Winery
Coffee/Tea facilities, Fridge, Library, Parking , Free Local Phone Calls, Free wifi, Bottomless cookie jar, Coffee, hot chocolate, and tea
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Ceiling fans, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Mac is a retired math teacher, and Karen was an engineering economist before she took up innkeeping. She has published two mystery novels-- read about them at her website, www.karenpullen.com We are ably assisted by Debbie, our day manager, and Danielle, the night manager.