Bed and Breakfasts in Greensboro

posted on August 16, 2022 by Pivot Mode Support

Need Somewhere to Stay? Try a bed and breakfast!

Have you ever thought about staying somewhere a little more unique with lots of character? Try staying in one of Greensboro's lovely Bed & Breakfast spots! B&B's offer accommodations you can't find anywhere else and they have some fun history to go along with them. Enjoy your stay!
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Julian Price House Inn & Gardens

We welcome you to take a step into history and experience luxury in this masterfully designed estate. Stay in the entire home or choose from 5 exquisitely decorated rooms, each uniquely furnished to provide for a guaranteed exceptional experience. Enjoy 1.6 acres of sprawling grasses and manicured gardens for an evening stroll or to celebrate your special occasion. However you plan your visit, it is certain that the charm, elegance, and restored original details of this 1929 Tudor mansion will captivate and leave you and your guests with lasting memories.
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Dailey Renewal retreat bed & Breakfast

Opened in 2010, the Dailey Renewal Retreat Bed and Breakfast is a historic Victorian home central to Greensboro. There are 5 spacious rooms. The B & B is less than a mile from the Coliseum and Aquatic Center within walking distance of UNC-G, 10 minutes by car to Guilford College, only 5 minutes from Friendly Center and on Greensboro City's Bus line and bike path.
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Burke Manor Inn

Caesar Cone, a textile magnate and co-founder of Cone Mills Corporation, built the house on 303 Burke Street in 1906. In 1911, Caesar Cone sold the home to J.W. Burke, where 4 generations of the Burke family resided in the estate. The Brady Family bought Burke Manor in 1999 and restored the home to its original grandeur, as designed by the Cone family. The Brady’s converted the grounds into an inn with the idea of transforming the house into a bed & breakfast. The owners today, Lori and Lil Lacassagne, purchased Burke Manor in 2011.
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Brookhaven Mill Farm B&B/Farmstay

As guests check in on Friday evenings, they are treated to a snack and beverage in this dining area and can relax alone or with the hostess to see what activities they want to be included in as part of the farm stay. Guests that come to the B&B/Farmstay and want to just relax, or experience the ambiance of the country are treated to a sumptuous breakfast of their choosing, and a large room of their choice upstairs to relax and get a peaceful night’s sleep.
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Double Oaks Bed & Breakfast

Built in 1906 for Harden Thomas Martin and designed by North Carolina’s first registered architect, William G. Armfield, the Double Oaks estate is a prominent piece of Greensboro’s history. The home is known as Double Oaks because of the two spectacular, sprawling oak trees in the front yard, both more than 200 years old. Overnight guests are treated to a gourmet breakfast, and have full access to many leisure activities in the home or outdoors. But your experience doesn’t have to be limited to the grounds. Double Oaks offers car service with your choice of historic vehicle for an evening on the town.
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Greenwood Bed & Breakfast

Greenwood Bed and Breakfast is located in the Fisher Park Historic District in Greensboro, North Carolina. To honor the history of 205 North Park Drive, we have chosen to keep the name 'Greenwood Bed and Breakfast' for our establishment. Greenwood Bed and Breakfast first opened its doors in 1986 under the management of Jo Anne Green and her mother. Now, it is under the management of Sarala Acharya. Although this home has seen many changes in ownerships, its charming, welcoming, and homely vibe remains the same. Join us when you come to Greensboro for either business or pleasure. We hope to be your home away from home.
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Haynes Bed & Breakfast

Haynes Bed and Breakfast is situated near Bennett College, NC A&T University both Greensboro College and UNCG. Half way between the mountains and the sea, Greensboro is the place to be! If you enjoy wine tastings and the entire wine experience, there are seven wineries within a 90-minute drive of Greensboro that feature simple tastings along with live music and fine dining restaurants. We now have three breweries and one distillery downtown, all within walking distance. We can also help you plot out wine or beer tour if you like.
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Summerfield Farms

Located just 20 minutes north of downtown Greensboro, Summerfield Farms is a working farm and events venue with a focus on crafting memorable events, raising 100% grass-fed & grass-finished beef, growing certified organic produce, and encouraging our community to cultivate and enjoy a healthy lifestyle. Whether you’re here for a special event, shopping the market, or learning about us for the first time, we invite you to come & see us soon!
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