Places to stay

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. Rent a bike and take in the incredible outdoor adventures throughout the Piedmont region.

Amenities

  • Accepts cash/money orders
  • Accepts Company Debit Cards
  • Accepts major credit cards
  • Accepts travelers checks
  • Banquet facilities
  • Beer and alcohol allowed on premise
  • Complimentary full breakfast
  • Designated smoking areas available outside only
  • Free parking on site
  • Hair dryer in room
  • Internet - high speed
  • Non-smoking rooms available
  • Restaurant within walking distance
  • TV with cable or satellite
Get directions
204 N. Mendenhall St.
Greensboro, NC 27401
Phone: 336-763-9821 View website
Price $ $ $
Miles to Airport
Miles to Coliseum
Miles to Downtown

Type of accommodation:

Bed and Breakfast

Location:

Downtown

Meeting space:

Yes

Rooms:

6

Suites:

3

Service Type:

limited