Edenton, NC, is a charming town full of history, mystery, and surprises.
But, if you are going to visit, you must figure out where you will stay.
No matter how you travel, Edenton has an option that fits your lifestyle.
Edenton is a popular destination for couples seeking to break free from the grind and reconnect.
Whether you are looking for a romantic night away or a few days to get away, Edenton has a bevy of Bed and Breakfast options.
You’ll also eat incredibly well when you stay there. The Cotton Gin Inn features an award-winning kitchen. And, chef/owner Cheryl Orr hosts a supper club, cooking classes, and more from inside the Inn.
Located off the courtyard of the Inner Banks Inn in a converted carriage house, The Table serves seafood, steaks, salads, and pastas in an upscale atmosphere, with a menu that rotates seasonally.
Suppose you’d like an even quieter stay. In that case, the Mulberry Hill Inn is located 10 minutes from Historic Downtown Edenton, giving you majestic views of the Albemarle Sound and access to Mulberry Hill Golf Links Edenton’s semi-private golf course.
Don’t feel like Edenton is only for romantic getaways, either.
Families also have a great time here.
The Hampton Inn is easy to find, conveniently located off Highway 17, and offers comfortable rooms, excellent service, and a pool tailor-made to help kids run off their extra energy and sleep well at night.
The Hampton Inn has consistently rated at least four stars, with people raving about how clean their rooms are and how friendly the staff is.
A wide range of vacation rentals in Edenton’s Historic Downtown, on the waterfront, and out in the country give you the option to customize how you stay, too.
No matter your budget or preference, there’s a hotel room, cabin, or cottage that will fit your needs.
B&Bs, hotels, and rental houses are great. But, some people like to be a little closer to the great outdoors.
And, there is more than enough beautiful nature to enjoy around here.
The Rocky Hock Campground is a paradise for those who travel by RV.
Spacious campsites, a par-3 golf course, boat launch, and fishing mean your family can have a great time without ever leaving the campground.
We also offer two camping platforms. The John’s Island camping platforms, located close to Edenton, allows you the opportunity to camp right on the Albemarle Sound AND stay close to the amenities of town.
The Holladay’s Island Camping Platforms, accessible only by paddle or motorboat, give you a glimpse of the wilderness surrounding Edenton and let you experience a more primitive side of life.
Whether you are looking to rough it in the wilderness or pamper yourself with modern luxury, Edenton has it all.