Longing for a romantic getaway? Book a weekend getaway in one of Elizabeth City’s beautifully restored B&Bs and small inns. You can see what other visitors have had to say about them on TripAdvisor, and we encourage you to visit one and share your own experience. In addition to having a cozy place to spend the night, you can step back in time by visiting the excellent exhibits at Museum of the Albemarle, explore the area on foot with one of the Elizabeth City Historic Walking Tour guides, browse in the downtown area’s eclectic shops and enjoy a romantic dinner.
Culpepper Inn (609 W. Main Street) This three-story Georgian Revival-style mansion was built in 1935 and is located in the center of Elizabeth City’s historic district. There are 11 rooms and suites available. Featuring a spacious yard and pool, the inn hosts live outdoor music on occasion.
Elizabeth City B&B (108 E. Fearing Street) Dating to 1896, the Elizabeth City B&B is cozy, comfy and a great place to reconvene in between Elizabeth City outings. Ask about the history of the adjoining lodge that was once the meeting site for the Grand Order of Odd Fellows. Note: This B&B allows pets.
Foreman House B&B (311 W. Church Street) This B&B is surrounded by grand magnolia and boxwood trees. The circa 1899 home features casual elegance, beautifully appointed rooms and an English boxwood garden.
The Grice-Fearing House B&B (200 S. Road Street) This charming, historic home is located in downtown Elizabeth City. It is the City’s only all-suite bed and breakfast and additionally features Jacuzzis in both suites.
The Pond House Inn (915 Rivershore Road) Surrounded by the Pasquotank River and Waters Pond, the inn is an example of European Manor House architecture, with a winding staircase, elegant rooms, and opportunities for taking in waterfront views from the spacious grounds.
Be sure to explore our complete listing of Elizabeth City accommodations and dining guide. While you’re out and about in our city be sure to post photos of your adventures with #DiscoverECity. We’ll be watching and re-posting our favorites to our social media channels.