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The definition of a Bed & Breakfast is (according to the Sanitation Health Code of NC), "A private home of no more than four bedrooms, or lodging no more than 8 people per night, for less than a week's stay." It can prepare breakfast only for overnight guests. If the Bed & Breakfast exceeds these limits, they are considered Inns and subject to other rules & regulations. Some hotels attach, "B&B" on to their names because, "people like to think they are staying at a B&B." Inspection from the Board of Health is once a year, the date and time at their discretion. If any B&B is cooking for weddings, parties, etc. without a restaurant kitchen, their license will be taken.



YOUR HOSTESSES, LISA LYN AND JOAN VREELAND STUDER



* All available rooms to customers are on the first floor.
* The living room is for the use of guests in the evening.
* Cable TV and a VCR (to view tapes) are located here. There are no televisons in bedrooms.
* Free High Speed Wireless Internet now available in all rooms.
* This is a smoke-free B&B. Smoking is only allowed on the front porch.
* Sorry, there are no pets allowed at the B&B and no children under the age of 12.
* We accept cash, Master Card, Visa & Discover-
* Our Sanitation score is A - (99%)





OUR FEATURED GUEST FOR THE MONTH - Milton Bullock, from the original 1950's "The Platters" singing group.

Full breakfast is served once, for both rooms at approximately 8 AM. (exceptions on request)
Room & private bath, with breakfast - double or single occupancy, CABOT COVE ROOM - $80 a night plus tax. BAKER STREET ROOM -$80 a night plus tax. Third person or more, in one room, $15. each, extra ( Blow-up double mattress and/or day bed available)
RESERVATIONS - a must, with DEPOSIT (1/2 of total fee) CANCELLATION NOTICE - 4 days prior to arrival for full refund. Other wise deposit is retained. Same day cancellation, full price of room is deducted from your credit card.


The Baker Street room has a queen sized bed and is done in the early 1900's. Mystery books, genealogy trees of three families and memorabilia of Sherlock Holmes are displayed throughout the room.



















The Cabot Cove guest room has a double bed and a twin bed, with a nautical theme. Ships & lighthouses are on the table and desk. Photographs hung on the walls were taken on Lake Gaston, Roanoke River & Wrightsville Beach in Wilmington, NC