Luxury Accommodations in Washington NC Historic Lodging

 
Guest Rooms

Choose From Pamlico House's
Six Luxurious Accommodations

A ll rooms have 600 thread count linens,(some decorated with lace) terry velour robes, slippers and all-natural toiletries.

“Thank you so much for your hospitality!  We had a terrific stay.”

— Mary G,

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Virginia Finnerty, Owner Innkeeper
Pamlico House Bed and Breakfast
400 East Main Street
Washington, NC 27889

252-946-5001
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The Washington Room, named for our town — the first to be named in honor of our first president, is located on the first floor. This room is very spacious with a queen bed and its own bathroom, which includes a whirlpool tub/shower. The Washington Room is decorated with antique furnishings and original artwork.

Washington

The Kuralt Room is named in honor of Charles Kuralt, award-winning American journalist, born in Wilmington, North Carolina because the Pamlico House had the privilege of having Mr. Kuralt as a guest when he visited Washington. This room is located on the second floor, and has two queen beds and its own bathroom with shower. The Kuralt Room has antique furnishings, Battenberg lace curtains and original artwork by local artists.

Kuralt 1

Kuralt 2

The Beaufort Room named in honor of Henry Somerset, 2nd Duke of Beaufort, for whom Beaufort County was named, is located on the second floor. The Beaufort Room has a king bed and its own bathroom with shower. The French lace curtains and antique furnishings give an elegant French flair.

Beaufort

Beaufort 2

The Bonner Room named for Col. James Bonner who will probably be remembered longest for his efforts in helping to found the town of Washington, North Carolina, which he renamed in honor of his commanding general and for which he donated land for the public buildings and streets and for a church. This room is on the second floor, has a queen bed, its own bathroom with shower. The Bonner Room has Battenberg lace curtains and is decorated in a more casual shabby chic style.

Bonner

The Dudley Room named for Christopher Dudley, who in 1726 was granted the 337 acres the original Washington was later founded on. This room is on the second floor, has a queen bed, and its own bathroom with shower. The Dudley Room has Battenberg lace curtains and is decorated in a more casual shabby chic style.

Dudley

Dudley

The NOLA Room was originally the rector's office, it's located on the first floor and has outside access. The room has a queen bed, TV, its own bathroom with shower and is pet friendly, (additional fee required, one pet maximum, 30 lbs. weight limit). The name is the acronym for New Orleans, LA.

NOLA