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We stayed two nights at the Ellerbe Springs Inn while traveling through North Carolina. The Inn is large and well-maintained. The staff is very welcoming, and the food is great!
In addition to operating the Inn, the couple who own in operate a campground and...More
The Inn is very quaint and the grounds are lovely. The room we picked was accessible from the porch, which was great. And they let us bring our dog along, so that was awesome...although the furnace coming on and going off kept her worried and...More
cozy little place with lots of history. The new owners are just good people and have worked very hard to re-store the inn and restaurant. Very clean and nice. We enjoyed our stay and will most definitely return.
Nice room and very comfortable bed and lovely breakfast. No tv, which was welcome. Very relaxing stay. Ellerbe is out of the way, but you can find a few restaurants in Rockingham, which is a 15 minute drive.
We stayed at the inn to visit our daughter who was on the road driving the Wienermobile. Donna and Mark are the owners and were wonderful hosts. They have had the property for 4 years and walked in to a very big job of refurbishing...More
Ellerbe Springs has been re-opened as a bed & breakfast, and an event venue (for receptions, reunions, etc.). There is not a restaurant in the Inn. However, the new owners are renovating the adjacent Spring House to become... More
Ellerbe Springs has been re-opened as a bed & breakfast, and an event venue (for receptions, reunions, etc.). There is not a restaurant in the Inn. However, the new owners are renovating the adjacent Spring House to become a family-friendly tavern for quick meals.
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"There are two rooms with outside access, which should offer more privacy when the inn is more heavily booked."