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All reviews virginia finnerty french toast bed and breakfast breakfast was delicious washington room wine shop within walking distance wrap around porch old house north carolina delightful place welcome bag local attractions front of the house amazing chef historic district each morning
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Reviewed 24 August 2017 via mobile

Exactly what you're looking for in a B&B. Great, clean room. Breakfast was terrific. It's clean and presents well. We stayed in the Kuralt room and I would do it again in a second. Highly recommended.

Date of stay: August 2017
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Reviewed 10 July 2017

Hadn't really ever spent much time in Washington, NC. Decided to do it the best way possible, stay at a BB. Very relaxing and thoroughly enjoyed the Washington room. Hostess was great and breakfast was delicious!

Room tip: Washington Room
Date of stay: August 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank andyb10s
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Reviewed 8 June 2017

We stayed at the romantic Pamlico House Bed and Breakfast for our anniversary. It is a beautiful old house, full of charm and character, and is very conveniently located to downtown and to the waterfront. Our room, The Washington Room, had an especially historical ambiance. The vestibule, living room, and dining room of the Pamlico House are tastefully and elegantly decorated, making guests feel as if they are stepping back into the past. Sitting outside on the wrap-around porch in a rocking chair or at a table is very relaxing and nostalgic as well. Virginia cheerfully greeted us at the door, dressed up, as if she were expecting guests. Amazingly talented, she has things organized down to the smallest detail, such as providing a nightlight in the bathroom and having informational notebooks available, which, among other things, include not only a listing of restaurants in the area but also their hours, price range, and sample menus. In the morning she serves a gourmet breakfast to her guests and will gladly chat with them, answer any questions they have, and provide whatever help she can. Virginia is very personable, and it's obvious that she enjoys being a bed and breakfast hostess. Located in "Original" Washington, the Pamlico House Bed and Breakfast not only affords visitors the opportunity to experience nearby tourist attractions, such as The Estuarium, but also take short trips to Bath and New Bern as well. Thank you, Virginia, for our wonderful, romantic anniversary get-away.

Room tip: The Washington Room is on the first floor and just across from the dining room
Date of stay: June 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank mainesmith
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Reviewed 4 June 2017

Spent overnight at the Pamlico house and was happy with the choice. The house and rooms were immaculately kept and the breakfast on Sunday was outstanding...French toast, fruit cup and sausage. It is on a quiet street believe it or not and yes you could walk to restaurants and waterfront if you wanted to but as is the norm in NC the weather had changed to stifling hot so we drove the qtr mile or so. The only negative was there were not the amenities like cold water all day or a snack and maybe that's a norm because I had never stayed in a B&B before. But the kurault room was lovely with 2 beds and sumptuous bedding. A cute little bathroom in the room was fine and again immaculate. The innkeeper Virginia very nice.

Date of stay: June 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Thank queenofthedamned
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Reviewed 11 January 2017

Met a friend for a couple days of catching up and good food and staying warm in the cold snap. This is a welcoming B&B with lots of history and all the ambeince you would expect in a 100+ year old Episcopal Rectory. Quiet, clean, beautiful, comfortable.

Date of stay: January 2017
1  Thank 15gregk
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