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Webbley

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BearFan NC wrote a review Oct 2018
North Carolina367 contributions79 helpful votes
The architecture of the home is beautiful and this home is on the national registry of historic homes.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Brownie P wrote a review Sep 2016
Shelby, North Carolina11 contributions30 helpful votes
Webbley has been closed for a number of years. While it was in operation , it was a first-class experience. The home is for sale. Does anyone want to buy it and reopen it? That would be wonderful. I ride by it everyday and wish that it were open again.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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pperrin wrote a review May 2013
Shelby, North Carolina121 contributions98 helpful votes
Whether it will remain a bed and breakfast is up in the air since it is up for sale as of May, 2013.
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Maryellen S wrote a review Dec 2012
Shelby, North Carolina, United States5 contributions2 helpful votes
Run down and not particularly interesting architecture. Would be okay on a tour of several places but not worth a day-trip.
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Date of experience: November 2012
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Webbley wrote a review Jan 2006
Shelby, North Carolina3 contributions9 helpful votes
This historic home was built in 1852 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is located in the heart of the Central Shelby Historic District. It has been meticiously restored and is furnised with period antiques and collectibles. The home has been owned by a Lt. Governor, two Governors, one US Senator, and an Ambassador to Great Britain. It is simply manificant.
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