I had a great time at the inn. Quaint rooms. Lisset the innkeeper was nice and friendly. The breakfast was delicious. I loved sitting on the front porch enjoying the cool breeze. Definitely worth staying. I will be back. Great location close to Front St. Lisa
DO NOT stay here if you have kids of any age (website says no kids under 12.) We were watching a movie on my phone since THERE ARE NO TV’S IN ANY ROOMS, and the owner reprimanded us for being too loud. Moreover, there is NO LOCK on door when you leave, which means anyone can walk into your room while you are not there. There is a chain lock on the door for when you are physically in the room, but that is it. There was also a giant hole in our wall that was covered by a spray-painted paper plate. As if that was not a deal breaker enough, we were standing out on the porch, and one of us got stung by a Yellowjacket after accidentally getting too close to their hive which we later discovered was under the rug by the door, in the wooden floorboards. The owner came out and sprayed so that we could safely go back inside. However, the next day the wasps were still there and we were told that there was “nothing they can do about it.” The final nail in the coffin was the breakfast. We experienced 2 “Hallmark Breakfasts” and 1 “Continental”. The Hallmark included fruit, waffle, eggs and 2 sausages. While this was quite good, it was not equal to an additional $60 for 2 people. The “Continental” was where we had the biggest problem - it was supposed to include (according to the website) “a generous selection of fresh fruits, several servings in size along with a basket of biscuits, muffins, toast or the like.” We did receive a full plate of fruit but were given 1 small biscuit each and told there was nothing else. Also, when we asked for a glass of orange juice, the owner told us to “watch our sugar” since we also had the fruit. We felt that this was extremely inappropriate, hurtful, and left us feeling judged. Overall the tone was dismal, and every question or request was met with condemnation. If you are looking for hospitality in Beaufort, do not stay here.…
We spent our 47th wedding anniversary at this wonderful B&B in Beaufort, NC. We were welcomed as we arrived and time was taken to introduce us to the home and our room. Our room was quaint and cozy. We had everything we needed and more. Breakfast was delicious all 3 mornings. The location of the home was perfect. We could walk to all the shops and restaurants. The host went over and beyond to make us comfortable and she made sure we had all we needed. We will definitely return to the Langdon Inn any time we visit Beaufort.
This was the second time we have stayed at Langdon House and it was great. Lizzet was an excellent hostess and served a super breakfast. The location in Beaufort is easily accessible to the waterfront with numerous shops and historic sites including a Revolutionary Cemetery across the street. The Inn was originally built in 1764 and is fully restored and grounds are beautifully landscaped. We have plans to go back in October this year for another super experience.
We enjoyed an upstairs room with access to the balcony. Room was very comfortable. Breakfast was especially nice with many choices and delightful conversation with our gracious host, Lizette. We drove to Ft. Macon and hiked and lounged on the beach, took the ferry to the wilds horses and the light house. We used the bikes at the house and enjoyed a ride around the island. Restaurants we enjoyed Aqua house, Rhum bar, and the Millstone brewery.
I stumbled across the Langdon House B&B while looking for a place during military orders. Lizzet (owner/inn keeper) accommodated my request to stay during that week (Aug. 12 - 17) very quickly and was extremely friendly over the phone. When I arrived, I was able to check in early (upon request) and immediately fell in love with the house. It is very old, but kept up extremely well. The room was very spacious and the bed comfortable. Air conditioning and a fan made it nice inside, especially for us out-of-town visitors. Private parking in the back was convenient and appreciated. The location was incredible, as it is a block away from the pier, which is lined with good restaurants and places to grab a drink (highly recommend Fishtowne Brewery). The best part about the Langdon House is Lizzet. Total sweetheart and an AMAZING cook. She would bring out my breakfast each morning (fresh fruit to start, followed by the best eggs I've ever tasted, sausage or ham, potatoes and incredible biscuits) and sit and chat with me until I had to leave (which I didn't want to!). She truly made me feel like I was visiting a relative. If you find yourself out in beautiful Beaufort, stay at least one night. I will be a customer for life and can't wait to bring my wife and son with me next time.…
Spent 5 relaxing days at Langdon House. Lizzet treated us like old friends. Breakfasts were delicious and the conversation intelligent. As we chilled on the deck in the afternoon heat she came up and offered a beer or a glass of wine, and then delivered munchies, too. As it was hot we went to the beach & she offered us prepared beach bags. The whole experience was exceptional.
Langdon house is a great house in a great location. Most of all i feel at home there. The rooms are very clean. The breakfast is excellent. I Have stayed there multiple times and will without a doubt go again. I highly recommend The Langdon to anyone looking for a relaxing get away. The location is great as you are just one block from great restaurants.
My mom and I stayed at this lovely B&B while visiting Beaufort to celebrate her birthday. It's located right in the center of town and is within quick walking distance to Front Street, the main shopping/dining area on the water. We were so impressed with how Lizzet has kept up this beautiful historic home (all by herself!) and maintained its history while also adding modern touches. I was also happy to see bits and pieces of her own life/culture reflected in the decor - it was very touching to see her late husband's beautiful artwork adorning the walls of the inn alongside period furnishings. The food was absolutely delicious and was a wonderful way to start our day each morning. Lizzet cooks everything herself and is very open to dietary needs/preferences - all you have to do is ask and she will oblige. She had a well-organized self-serve area stocked with tea, coffee, water, drinking glasses, utensils, etc. that was available for your use throughout the day at any time. We loved being able to have coffee and/or wine we purchased up on the gorgeous balcony as we looked down on the street below. Finally, the highlight of our stay was definitely Lizzet's hospitable nature - she is not overbearing in any way (you are able to come and go as you please without needing to notify her), but she made sure to check in with us frequently to make sure we were having a pleasant stay. We also loved petting her adorable little dog, Carly, who is calm and friendly (and hardly barks!!). I definitely recommend this quaint, loving inn for couples, mother/daughter pairs, a girlfriend's weekend, or even an individual wanting to take some time for themselves. You won't regret it!…
My wife and I had a wonderful visit to the Langdon House. We were welcomed by Lizzet when we arrived with a brief tour and history of the home. Lizzet is an amazing host and chef. Her breakfasts are gourmet and served with her wit and delightful company. The inn is decorated to the period with all the modern comforts and is within walking distance to all the restaurants and downtown attractions. And don't worry if you forget anything . . . because Lizzet will have you covered. We will definitely return.