Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Salisbury, Turn of the Century Victorian Bed and Breakfast is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its charming environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Turn of the Century Victorian Bed and Breakfast makes it easy to enjoy the best of Salisbury.
Turn of the Century Victorian Bed and Breakfast is a charming bed and breakfast offering air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
Plus, guests can enjoy free breakfast, which has made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Salisbury. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While staying at Turn of the Century Victorian Bed and Breakfast, visitors can check out Shuford Stadium (1.9 mi), which is a popular Salisbury attraction.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the cafes, including The Palms Cafe, Sweet Meadow Cafe, and Panera Bread, all of which are a short distance from Turn of the Century Victorian Bed and Breakfast.
Should time allow, Salisbury National Cemetery and Dr. Josephus Hall House are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Turn of the Century Victorian Bed and Breakfast is sure to make your visit to Salisbury one worth remembering.
We had to unexpectedly go to Salisbury to see a family member who is quite ill. Since we had no time to plan we started looking for a place to stay when we arrived in Salisbury about 4:30 pm. Karen was gracious and kind allowing us to check in late that evening after we were at the hospital. She asked about breakfast time allowing us to sleep in for a little while. She made a fabulous breakfast and got us started on the day. Since we were in town for just one day she sent us away with bottled water and cookies for the return trip home. Karen allowed us to be the weary travelers that we were and gave us a wonderful evening of rest. I am looking forward to staying with her again.
We had the joy of staying at Turn of the Century Bed & Breakfast last weekend, we were in town for us to attend my baby shower. My husband and I stayed for one night (I wish we could have stayed a little longer). Karen is a wonderful inn keeper and host. Her home is beautifully and tastefully furnished and decorated, it's almost as if you've taken a step back in time. The work that Karen put into restoring this old Victorian beauty is incredible. Turn of the Century is a breath taking bed and breakfast. My husband and I had a delicious dinner at City Tavern and a lovely evening admiring historic Salisbury. Our room (The English Room) was extremely comfortable, it was the best night's sleep that we had ever gotten away from home. Breakfast was absolutely delicious, filling, and refreshing! Upon checking out Karen gave us two bottles of cold water and a goody bag including one of her delicious chocolate zucchini muffins, two tasty cookies for the road, and an adorable pair of pink and white ruffle socks for our upcoming bundle of joy. When ever my husband and I need a place to stay in the Salisbury area, we will be staying here. I would 110% recommend staying at Turn of the Century Bed & Breakfast to anyone who asks. You really are missing out if you don't!…
I stayed at the Turn of the Century Bed and Breakfast for two nights during a business trip to Salisbury. The house is beautiful, the accommodations elegant as well as comfortable (including a heated mattress pad!), and the food delicious! The owner Karen Windate is a lovely host and I would recommend this Bed and Breakfast to anyone!
This magnificently decorated home is a step back into history, because every item in this restored home has a story. Karen, the owner, has painstakingly selected every item in the restoration of this gorgeous home. Her wealth of knowledge about the property and the neighborhood is astounding. Breakfast was served daily and was wonderful. I highly recommend this property to anyone looking for a B&B, and I look forward to staying there again.
This lovely 1905 house has been restored to National Register standards to create an elegant and wonderfully comfortable B&B – the ideal choice for anyone visiting Salisbury. The innkeeper Karen Windate is intelligent, thoughtful, attentive and responsive; she went out of her way to make us comfortable in all respects. Each room has been designed with great care and historical integrity, offering well-chosen antique furnishings, plush linens, and attractive color schemes. Each room has a private bath, ingeniously incorporated into the 100-year old setting. Free Wi-Fi worked well, and ample parking is available in the rear. Breakfasts were delicious with an inventive menu each day, customized to meet our dietary requests and plated in gorgeous visual presentations. Conversation at the breakfast table was wide-ranging and fascinating. Karen offered helpful advice and extensive information on local dining, historic sites, arts and culture, and the intriguing history of Salisbury. Highly recommended.…