My husband and I celebrated our 5th marriage anniversary on June 8, 2012 with a 3 night stay at The Duck Smith House. We were always greeted kindly, everything was super clean & neat, the breakfast was always delicious & filling, & the other guests friendly. Barbara & Suzanne are the perfect hosts & ever accomodating. The nightly turn down service & the chocolate dipped strawberries left on our bed made our st ay even more memorable. The tea tree oil bath products were a nice splurge. We enjoyed visiting the local potteries in this charming town, rocking on the porch surrounded by pretty flowers, and visiting the state zoo that is only 10 minutes away. An added bonus was visiting the Pisgah covered bridge. By far this was the nicest place we ever stayed. Simply Divine!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The 1914 farmhouse has been completely restored by sisters Barbara & Suzanne Murphy and reopened Feb. 2006. New furniture, mattress, bedding, linens make these 4 bedrooms complete. Each room has its own bathroom. First floor king size bed bedroom is handicap accessible and pet friendly. Seagrove is the pottery capitol of North Carolina. Step back in time. ... more less