by the Sea
North Carolinas third oldest town, Beaufort traces its unspoiled
historic past to Indians, whalers, privateers and, more recently, to
sport fishing and vacationing.
With over 100 beautifully restored historic private homes located along
peaceful, tree lined streets and along the waterfront, Beaufort has
maintained its wonderful charm over the centuries.
The Rachel Carson National Estuarine Sanctuary is located across the
waterfront from Beaufort and is home to over 100 different species of
wild birds and a small herd of feral ponies.
Pecan Tree Inn is located one half block from the Beaufort waterfront
and is only a short walk to fine restaurants, shops, the Maritime
Museum, the historical Restoration Grounds and ferries to Rachel Carson
Sanctuary and Shackelford Banks.
to the Pecan Tree Inn:
U.S. 70 headed eastward: turn right at the first traffic light onto Turner Street. Drive two blocks and turn left on Ann Street. Go two blocks and turn right on Queen Street. The Pecan Tree Inn is in the middle of the block on your left. Parking lot is beside the inn.
Ocracoke-Cedar Island Ferry: Take U.S. 70 west to Beaufort (45 minutes to an hour). You will be coming in on Live Oak Street. At the traffic light just past No Name Pizza, 70 turns right on Cedar Street. Stay on Live Oak two more blocks and turn right on Ann Street. Drive three blocks and turn left on Queen Street. The Pecan Tree Inn is in the middle of the block on your left. Parking lot is beside the inn.
by the American Automobile Association, Mobil and Fodor's
and Approved by the North Carolina Bed and Breakfast and Inns
by Fodor's "The South's Best Bed and Breakfasts"
of the Carteret County Chamber of Commerce "Business
Pecan Tree Inn Gardens are recognized as a National Wildlife
of Beaufort Award for Historic Restoration
by the Beaufort Historical Association for their "1993 Old
by: Conde' Nast Traveler, The Washington Post, The Raleigh News
Week Magazine, Tasteful Magazine and Our State Magazine
National Bed and Breakfast Association, North Carolina Bed and
Breakfast and Inns,
Carteret County Chamber of Commerce, the Beaufort Business and
"One Beaufort hostelry of special note is the Pecan Tree Inn (116 Queen Street, 252-728-6733). The Pecan Tree is housed in the elegant and historic Franklin Lodge, built around 1866 to serve as a Masonic lodge. It is surely one of the most beautifully decorated and landscaped lodgings you will ever find. For my money, this is the spot for shoreside accommodations in Beaufort...the innkeepers are simply wonderful."
-- Claiborne Young in "Cruising Guide to Coastal North Carolina", 5th Edition.
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Dave & Allison DuBuisson
The Pecan Tree Inn
Bed and Breakfast
Beaufort, North Carolina 28516
9 am- 6 pm
Pecan Tree Inn