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Graystone Inn An historic landmark and one of the most elegant structures in Wilmington, the inn has recently undergone extensive renovations and has been returned to its original "turn-of-the-century grandeur" under the ownership of innkeepers Rich and Marcia Moore. Originally ""The Bridgers Mansion," it was built in 1905-1906 by Elizabeth Haywood Bridgers, widow of Preston L. Bridgers, local merchant and son of Robert Rufus Bridgers, past president of the Atlantic Coast Line Railway, founder of the Wilmington/Weldon Railroad, and two-time representative to the Confederate Congress.


Address: 100 South 3rd Street
Wilmington, NC 28401
Phone: (910)763-2000
Our Email: contactus@graystoneinn.com
Our Website:www.graystoneinn.com

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