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This coastal plantation inn is at the historic Fletcher-Skinner-Nixon House. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this house is one of the largest, most outstanding Federal style plantation dwellings in Perquimans County. Innkeepers Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Rascoe welcome guests to relive a day at their home, beginning with a substantial breakfast in their elegantly appointed dining room. All four rooms are centrally air conditioned and heated, have private baths, fireplaces, are furnished with antiques and have either a river or woods view.


Address:
385 Old Neck Rd.

Phone: (252)426-1812


Our Website:www.bedandbreakfast.com

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