Charlotte, North Carolina, is a great place to visit. There’s so much history, culture and beautiful architecture there. If you’re planning a trip to Charlotte soon and are looking for a place to stay, we’ve found some amazing bed and breakfasts that will make your stay even more enjoyable.
The Duke Mansion
The Duke Mansion is located near the uptown businesses and cultural district of Charlotte, North Carolina. This non-profit bed and breakfast is a short walk to restaurants, art galleries, museums and more. The mansion was built in 1915 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. With charming rooms that are comfortable and elegant, wonderful facilities including room service for drinks, gardens, a business center and a gym, you have all you need for a lovely stay.
Ms. Elsie’s Caribbean Bed & Breakfast
Ms. Elsie’s is a bright and cheery accommodation option with tropical vibes infused into the decor and dishes. The innkeeper Cheryl Watkins was inspired by her Caribbean roots as she created the rooms, which all have beach vibes and unique decor.
The Morehead Inn
The Morehead Inn is the oldest hotel in Charlotte, North Carolina. The 3-star hotel was built in 1921 and is located in Uptown Charlotte. The hotel has a rich history and was part of the original streetcar route that ran through Uptown Charlotte. A variety of VIP guests have stayed here, including celebrities like Jerry Seinfeld and Tom Hanks. A restaurant also serves breakfast, lunch and dinner every day. Even if you’re not staying at the hotel but just passing through Uptown Charlotte, it’s worth stopping by for one of their famous Southern dishes.
Morgan and Wells Bed & Breakfast
Morgan and Wells has a rustic atmosphere with luxury furnishings and fine amenities, including a spa. With thoughtful details and fantastic service, we highly recommend this b&b if you are visiting Charlotte.
Kasa Edison House Charlotte
Kasa Edison is a warm and cozy sanctuary that is more modern than most of the other places on our list. Bright linens, modern artwork and a rustic courtyard to relax are all part of the attraction. You are also a short walk to the restaurants, shops and cafes when it’s time to explore.
We hope you’ve enjoyed our short list of some of the best b&bs in Charlotte. Check out these amazing places for yourself and discover why so many people love to stay at them.