A historic seaport location, antique-filled rooms and a Southern-style breakfast are the perks awaiting guests at the non-smoking Port City Guest House - Bed and Breakfast, a mile from downtown Wilmington. The two-story Port City Guest House was built in 1915 as a grand private residence. Today, the restored mansion's public and private spaces retain the character and charm of an earlier era. Four Old World-style rooms with private baths are decorated with elegant antique furnishings and modern amenities including cable TVs. Enjoy a hot Southern breakfast that might include homemade waffles and grits before you explore the town. Play a game of checkers on the upstairs sun porch or watch the world go by from an oversized rocker on the front porch. Late afternoon refreshments are served daily. Parking is free. The Port City Guest House is a mile from downtown Wilmington, where you can take an old-fashioned buggy ride past numerous historic sites. The bed-and-breakfast is within 20 minutes of Wrightsville, Carolina and Kure beaches, and about an hour's drive from Myrtle Beach. The bed-and-breakfast is about three miles from Wilmington International Airport. Romantic rooms with homestyle breakfast draw our guests to the Port City Guest House.
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