Reserve a Room

Includes Full, Hot Gourmet Breakfast
3 Guest Rooms, each with a Private Bath
Romance Package Available

Take Your Pick

With just three lovingly decorated guest rooms, the Ann Street Inn is the very definition of cozy hospitality.

The Queen Ann is our first floor suite. The Duke of Beaufort and Priscilla Potter rooms are on the second floor. View them from the links below and decide which one strikes your fancy. When you’re ready, reserve your room and we’ll get things ready for you.

 

Welcome
The Queen Ann Room

The Queen Ann

The Queen Ann Room is decorated in rich gold colors and luxurious fabrics. The private bath features a Jacuzzi tub, period pedestal sink and tiled shower. From the Jacuzzi tub, guests can relax with a bottle of wine and soak in the breath taking view of the award winning garden.

Price Per Night (includes tax)

$252

The Duke of Beaufort Room

The Duke of Beaufort

The Duke Of Beaufort Room is decorated in black and white French Toile. This room is located on the second floor and has private access to the 2nd floor rocking porch. The bath has corner shower and a Jacuzzi bath nestled in the corner overlooking the exquisite gardens.

Price Per Night (includes tax)

$252

The Priscilla Potter Room

The Priscilla Potter

The Priscilla Potter Room is decorated green with floral accents. This room is located on the second floor and has private access to the 2nd floor rocking porch. The room has a private luxury bath. The bath also features a corner shower and period looking pedestal sink and toilet.

Price Per Night (includes tax)

$222.88

Make Your Stay Extra Special

Ann Street Inn - Romance Package
For your stay

Amenities

Full Gourmet Breakfast

Enjoy our true southern hospitality with a lovingly-prepared hot breakfast.

Free WiFi

It’s nice to take a break from online, but if you need to check in, there is wi-fi available.

Free Parking

No paid parking here! We have free parking for our guests.

Shared Kitchen

Coffee Maker, Refrigerator, and Ice Maker are available for guests in the shared kitchen.

Go Kayaking

Kayaks are available for use of our guests. Go kayaking in Taylor’s Creek.

Go Cycling

Bicycles are available for the use of our guests. Ride around to go shopping and see the sites.

Check-in & Check-out

Check-in is at 3pm, or by special arrangements. Check-out is at 11am.

Cancellation Policy

There is generally a 7-day cancellation policy with a full refund minus $25. Multi-room bookings and 4+ day reservations require 15 days notice.

House Rules

No smoking indoors. No Children Under 12. No Pets Allowed.

See what our guests are saying…

The Ann Street Inn was simply sublime! I loved the old architecture of the home and the beautiful decorations. Owners Donna and John made our stay so comfortable and entertaining too. The delicious Louisiana style breakfast and interesting conversations with the other guests was certainly a highlight of our stay. The upstairs guest room opens up to a fabulous porch great for early morning coffee and reading a book. If we ever get back to Beaufort NC, I know where we’ll stay. 

Judy & Rob, Michigan

via TripAdvisor.com

Beautiful historic & comfy home-away-from-home, delicious breakfasts & a warm, personal welcome by the owner. Enjoyed the rockers on the upstairs porch and being within walking distance to the waterfront.

Margie Philbin

Google Review

The Ann Street Inn bed and breakfast exceeded every expectation. It’s a charming property along North Carolina’s Crystal Coast. The home and room was spotlessly clean and every inch is tastefully decorated. The meals are a southern treat and should not be missed. The highlight of my mornings and evenings were sitting on the porches and people watching as a I read while sipping on a drink. There’s plenty of free parking. It’s in a safe central location that is within walking distance of everything.

Ethan Tremblay

Google Review

Donna is a great host and her Inn is beautiful. Extremely comfortable beds and great decor. We will definitely stay at Ann Street Inn the next time we spend the night in Beaufort.

Steve Newman

via Google