Graystone Inn, originally 'The Bridgers Mansion', was built in 1905 by Elizabeth Haywood Bridgers. A historic landmark and one of the most elegant structures in Wilmington, the Graystone Inn has undergone extensive renovations, returning the site to its turn-of-the-century grandeur.
The spacious sunlit parlor and sitting room, features comfortable sofas, chairs and period antiques. The adjoining music room, holding a baby grand piano, stunning mahogany-paneled library, and elegantly set dining room all complete the vast ground floor of the inn. Made of hand-carved oak and raising three stories, the grand Renaissance-style staircase envelopes the ballroom. The exquisite garden and terraces provide a most relaxing atmosphere year round. Among the renovations, a fitness center.
Each room at the Graystone Inn has a private bath, most with clawfoot tubs, telephones with voice mail, PC dataport, and Cable TV, and all contain period furnishings, exquisite draperies, and fine pima cotton linens, towels and robes.
The Graystone Inn has frequently been used as a set for motion pictures and TV, and lists many notable personalities among its guests. The inn is also a popular setting for weddings, receptions, meetings and events, while comfortably accommodating 150 guests.
Downtown Wilmington, NC attractions, shops and restaurants are all within easy walking distance and the airport is less than ten minutes away.
100 South 3rd Street, Wilmington, NC 28401, USA