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Graystone Inn

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100 south 3rd Street Wilmington, NC 28401
(910) 763-2000

Graystone Inn, originally "The Bridgers Mansion," was built in 1905-1906 by Elizabeth Haywood Bridgers, widow of Preston L. Bridgers, local merchant and son of Robert Rufus Bridgers, past president of the Atlantic Coast Line Railway, founder of the Wilmington/Weldon Railroad, and two time representative to the Confederate Congress. An historic landmark and one of the most elegant structures in Wilmington, the Inn has been completely remodeled and is under the new ownership of innkeepers Paul and Yolanda Bolda. The extensive renovations have returned the mansion to its original "turn of the century grandeur."

Graystone InnGraystone Inn Each bedroom has its own private bath, most with clawfoot tubs, telephones with voice mail, PC Data port, and cable TV, and all contain period furnishings, exquisite draperies, and fine pima cotton linens, towels and robes. Fireplaces grace five of the bedrooms, and queen size sleeper sofas compliment the sitting rooms of the two luxurious suites. The romantic honeymoon suite, with views of the Cape Fear River, has a walk-in shower and clawfoot tub -- both built for two. Among the renovations, a fitness center.

The Graystone Inn has frequently been used as a set for motion pictures and television, 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 attractions, shops and restaurants are all within easy walking distance and the Wilmington International Airport is less than ten minutes away.

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