Arrowhead Inn

Address: 106 Mason Road, Durham, North Carolina, 27712, United States | 4 star b&b
 
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This 4 star B&B, located on 106 Mason Road, Durham, is near West Point on the Eno and Stagville Plantation.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Arrowhead Inn Durham

    Loved the Arrowhead Inn

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    We really enjoyed our stay. Gloria and Phil made us feel very welcome and at home. The Duke Room was very nice and cozy. They had a rose and snacks in the room waiting for us when we arrived. We really enjoyed whirlpool. We took pleasure in walking in the well kept gardens. It was a very peaceful, pleasant and private. We will definitely stay there again the next time we are in the area.

    Loved it

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    My husband and I stayed here for our anniversary. We enjoyed the log cabin that they offer. Inside is a steam shower and a nice hot tub. We bought dinner there which is 50 dollars a piece, but well worth it. We had a nice table prepared with candles and a five course meal. In the morning breakfast was brought to our room and we just enjoyed eachothers company. I would recomend this to anyone who is looking for a romantic stay. The people there are great and you feel right at home.

    Beautiful inn!

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    My wife & I stayed at the Arrowhead Inn our first evening after our wedding, as our flight to Hawaii wasn't until the following morning. We could not have chosen a more beautiful, quiet, comfortable, and romantic inn for the start of our honeymoon.

    Phil & Gloria were absolutely charming inkeepers, and the home is absolutely stunning inside and out. We were welcomed in every way, and the morning breakfast was outstanding! We can't wait to return for a future anniversary.

    We can't recommend this place highly enough; we stayed in the Benson room and every last detail were just perfectly setup. I arranged for rose petals and a few other romantic dashes to be in place for my wife when we arrived, and everything was perfect.

    If you're looking for a place to spend a honeymoon/anniversary in the Triangle or near RDU airport, this is the only one I'd consider after such an amazing time.

    Southern Hospitality at its finest

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    This is a beautiful house and innkeepers, Gloria and Phil Teber, provide a warm welcome. We stayed in the Mason Room, which was positively charming, offering all that you would expect from a 4 star hotel, but with the character of a plantation home. Breakfast was wonderful and we wouldn't hesitate in booking again if ever we are in the area.

    Lovely Inn with a beautiful garden.

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    The Inn is charming with a beautiful garden. They have planted too many cannas which have grown up very tall and the Teber's are giving them away to anyone who would like to dig them up. My guess is they are making room for different plants.

    The chef / master carpenter (Phil) prepared a wonderfully delicious breakfast for us (no sawdust here!)

    The host and hostess, Phil and Gloria Teber, were engaging and helpful in our quest to find a good evening meal restaurant.

    I will definitiely go back if I find myself in the Durham area.

    An Inn to Be Savored

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    Our stay at the Arrowhead Inn was way too short! The Inn-keepers were truly welcoming and genuine in their hospitality. The Inn was beautifully decorated and spotlless. Gloria and Phil are attentive without being intrusive. Everything was way above our expectation, from the food and wine, to the lovely natural setting. They even make children feel welcome! We shall definitely return.

    A special place

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    We spent our 50th Wedding Anniversary at the Arrowhead Inn in Durham. The innkeepers, Gloria and Phil Teber, were so welcoming and friendly that we felt very comfortable right away. The rooms and suites are beautifully decorated, each with a fireplace (not needed in July). The dining room is lovely and breakfast was delicious and so nicely presented with lovely tableware and flowers.We had a private 5 course dinner for two our first evening prepared by the chef, Phil Teber himself. The food was excellent and the creme brule was the best we've tasted. The second evening, Gloria made reservations for us at a great restaurant called Nanas. Our stay at the Inn has created a special memory for us. By the way, the Inn isn't loved just by "old folks" like us. There were two honeymoon couples staying there as well.

    A Great Place to Stay

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    My wife and I loved our stay at the Arrowhead Inn. The Inn was spotless but retained its charm. Would highly recommend.

    Your best choice in Durham

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    We have stayed at many B&B's over the years. The Arrowhead Inn rates near the top of our list and is where we always stay when visiting Durham. We have stayed there 6 or 7 times now in a variety of the rooms and have never been disappointed. Gloria and Phil are the consummate hosts. The inn's rooms are spacious, well-appointed and comfortable. Phil's breakfasts are superb; you will certainly not leave hungry. Easy access to/from I-85; ask them for the 'back way' directions. Highly recommended.

    Beautiful, welcoming inn

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    My grown daughter and I spent one night in the Montclair Room of this inn and had an excellent experience. The room was luxurious and so comfortable. The furnishings were very attractive. The innkeepers were gone but our substitute innkeeper, Rosie, was so hospitable that we felt totally cared for. The breakfast was wonderful and the service at all times was much above average. I enjoyed this inn so much that next time it will be a destination not just an overnight stay to break up a journey.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Arrowhead Inn Durham

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