The White Doe Inn has been welcoming guests since the
turn-of-the-century. As one of the most photographed homes on the island,
visitors have for years admired its beautiful architectural details and fancied a brief
stay in this lovely old home. In 1994 the house underwent renovation in the Queen
Anne-style sympathetic to its uniqueness and became The White Doe Inn Bed & Breakfast.
Every effort was made to retain the charm and character of its 100 years of
The Inn harkens back to a time when guests were pampered. Today, Innkeepers Bebe and Bob Woody make every effort to recapture that era of traveler comfort and camaraderie. All bedchambers are decorated with turn-of-the-century antiques, reproductions and special architectural features and appointments that compliment each room's decor.
Bedside fireplaces, queen-size beds, whirlpools, central air and private baths create a comfortable, intimate ambiance.
For added enjoyment the Inn provides its own plush bath robes and fine Egyptian cotton linens.
In the mornings guests awaken to the aroma of freshly brewed coffee and breakfast sausages or smoked bacon sizzling on the griddle. Following these aromas to the dining room and veranda guests find an incredible Three-Course Breakfast awaiting; a great send off for a day of touring Roanoke Island and the Outer Banks. Afternoon Tea, Coffee & Desserts welcome our guests as they return to the Inn after a fun-filled adventurous day. The wrap-around porch, veranda, and gardens beckon guests to slowdown and enjoy the quiet breezes and easy conversation while relaxing and recharging their energies before heading out for an evening of fine dining or entertainment.
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On Site Amenities
The White Doe Inn staff are always available to respond to your needs and requests for information and assistance. We are more than happy to assist you in setting up an itinerary, place reservations or acquire tickets ahead of time in your behalf. Visit our E-Conciarge page on our homepage link below to help you in planning ahead for your visit to the area.
Weddings at the White Doe InnAs professional wedding planners with a passion for making dreams come true, we have helped hundreds of couples to create the perfect wedding.
We take great pride in our professionalism and our dedication to personal service.
Years of experience and our extensive knowledge of the area has enabled us to create one of the most romantic locations on the island and to develop a working knowledge of the best resources available.
In 1982, The White Doe Inn, previously known as the Theodore Meekins House, was listed on The National Register of Historic Places because of its architectural significance. Innkeepers Bebe and Bob Woody continue to make improvements. It is their desire that "guests staying at The White Doe Inn experience a refreshing change of pace and an experience of which memories are made."
The White Doe Inn is a member of the
North Carolina Bed & Breakfast Inns
Professional Association of International Innkeepers. (PAII)
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