This wonderful little Southport Bed & Breakfast is located within walking distance of exceptional dining and restaurants, eclectic shopping and stunning views of the Cape Fear River. Experience history as you walk the streets of Southport, North Carolina, with it's massive live oak trees and charming coastal cottages. Due to the historical beauty of the Southport area, it has been a popular filming location for movies and television.
We have extended our February Valentine's Special through the end of the month.
Davis Room for $120
The Captain's Room for $130
Amelia's Room for $140
(taxes not included)
After raising two children and traveling extensively with them we decided to seek a new location to call our home. Upon entering Southport we new it was the place for us. We were fortunate enough to stay at The Southport Inn, and immediately bonded with Mark and Jane Ramach. When the opportunity arose we bought The Southport Inn, and now are welcoming you to the "Happiest Seaside Town" in America.
As a guest of the recently remodeled Southport Inn, you will enjoy the cozy quaintness of an 1894 home along with the conveniences of modern life. All of our guest rooms are located on the first floor and include an attached private bath. The high interior ceilings are crafted with tongue and groove bead board in concentric patterns. The floors are original painted heart pine. Southport bow trim, a trademark of North Carolina coastal craftsmen, adorn the windows and doors
Each room has a flat screen TV enhanced by the many choices offered by Netflix, SlingTV, and WatchESPN. High-speed wireless Internet access (Wi-FI)-is available throughout the Inn.
Relax on our porch swing or rocking chairs where you can watch the horse drawn buggy go by or watch as the ghost tour heads to the cemetery. Sip a beverage or enjoy a sandwich from one of our local sandwich shops on our outdoor patio while enjoying the breeze from the Cape Fear River. Perhaps you might want to cool off in our common room while enjoying the majestic view of historic Nash Street.
The Southport Inn is a historic landmark of Southport, North Carolina and was originally constructed by Samuel S. Drew for Robert W. McKeithan and his wife, Amelia, in the spring of 1894. R. W. McKeithan, born January 20, 1843 was an enlisted Confederate in the NC 1st Artillery Regiment, Co. E. Later in 1896, he was selected as a delegate to the State's Democratic Convention. During the turn of the century, R.W. McKeithan manufactured turpentine in nearby Supply. He died June 8, 1931. There is a passion to preserve the sacred and bring history to the present. The true beauty and heritage of this historic Southport, North Carolina home has been lovingly updated with respect to its architectural integrity and historical significance.
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