This unit is a very unusual B&B space in a building previously designed to house a traveling art exhibit. This space efficient room has a full size bed, private bath and tall ceilings and beautiful wood designs.
This space was designed by the University of NC to house a traveling art exhibit. Its a unique, space efficient room with a full size bed and not much room for anything else. There's a private bathroom with beautiful tile work.
Guests have access to the grounds with hammocks, fire pit, and the cafe space after its closed at 2 p.m.
We love to learn about our guests, but also have a busy cafe to run. As a result, we tend to leave our guests to their own devices.
This is a great town with creative shops downtown, a tiger rescue facility down the road, and one of the best restaurants in the Raleigh/Durham area. Add that to hiking trails and a nearby lake and there's no shortage of things to do here.
There is no public transportation in this town.
The treehouse unit was charming in its appearance especially the creative use of wood design on the walls and the unique door from the sleeping area to the bathroom. It was a bit small, but it served our needs for a suitable space within a 10 minute drive of our daughter's home.
We did have the opportunity to spend a night in the Guest Cottage which had some additional features due to the larger size of the space. My husband especially enjoyed having the TV as the football playoffs were being televised.
The breakfasts at the Small Cafe were amazing and delicious! The offerings were unique as well as plentiful, and the service was excellent. Both Dave and Lisa went out of their way to insure we had a pleasant stay.