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Built in 1915, this historic home in Charlotte, North Carolina has 20 unique guest rooms. All have queen or king size beds with private bath. A full cooked to order breakfast is also included. While at The Duke Mansion, stroll our four and a half acres of beautifully maintained grounds or relax on the front porch in a rocking chair. Find yourself in Southern Splendor for a weekend getaway or for business trips.
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We met some old friends to celebrate a retirement...enjoyed cocktails on the patio...walked the gardens...slept soundly in the well-appointed rooms...feasted a a true southern breakfast...and soaked up every bit of history of this grand mansion that we could!
I was utterly disappointed in my stay. Expected a beautiful southern mansion, felt like a run down estate. Pictures of the property in magazines like Southern Lady, Southern Living, and Victoria made me excited about experiencing the place for myself. I left with a bad...More
Step back in time at the Duke Mansion. Stayed for a romantic overnight with spouse. Stayed there because it was part of the select registry. The breakfast was not as good as some of the other SR B&B's we've stayed in but very much enjoyed...More
This is simply the best bed and breakfast experience that I have ever had. We stayed on the second floor in one of the king rooms with a porch. The room was huge, with high ceilings and large windows. Most of the furnishings were pleasantly...More
This review is for my B&B stay in the Nisbet Room of the mansion itself. (See all close up photos I've posted.) I really wanted to love this place (I really did!!!) & was so excited to book it for my 54th birthday. I've stayed...More
The gardens are open to the public as long as there is not a private event going on. You can also see the downstairs inside the Mansion but the guest rooms they typically only tour during an open house but you could... More
The gardens are open to the public as long as there is not a private event going on. You can also see the downstairs inside the Mansion but the guest rooms they typically only tour during an open house but you could certainly call and ask.