Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Elizabeth City, Pond House Inn is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its family-friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Pond House Inn makes it easy to enjoy the best of Elizabeth City.
Rooms at Pond House Inn offer air conditioning and a fireplace providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
Express check-in and check-out, a sun terrace, and newspaper are some of the conveniences offered at this bed and breakfast. Free breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Pond House Inn, free parking is available.
United States Coast Guard Base Elizabeth City (3.6 km), located nearby, makes Pond House Inn a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Elizabeth City landmark.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Elizabeth City's popular crab restaurants such as Quality Seafood Market, Montero's Restaurant, and Cypress Creek Grill, all a short distance from Pond House Inn.
Best of all, Pond House Inn makes it easy to experience some great Elizabeth City attractions like Museum of the Albemarle, which is a popular history museum.
Pond House Inn is sure to make your visit to Elizabeth City one worth remembering.
We chose this hotel by accident and it was the best thing that happened to us during our vacation. A unique building, a stunning pond, many picturesque corners of the hotel, a sumptuous breakfast. It is created as a seal that we have come to visit a noble aunt. Perfect cleanliness, the smell of cedar indoors, excellent quality towels. Everything was better than we expected. This place is ideal for family, friends, weddings or other celebrations. A simple weekend trip would look great in this place too. (be sure to watch the sunrise at the pier)
we stayed there recently and are both sick from the mold. The owner tries so hard but it seems like she is alone and overwhelmed The bed was comfortable but there were wires everywhere and dust built up on the ceiling fan. our original stay was to be three nights but we canceled the first due to our flight coming in so late. arrived the next day around 1 pm and rang the bell several times. the door was locked and no one answered . we tried calling but it was busy or off the hook for a few hours. discouraged we left and visited the area while calling and calling. finally we got through and the owner said she was there and didnt hear us. ok... walked in the front door and were immediately hit with a musty old smell. No more B&B's for us we will stay in a hotel next time.…
I can't say enough about this place! This Inn was amazing! We were in the family suite beause we brought our English Bulldog. We were coming to town for a family reunion and when our original plans fell through 3 days before our trip, we stumbled upon this wonderful place. By far the best place we've ever stayed and we will definitely stay there again. The owner, Martha, was hands on and went way above and beyond. If you are looking for an upscale yet very comfortable Inn with a beautiful location, look no further. You will NOT be disappointed!
My husband and I stayed there a few weeks ago. It’s one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever been to! Southern charm at its finest, the rooms are clean, the owner is very pleasant and helpful. We had some rude guests next to us, and for the good of the whole, she asked them to leave. Thank you Martha! We felt right at home and your Belgian waffles for breakfast were to die for! The beds are super comfortable and the grounds were so unique and downright breathtaking. Right on the river for swimming (we brought our kayaks) and cute downtown area about a mile or so away. We loved it and will be back! Best place to stay in Elizabeth City 100%
Late arrival at dusk delayed our appreciation of this wonderfully decorated house and it surrounding grounds. A quiet night's sleep aided with complimentary wine to forget the long day's drive and traffic on a holiday weekend. Early morning coffee, a walk around the grounds to enjoy this idyllic setting. Martha, our host, severed a delicious breakfast and told us of her adventures in decorating and maintaining such a wonderful house.