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Wilson

During your next vacation escape, consider a Wilson, North Carolina bed and breakfast, en excellent alternative to conventional hotel accommodations.

The city of Wilson is a growing community of nearly 50,000 people at the crossroads of I-95 and US 264 in North Carolina’s exciting Piedmont Region. Wilson is about 30 four-lane minutes east of Raleigh, the state capital; midway between New York and Miami. We’re less than an hour from Research Triangle Park and less than two hours from North Carolina's inviting beaches. This beautiful and unique city has a wide variety of attractions to offer its visitors; from Southern hospitality to historic architecture, from antiques to golf, Wilson has something for everyone. Nature lovers will be pleased to spend time at such locations as Lake Wilson or Toisnot Reservoir where one can spend the day hiking, biking, fishing, picnicking, and more. Collectors will want to explore some of the more than 30 area antique shops, and art lovers will be pleased by the wide variety of museums and galleries that Wilson, NC has to offer.

Regardless of how you choose to spend your days in Wilson, your nights will be spend in comfort when you choose lodging at an NCBBI B&B where you are sure to experience comfortable accommodations and friendly service.

 
 
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