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The Cambellton
Room or Suite

The only first floor bedroom, the Campbellton room is bright, spacious and elegant. Tucked away at the back of the house, the room's antique four poster bed and cozy settee create the perfect space to relax and unwind. The spacious adjoining bathroom is outfitted with the home's original 1926 clawfoot soaking tub and opens onto the back porch of the house, a favorite place to enjoy breakfast.

The Campbellton can be booked as a Suite to include the front living room with an antique secretary writing desk and Queen sleeper sofa.

The Campbellton

Local History:
In 1762, the town of Campbellton, located on the Cape Fear River, was chartered by the colonial assembly. Campbellton was later united with the neighboring town of Cross Creek and in 1783 the town was officially renamed Fayetteville to honor the Marquis de Lafayette. 


Bedroom or Suite: 

The Campbellton is available to be booked as an individual room (accommodating 2) or as a Suite (accommodating up to 4) by including the adjoining living room. This is a secondary living room for the home, and without booking the Campbellton Suite it is open to all guests of the house to enjoy. 

The Suite living room has a seating area, antique secretary desk for work or reading space and a queen sleeper sofa that can be set up for your arrival upon request. The Suite living room has a separate door to the front porch. 

The Campbellton Bedroom itself is truly a special space. It's the most spacious and in addition to an antique settee, features a stained glass fan and decorative fireplace. 

The original cast iron clawfoot tub from 1926 has been restored and is utilized in this bathroom for soaking and has a shower attachment. There is no separate shower, so those with mobility concerns should not select this room. 

The back patio of the home can be accessed either through the main hallway or by your private entrance from the Campbellton bathroom, and the back patio is a favorite place to enjoy a quiet moment in the evening or to have breakfast in the morning. 

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