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Big Mill is a Williamston, NC Bed & Breakfast that sits amid acres of farmland and forest in the heart of the Inner Banks — the quiet coastal plain of eastern North Carolina. It's quality lodging in a peaceful setting that's just minutes from major highways and about two hours from Raleigh, NC and Norfolk, VA. A lush landscape where streams and rivers meander through cypress swamps and fertile farmland.
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April 3 & 4
Herring Festival, Jamesville
Just Horsin' 'Round Open Schooling Show Benefiting the Wounded Warrior Project, Bob Martin Ag Center, Williamston Info
Spring Fling Miniature Horse Show, Bob Martin Ag Center, Williamston Info
April 17 & 18
Rocky Hock Opry Spring Concert, Edenton
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Much more than just a place to stay. With over 200 acres of grounds, you can walk through the landscaped gardens, explore the original farm outbuildings and wander through woodlands. Shaded by stately, ninety-year-old pecan trees that were planted by the owner’s parents, this Williamston Bed and Breakfast is in the original farmstead that has been in the family since 1920.
A choice of four guest rooms or suites. All have wireless internet, private entrances, individual climate control, iron and ironing board, extra pillows, hair dryer, microwave, refrigerator, coffee pot, toaster, cable TV/DVD and telephone. There’s a coin laundry on premises.
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On NPR's Weekend Edition (12/22/2012), Scott Simon interviewed innkeeper Chloe Tuttle on her recipe for making Snow Cream. Listen here.
A delicious continental breakfast is served in your room, and consists of homemade sourdough or sweet breads made with fruits and nuts grown on the farm, juice, cheese, coffee, tea and fresh fruit. Grapes, plums, pears and blueberries from the orchard are served in season. Homemade yogurt and crustless quiches made with dried tomatoes from the cook’s garden are a favorite, with at least one edible flower as garnish.
Staying at Big Mill is not 'roughing it.' This idealized retreat offers what can only be called country luxury. Here's what our guests say about their stay at Big Mill.
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