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Wolfpit Bed & Breakfast has three upstairs rooms available for guests. Wireless internet is accessible in all rooms, and each room has a radio alarm clock, hypo-allergenic pillows and extra blankets. Windows in the room are equipped with ‘darkening shades’ to encourage a late morning sleep when desired. In the hall just outside the rooms you will find a cherry cradle, handmade by my husband Fleet. It is filled with board games, trivia, etc., for your enjoyment at any time. In fact, we’d be happy to play a game with you!

If your family or group is reserving all three rooms for two or more nights, we will gladly, upon request, set up the badmitton or volleyball net, horseshoes, or provide a tea table for your enjoyment.

*All rates include a Deluxe Continental Breakfast. Please note that all of our rooms and the grounds at Wolfpit are smoke-free.

Oak Room


One window of this room overlooks the old oak grove planted under the supervision of Miss Jessie Taylor Harris, whose grandparents originally owned Wolfpit Plantation. Out the other window, you can see the old plantation kitchen. This room has a double bed with down comforter and a reading / writing corner, complete with a rocking chair and an antique oak secretary.

Magnolia Room


This room is flanked by the oldest Southern Magnolia tree on the property. Our children call it the “Elephant Tree;” the base and roots of the tree resemble an elephant’s leg and foot, and one of the magnolia’s long limbs could easily be mistaken for his trunk! The Queen Anne canopy bed (antique reproduction) is the Victorian way to a cozy night’s slumber. This double bed is most suitable for one person, but could accommodate two snugly. The almost century old wardrobe was handmade by a North Carolina Piedmont craftsman, per the commission of my grandfather.

Dogwood Room


We also refer to this as the “Morning Room” because it gets the beautiful early morning light as the sun rises in the east. The mirrored dresser and double bed, both over a century in age, belonged to our great grandparents from Pender County, North Carolina. From this room in spring and summer you can view our State Flower on the small Dogwood trees which have popped up here and there under the giant oaks in the yard. Cardinals, the North Carolina State Bird, thoroughly enjoy their red berries in the fall!

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