Where Are We Located?
Nestled alongside Bath Creek, the Inn on Bath Creek is located within the beautiful Inner Banks of North Carolina in Beaufort County. It is an area steeped in rich history that speaks to the very foundation of the United State’s colonial roots. Bath was incorporated in 1705, making it the first incorporated town in North Carolina. It was the state’s first port of entry, developing a thriving trade industry in naval stores, tobacco and furs. The town’s rich history is a legacy that continues to inspire and attract visitors to the region to this day.
Bath’s history was enabled by the town’s location near the mouth of the Pamlico River. The calm waters of Bath Creek flow directly into the Pamlico, which makes it the perfect spot for water enthusiasts. Sailing, kayaking, canoeing, fishing and bird watching are just a few of the activities available in Bath that heavily feature the region’s close relationship with the water.
The Inn sits on Main Street, directly across from Bath’s state dock. The town of Bath is also only a short drive from some of the top local attractions in North Carolina, including ‘Little Washington’, Lake Mattamuskeet, and more.
Come and enjoy a stay at the Inn on Bath Creek, and experience first hand why life is better on the water.