Mulberry Hill Inn

Mulberry Hill Inn and the Albemarle Sound bathed in morning light.

“Wait ’til you see the Blount’s Mulberry Hill…” So begins an entry in nationally known, best-selling author Inglis Fletcher’s Lusty Wind for Carolina!

Mulberry Hill Inn

The Sound side of the Inn.

This spot, patented as a plantation in 1669, is now eliciting similar accolades from those who stroll its expansive confines three centuries later.

The Grand Foyer

The grand foyer, with its inviting arch and doorway to the Sound.

Mulberry Hill Inn is situated majestically on the Albemarle Sound and is surrounded by an 18 hole golf course.

The Links at Mulberry Hill

The Links at Mulberry Hill Golf Course — adjacent to the Inn.

This countryside National Registry Landmark manor house has an elegant living room, dining room, four bedrooms, four baths, and a common sitting area with a large fireplace, television and internet access available.

The Living Room

The Inn’s living room — a comfortable place to be with friends.

A gourmet plantation breakfast is served daily and includes Virginia ham and cheese scones, along with various and sundry breads and muffins, eggs benedict, fried green tomatoes and many delicacies.

The Dining Room

The dining room with sun streaming through its windows.

Amenities include (besides the basic air conditioning and heat), boating, fishing, bicycling, golf, tennis and swimming at the adjoining “Links at Mulberry Hill.” A dock for small craft is available, along with its pier from which to fish.

The Verandah

Tea on the verandah, with the Sound beyond the broad lawn.

The lawn

The reading nook on the lawn, looking toward the Sound.

The Inn is a wonderful place for weddings, receptions and is an ideal spot for vacations — you can forget all of your cares when you visit here!


The bedrooms are filled with light and elegance.


A room with a view – of the beautiful Albemarle Sound.

We would be delighted to give you a walk through the history of this historic property, as well as the historic town of Edenton, also known as the “Prettiest Little Town in the South!” This Colonial town has many original 18th century buildings, some of which belonged to our Nation’s Founding Fathers!

In the meantime, please enjoy this lovely video slide show that we created, which we believe captures the essence of Mulberry Hill and the town of Edenton.

For more information, email us at

Or call us at 252-509-1450.

For travel directions, use the Inn’s GPS Coordinates: 36.010779,-76.536813 or click here to see us at Google Maps.


          — Tom & Janie Wood

P.S. And if you fall in love with Mulberry Hill and Edenton, please talk to us about the available homesites adjacent to the golf course and manor house. For more information go to the Mulberry Hill Golf Course Properties website.