VISIT NORTH CAROLINA
Situated between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Outer Banks, Greensboro is a convenient stop
on the way to your favorite North Carolina vacation destination!
Double Oaks Bed & Breakfast was built in 1906 for Harden Thomas Martin and designed by North Carolina's first registered architect, William G. Armfield, the Double Oaks estate is a prominent piece of Greensboro’s history.
The mountains of Western North Carolina are filled with historic heritage sites related to culture, art, and music, and many of them are connected along a series of trails, which can be traveled by car over the course of a day or weekend. Explore these cultural trails connecting the many small towns and communities of the Blue Ridge.
The Outer Banks are a 200-mile-long string of barrier islands and spits off the coast of North Carolina and southeastern Virginia, on the east coast of the United States. They cover most of the North Carolina coastline, separating Currituck Sound, Albemarle Sound, and Pamlico Sound from the Atlantic Ocean.
It’s said the Pinehurst area is the “Home of American Golf.” It’s where you’ll find the fabled Pinehurst No. 2, one of 50+ courses Donald Ross designed in North Carolina. The Brunswick Islands offer 30+ courses, and the mountains tee up jaw-dropping views and cool temps in summer months.
Nestled in the countryside of North Carolina you will find the largest concentration of working potters in the United States. Enjoy your day on a self guided driving tour down some of North Carolina’s scenic byways. Within a 20 mile radius there are over 50 pottery studios to visit. Set your own pace as you go from shop to shop. You’ll most likely be greeted by the potters themselves. Seagrove offers a range of pottery, from functional everyday use, sculptural, folk art, to historical forms from