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We are a NC Bed and Breakfast located in the oldest town in Halifax County, Enfield North Carolina.

We’re centrally located between two popular cities with great outdoor fun, Rocky Mount NC and Roanoke Rapids NC, which is also near the historic city of Halifax NC. We are only a 1 hour and 15 minute drive from Raleigh, for an easy get away weekend in the country. And from Richmond VA, we are 2 hours away.

Enfield NC is east of Medoc Mountain State Park, another popular destination. To learn more about recreation in these areas, be sure to see the Other Places page in our Recreation section.

Halifax County and Enfield are part of North Carolina’s Inner Coastal Plain, and just to the west begins the foothills of the Piedmont. Open vistas of farmland growing tobacco, cotton, and peanuts make for a perfect bicycle trip.

Start at Bellamy Manor and ride out our driveway onto the Ringwood Road straight to Medoc Mountain State Park or travel Thirteen Bridges Road to Scotland Neck’s Sylvan Waterfowl Park. Lovely, flat easy to ride roads lead you to many historic sites.

Whether you are biking, walking or driving there are sights you will never forget. Take a walk around Enfield and spot the architectural gems that abound and visit Aunt Ruby’s Peanut store. Visit the old Masonic Lodge with its grand theater and balcony, a perfect art deco space complete with bas relief of Egyptian themes. The Masonic Lodge is being planned as a cultural arts center with live performance space and film venue.

Lake Gaston is only 30 minutes away. The Roanoke Rapids Theater and Carolina Crossroads are only 20 minutes north. The town of Halifax is a stones throw from Enfield where you will find a completely restored historic village. Paddle the Roanoke River and catch some Rock Fishing or a milder trip on Fishing Creek. Let the Anderson’s take you on a hike through the Dismal Swamp on private land that very few have ever trod.

Rocky Mount to the south, features a great trail that has options for walking, paddling or bike riding. See the Tar River Trail information on our Other Places page in our Recreation section. We’re also about an hour and 15 minutes northwest of Greenville, NC – home of East Carolina University – a cultural haven which includes several theathre projects, shopping and restaurant avenues.  Add another 15 minutes and you’re on the water leading to the Pamlico Sound in the historic walking town of Washington, NC.

The Manor itself sits on 4 acres of established old growth. 100 year old Boxwoods greet you at the front door of the B&B and loblolly pines rustle along the pathways. The scent of lemon from the Magnolia’s in the spring and fall and the bloom of the Camellia’s at Christmastime never cease to amaze.

Built as a fully sustaining manor house within the town borders of Enfield, gardens also surround Bellamy Manor and consist of an enchanted forest woodland on the southwest and a scuppernong grape arbor on the northeast. Pathways have been set to allow visitors to walk through the property and find the various plants, bushes and trees and test their knowledge for naming them and the resident bunnies. Cozy Bear, the Manor’s Golden Retriever, may accompany you if you offer him his special treats found by the Library Door.

Bellamy Manor Bed & Breakfast could be your surprise North Carolina stop.

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