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Reviewed 11 June 2006

Don't stay here--stay at the newly renovated, lovely Granville Queen. The Captain's Quarters is OK, but our room was a bit shabby and our bathroom was something out of a 1970s trailer park. The hosts are nice, but they shouldn't be charging what they do given that they are right nextdoor to the historic, elegant Granville Queen. It's amazing, but both places cost the same. We toured the Granville Queen, including its rooms, and we will know better next time. That's the place to stay in Edenton.

  • Stayed: June 2006
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96  Thank scuba-diver-ca
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Rochioli, Owner at Captain's Quarters Inn, responded to this reviewResponded 21 July 2015

All of the bath rooms have been upgraded in 2013/14.

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Reviewed 3 April 2006

Booked a wine-and-dine package at the Captains' Quarters Inn recently during a 3 night stay in Edenton, NC. The location is ideal for walks through the historic center of Edenton, close to the waterfront. The rooms are decorated with a nautical motif, each one different and very tastefully done. The hosts, Don and Diane, are very friendly and accommodating. But here's the best part: the FOOD!
Diane is a Master Chef and Don really knows his wines, so for our dinner the 2nd night we were treated to a fabulous 4 course meal with wine. Not only is this the best place in town for food, it would be the best place in most towns for food. The cuisine easily compares to the finest restaurants in the world's best restaurant towns (Paris and San Francisco come to mind). This is THE place to stay.

  • Stayed: March 2006, travelled on business
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18  Thank Maggie93
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Reviewed 22 May 2005

Would have been perfect if the bed didn't squeak so much. We thoroughly enjoyed our 2-night stay at Captain's Quarters. This was our first B&B, but our more experienced fellow guests confirmed our impressions that this was a great place. We had spacious, well decorated rooms with large private baths and lots of hot water. Don and Diane Pariseau were very hospitable and made sure everyone's needs were met at the Inn and during our free time. We had a wine package which raised our expertise and helped us socialize with the other guests. The gourmet meal on night two was better than any other in town (we tried the other places). Again, the only distraction for us was our bed barked at the slightest move. We highly recommend this B&B; given the Saturday night dining alternatives staying anywhere else in Edenton would be a mistake.

  • Stayed: May 2005
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11  Thank OZisKTB
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Reviewed 9 April 2005

Excellent B&B with gourmet dining and superb wine list. Husband and wife team are transplants from Sonoma, California. They owned the Triliogie Restaurant in St. Helena. The B&B is just walking distance to the the water.

They offer many packages from Wine & Dine to Sailing.

6  Thank Cosmopolitan19980
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Reviewed 21 September 2004

On a recent trip I stayed at the Captain's Quarters Inn in Edenton. The inn is charming and cozy, the hosts make you feel at home - but the reason for this review: the dinners you get are outstanding: a great mixture between world-class cooking and local dishes.
All guests that tried anything else in town were sorry the next morning, when we told them at breakfast what they missed. Book a wine-and-dine weekend and don't make the same mistake!

8  Thank Roam14712
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