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C.W. Worth House B&B Joins Hospitality Registry

By Staff Reports, posted About 18 hours ago
The C.W. Worth House Bed and Breakfast, 412 S. Third St. in Wilmington, became member of Select Registry Distinguished Inns of North America. (File photo)
Select Registry Distinguished Inns of North America, a collection of more than 250 bed and breakfasts, inns and boutique hotels, welcomed 23 properties into membership in 2022, inluding one in Wilmington.

The local establishment that became a member in 2022 is C.W. Worth House Bed and Breakfast, 412 S. Third St.

"This historic Queen Ann-style bed and breakfast features modern accommodations and conveniences with exceptional personalized service. Guests will be treated to a full gourmet breakfast and complimentary wine social hour during their stay," according to a news release.

Mark Reichle, CEO of Select Registry, stated in the release, "From former churches to private mansions and luxury cabins, there is a wide range of history and accommodation types that our new members represent. The one thing that they all have in common is their dedication to quality."

New members inducted into Select Registry "have passed the most comprehensive quality inspection in the industry," according to the release.

Other new 2022 members in North Carolina include:
  • Aerie Bed and Breakfast in New Bern: "This elegant Victorian home was built in 1882 and offers eight luxury guest rooms, each featuring modern amenities and warm, inviting décor mixed with period furnishings. The inn is conveniently located within walking distance of the downtown historic district of New Bern."
  • Applewood Manor in Asheville: "Located in the Montford area historic district of Asheville this property is just a short walk to the heart of Asheville's bustling and vibrant downtown. Guests will enjoy a highly curated boutique bed and breakfast experience starting with incredible top-of-the-line Duxiana beds and linens."
  • Black Walnut Inn in Asheville: "This charming Victorian inn is less than a mile from downtown and only ten minutes from the historic Biltmore Estate. The property boasts eight uniquely decorated guest rooms, lavishly adorned common areas, a beautiful garden, and much more."
  • Skyline Lodge in Highlands: "Situated on a mountaintop in the Highlands, this Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired design can be found throughout this beautifully renovated motor lodge."
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