The Port City Guest House is a subtle accommodations option that will appeal to visitors who want to be close to all of the downtown area’s many amenities, but who prefer a quiet and smaller spot to call home. Located within a 1915 era home that is bursting with enticing period features and architectural details, this cozy Bed and Breakfast is a comfortable respite in a city that’s brimming with activity.
The Port City Guest House is located on the outskirts of the Downtown area along Market Street (US Business Highway 17) which makes it easy to reach and close to the action, but it’s bordered primarily by other stately residents which makes it feel like home. There are four rooms within the inn which are all appointed with TVs, telephones, and study areas, and old world furnishings and décor add a nice dose of charm to the otherwise modern environment. There are a number of common areas, including shady porches and scenic gardens, and guests will enjoy an expertly prepared southern breakfast, with staples like creamy grits, biscuits, and waffles. With lots of charm around every corner, and a location that’s well-suited for Downtown explorers, the Port City Guest House offers a serene slice of life in busy Wilmington.