Discover The Allure Of This Family Gathering Place
North Carolina is known for its scenic splendor and languid lifestyle. Here in the hidden, but easy to get to northeast corner you will find a classic blend of all of Carolina’s assets—favorable climate, natural beauty, and unbounded recreational experiences that will cater to every member of your family.
Here on the banks of the Sound you’ll find Scotch Hall, equidistant from historic Windsor, the seat of Bertie County, and the picturesque and celebrated town of Edenton, seat of Chowan County. The charm of small town living. Yet an easy drive from city lights: Greenville (1 hour), Raleigh (2 hours), Washington, D.C. (4.5 hours), Richmond (2.5 hours), Norfolk, (1.5 hours), and many other cities of Eastern North Carolina and the Mid-Atlantic region.
So if you’re seeking quiet solitude, adventure or city lights, it’s all within reach.
Just 20 minutes to the northeast of Scotch Hall is the charming and historic town of Edenton, named the “Prettiest Small Town in the South” by Forbes Magazine. North Carolina’s second oldest town, Edenton was one of the fledgling nation’s chief political, cultural, and commercial centers.
Plymouth and Windsor
The town of Plymouth is situated along the Roanoke River where visitors will discover Port ‘O Plymouth History/Civil War Museum, The Roanoke River Lighthouse and Maritime Museum.
King Street, in the heart of the nearby Historic District of Windsor, includes many fine examples of 18th and 19th Century architecture. Just outside of Windsor is Hope Plantation, home to the Hope Mansion, built in 1803 by Governor David Stone and is a stunning example of an academic architectural combination of Federal and Georgian architecture.