Scotch Hall Preserve perfect center point for exploring coastal North Carolina

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Scotch Hall Preserve is the perfect central  point on your compass to start exploring all of the beautiful places that Eastern North Carolina has to offer… One half hour travel time…Windsor, North Carolina Visit historic Hope Plantation near Windsor, spend the day immersed in the past in a more genteel time and place. Built in 1803 this Federal Style home was built for David Stone and his family. Mr. Stone was a legislator in Congress and the Senate, also the governor of North Carolina from 1808-1810. See how one of these large plantation homes were run as a working farm of 3,000 acres and the center of day to day life for the family and neighbors. Hope Plantation offers weekly tours and several special events during the year. Call for information at  252-794-3140, please call for tour time and days. Their address is 132 Hope House Road, Windsor, N.C. 27982. The town of Windsor offers a variety of actives, shops, and restaurants to make your short trip to visit them worthwhile! This historic town boast lovely homes in the historic district dating from as far back as 1780. The Roanoke Cashie River Center for the water enthusiast, rents kayaks, canoes, and paddle boat rentals. Call for reservations at 252-794-2001 or visiting them at 112 West River Street, Windsor, N.C. 27983. The Liverman Park mini zoo is located at 103 York Street, Windsor, N.C. 27983, they boast animals from buffalos to emus and a Wetland Walk area with an observation deck to view the local wildlife and natural treasures. Shopping, restaurants, and points of interest dot the streets of historic Windsor. The Windsor Craftsman and Farmers Museum gives the visitor a peek into the past in this Eastern North Carolina community.  Wood working as well as farm equipment and practices from days gone by, give an overview of how important this work was for the community. For hours of operation check the museums FaceBook page at, their address is 203 Granville Street, Windsor, North Carolina 27983. The Inn at Grays Landing is a lovely historic home right in the middle of Windsor. It is open for supper Thursday evenings at the Back Porch Wine Bar, from 6:30 p.m. till… during the summer months. Lynette, the Inn Keeper, is available to plan assist you in planning a supper party for 10 or more,  and also host events such as bridal showers and birthday celebrations. The Inn is a working Bed and Breakfast with a tempting breakfast each morning. Their telephone number is 252-793-2255 and their address is 401 South King Street, Windsor, North Carolina, 27983. A visit to the Inn at Gray’s Landing is well with the short trip! So come and visit us in Windsor and see what we have to offer! Next time we will go to Historic Plymouth, North Carolina…until next time, keep on exploring!