Completed in 1909, Double Oaks is one of only a handful of surviving examples of Colonial Revival-style architecture in Greensboro and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The home is known as Double Oaks because of the two spectacular, sprawling oak trees in the front yard, both more than 200 years old. The third floor of the home was restored in late 2018, adding two new guest rooms. Overnight guests are treated to a gourmet breakfast, and have full access to many leisure activities in the home or outdoors. But your experience doesn’t have to be limited to the grounds. The inn offers car service with your choice of historic vehicle for an evening on the town.

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