Comfortable, clean, great location.
This property was perfect for our visit with family in Ahoskie. My husband and I from Niagara Falls, my 90 year old mother-in-law from Ahoskie and sister-in-law from Colorado were very comfortable spending a week at the Hardison House. Compared to finding 3 rooms at a Bed and Breakfast or hotel rooms this house was much more reasonable cost wise. And we were able to have breakfast and other meals together. We packed sandwiches for our day excursions, had leftovers and nephew prepared a crock pot dessert. We were able to get laundry done for trips home. Had some mean Skipbo card games and a monopoly game until 1:30 am. Different family visited and were able to share the sights of Edenton. We ate at Mexican restaurant, had Chinese take out, great meal at Waterman's Grill. Did the trolley tour of Edenton. We spent a day on Outer Banks visiting Wright Brother's Memorial and Cape Hatteras Light house where my husband's family the Quigley's were lighthouse keepers and a romp on the beach. We thoroughly enjoyed being so close to the Federal Fish Hatchery. The park ranger gave us a tour and we saw the bass almost ready to be released. Lots of herons there and the eagles were awesome. The boardwalk over to Pembroke Creek had interesting sites and peaceful. My 90 year old mother in law made the walk just fine. It is also a great place for a morning run. They open the gates at 7:00am. Food Lion was convenient. We stocked up on groceries and bought shrimp and pies to take to Ahoskie for Thanksgiving with family. We also met family for dinner at Deadwood. Fried everything. Sort of a mini amusement park. Loved the sunporch. Had my morning coffee there. House is in a very private setting. Rural but just outside town. Traffic on main road but with windows closed didn't disturb. Great to have place to be outside. Possibly needs some chairs for sitting outside. Only other suggestion would be more hooks in bathroom or bedrooms to hang towels. We all loved Hardison House! Would certainly recommend the house.
THE HARDISON HOUSE in Historical Edenton the "South's Prettist Little Town"