The Elizabethtown Inn

Elizabethtown Inn picture of exterior

The Elizabethtown Inn


Hotel & Motel



Stay in the historic Colonel John McDowell House, circa 1834, one of the oldest structures in charming Elizabethtown, North Carolina, founded in 1773.


The Inn offers 21st century conveniences in comfortable, tastefully renovated rooms.

  1. has complimentary breakfast.
  2. free parking and WiFi
  3. payment types are cash, credit cards, and check.
  4. has less the 10 rooms and rentals

Additional Info

Dating to around 1834, the Elizabethtown Inn is one of the oldest structures still standing in Bladen County, North Carolina. Originally the home of Colonel John McDowell, the house reportedly served as a hospital during the Civil War.

The house is in the Greek Revival style of architecture, and has been called home by half a dozen different families over the years. Several renovations and additions have been made since the house was originally constructed, and in the late 1930s the house was moved a couple hundred yards from its original site, just east of the current location. In 2015, renovations began to create the Inn.

Breakfast included

Ample off-street parking

Free wireless internet

Space available for meetings & receptions

Cable TV in each guest room

Fine quality bedding, linens, and towels

Complimentary toiletries


Elizabethtown Inn picture of exterior


Christine Marais

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