Morehead Manor Receives Rave Reviews

Morehead Manor receives rave reviews.  We are thrilled when our guests take the time to give us feedback.  We are thankful for our many positive comments.  We strive to make every guest’s stay at Morehead Manor the best experience possible. … Continue reading

Morehead Manor Best Durham Bed and Breakfast 2016

Morehead Manor named “Best Durham Bed and Breakfast” in 2016 by Durham Magazine.  This is such an honor to have earned this recognition from our local Durham community.  We feel the love and extend warm Southern hospitality to our guests. … Continue reading

Romantic Valentine’s Day Dinner at Morehead Manor in Durham

    Have a romantic Valentine’s Day Dinner at Morehead Manor in Durham.  To make your Valentine’s Day even more special, Morehead Manor Bed and Breakfast is adding an intimate Valentine’s dinner at the Inn.  This romantic opportunity will take place … Continue reading

The South’s Tastiest Town: Durham, NC

The South’s Tastiest Town just might be Durham, North Carolina.  The Bull City is full of award-winning restaurants offering original cuisine made from fresh local Durham fare.  Out of Durham’s more than 700 restaurants, more than 50 have been recognized … Continue reading

Mavis Will Take You There: Full Frame Theater in Durham

  MAVIS! is returning to Durham for a one-night-only free screening at the Full Frame Theater on 320 Blackwell Street at the American Tobacco Campus on November 20 at 7:30pm (doors open at 7:00pm). The Full Frame Theater makes its home in … Continue reading

Best Thing to Do in Durham: Duke Gardens

According to TripAdvisor, the #1 best thing to do in Durham, North Carolina is to visit the Sarah P. Duke Gardens at 420 Anderson Street on Duke University campus.  More than 55 acres of lush, award-winning gardens, each with its … Continue reading

Morehead Manor of Durham on UNC TV

Morehead Manor of Durham was featured on UNC TV with NC Weekend host Deborah Holt Noel. We are situated in the Historic Morehead Hill which was founded by people who worked at the tobacco companies. The Morehead Manor house was originally built by … Continue reading