Burke Manor History

Burke-Manor-Inn-Front-View

Historic North Carolina Bed & Breakfast Inn

The home that is now The Burke Manor Inn, a historic North Carolina bed and breakfast, has been meticulously restored to its original 1906 grandeur as designed by the Cone family and later enhanced by the Burkes.

Originally owned and built on the 303 Burke Street site by Caesar Cone, a textile magnate (Cone Mills), the Gibsonville, NC home was sold to J.W. Burke in 1911. Four generations of Burkes resided in the house until the home was sold to the Brady Family in 1999 who had the vision to develop it into a fabulous Inn. The Inn is named in honor of its previous, long time owners, Mr. & Mrs. J.W. Burke, who were outstanding citizens in our community, county and in the state of North Carolina.

The Inn restoration, in 1999, was carefully executed to preserve the integrity of the original home while creating luxury bed and breakfast guest rooms.  Immediately, the standard of excellence was set and the Burke Manor Inn was on its way to becoming one of the top bed and breakfast inns in NC.  The inn has all the modern conveniences that guests have come to expect from luxury hotel lodging with the privacy and personalized service of an elegant bed and breakfast.   The full-service AAA 4 Diamond French restaurant,  provides  exceptional food and service.

Today the inn hosts, Lil and Lori, welcome you to the inn and will be honored to present you with the best the hospitality the industry has to offer.