History, Charm and Southern Hospitality
When visiting Pinehurst, guests may want to stay at one of the accommodations listed below, or perhaps visit one of our many attractions.
80 Carolina Vista Drive, Pinehurst
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A favorite resort destination for over 100 years, offering the best in golf, spa, tennis and Southern hospitality. The site of the 2005 U.S. Open Championship and 2008 U.S. Amateur Championship, this Four-Diamond resort offers 8 signature golf courses and is in the heart of Pinehurst. In addition to the champion golf courses, Pinehurst Resort also offers guests special pampering at The Spa which is located directly beside the main hotel, the Carolina.
155 Cherokee Road, Pinehurst
Every detail has been attended to, both inside and on the spacious grounds on this hotel located in the center of the Village of Pinehurst.
The decor at The Holly Inn is reminiscent of times gone by. As soon as you walk in the door of the picturesque Holly, time stops. Just look at the saying above the door, and you'll see it's true. "Time goes you say? Alas, no. Time stays. We go."
The Holly Inn is a Four-Diamond hotel in North Carolina that houses our best Four-Diamond Restaurant, the 1895 Grille. Along with this fabulous Southern-influenced cuisine restaurant The Holly Inn has "The Tavern" which features an authentic hand-carved Scottish bar and serves cocktails, lunch and dinner.
50 Dogwood Road, Pinehurst
Owned for the last 40 years by Bob Barrett, managed today by Bob's son, Peter, and staffed by people who care about guest's comfort and pleasure, The Pine Crest Inn was previously owned for 27 years (until his death in 1948) by legendary international golf course architect, Donald Ross. Guests of the Pine Crest have long gazed through the inn's windows upon surroundings nestled comfortably in tall pine trees while dining in a restaurant some say is simply "the best".
65 Magnolia Rd, Pinehurst
At the corner of Magnolia and Chinquapin Rd., in the heart of historic Pinehurst, stands the elegant Magnolia Inn. Graceful longleaf pines and fragrant magnolias surround this stately 110 year old Inn. Step right off our front porch into the village, where you can find a variety of shops, restaurants and galleries. Or you can take a horse drawn carriage and tour the winding streets of this quaint New England-style village.
150 Cherokee Road, Pinehurst
The Tufts Archives is a non-profit organization that preserves and displays the unique history of Pinehurst, North Carolina, from its founding in 1895 to the present. The archives, located in a wing of the Given Memorial Library on the Village Green in Pinehurst, was built in 1975. Its creation was spurred by Richard S.Tufts, grandson of the founder of the village, James Walker Tufts. Richard Tufts and other family members created the Tufts Foundation, which provided the funding for the archives, and a small endowment. The archives operates through the generous donations of our patrons, the sale of images and graphics, and specific fundraisers; and is open to the public, researchers, media and scholars free of charge.
395 Magnolia Road, Pinehurst
is a charming, vibrant community which reflects our rich history and traditions, enhanced by a unique combination of cultural arts and recreational activities.
Village of Pinehurst
395 Magnolia Road
Pinehurst, NC 28374
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