Lamplight Inn a country B & B, & Tobacco Farm Camp

The Lamplight beckons thee.

About US
The 1850's tobacco farm house on 5 acres was renovated in 2002 for guest comfort and convenience. With about 80 chimney lamps (most are electriified) the scene is set for stepping back in time to a more relaxed pace of yesteryear.

The theme rooms are designed to please your senses. Heavenly Haven will make you feel like floating in the clouds with angels. The elegant Regal Room turns each of you into royalty, the Gone With the Wind Room brings back all the romance of the movie that it duplicates .

The tobacco barns set the mood for the campgrounds in the woods. One of the barns has the stone configuration from the days of wood firing the curing process. One of the barns has the gas burners in place for firing. The corn crib is a screened gazebo and the packhouse is decorated with an olio of old tools as is the shaded barn porch.

Our Products
Farm fresh eggs from hens that are fed non GMO healthy food and free range. You can gather your own eggs for breakfast with a choice of egg color. 1850's tobacco farm fully renovated, old tobacco curing barns, screened corn crib gazebo,tobacco memorabilia and tours of the tobacco processing of yesteryear, RV camping, cabin and B & B lodging. gift shop.

1.5 miles from exit #220 of I-85 and 1.5 miles from Kerr Lake, 5 miles north of Henderson, Middleburg area. 45 minutes north of Raleigh on US 1 or Raleigh Durham airport on I-85. Half way between New York and Atlanta.

Hours of Operation
Open from 8AM to 10 PM daily. Please call ahead.

Web Site

Here's where you can find our products
Come to the farm to enjoy a visit to the past and find peace and tranquility with all the modern conveniences.

Lamplight Inn a country B & B, & Tobacco Farm Camp
Shirley Payne
1680 Flemingtown Rd
Henderson, NC 27537
VANCE County
Phone: 252-438-6311
Fax: 252-438-6311

Special News

Midweek at the Inn the 3rd night is FREE. Discounts for seniors and AAA/

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