People say that as soon as you cross the bridge over Bath Creek something changes. Bath cradled along the shoreline, the sailboats at anchor, the tall pines, the waters stretching out towards the Pamlico. Even with its beauty and tranquility, Bath is less than a two hour drive from the Raleigh-Durham Triangle.
Graced with their own Bed and Breakfast in the heart of the historic district, The Bath Creek Inn has all the charm and detail of a centuries old home with the ammenities of modern day. Many guests come to explore the historical activities here in North Carolina's oldest town.
The Bath area beckons to visitors to get outside. From kayaking to sailing to sport-fishing, Bath offers many ways to enjoy the water. And, whether you are an avid touring cyclist or happy to poke around town on a one-speed cruiser, there is great biking in the Bath area.
Eastern North Carolina is home to many natural areas. From walking trails to the annual swan migration, nearby parks and refuges offer endless opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast.