on the Sound at Lasseters Landing in Columbia North Carolina
B&B on the Sound at Lasseters Landing Columbia North Carolina Waterfront Bed and Breakfast Cottages Cabins Lodgings Accommodations
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Hosts/Owners: Betty and Gregg Lasseter
Address: 42 Lasseters Landing, Columbia, North Carolina 27925-8486 USA
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Activities/Attractions: Discover our B&B on the Sound at Lasseters Landing, nestled in the heart of NC's Inner Banks, where it is still un-spoiled, un-crowded and un-complicated. The ever changing sights and sounds of the sky, water and wind creates a kaleidoscope for the senses. Our guests return again and again because we're THE destination for nature enthusiasts and those seeking a quite respite, splendor and beauty. Our affordable luxury waterfront accommodations are surpassed only by the surrounding splendor.
Lasseters Landing is ideally located for day trips to lighthouses, historical sites, museums, aquarium, planetarium, estuary or any of the numerous local preserves and wildlife refuges. The 10 thousand acre Palmetto Peartree Preserve, home to the endangered Red-Cockaded Woodpecker, is just 4 miles from our front door.
In addition to the beautiful Scuppernong River, Tyrrell County is bordered on the north by the Albemarle Sound (one of the East Coast's largest estuarine systems), and to the east by the Alligator River (which is part of the Atlantic coast Intracoastal Waterway System). It goes without saying that water born activities are a major part of Columbia and Tyrrell County's heritage and present day way of life. Our area waterways provide opportunities for sailing, fishing, paddling, hunting, bird watching and many other recreational activities.
"Dear Greg and Betty - it's been very nice meeting you. You have make us feel at home. It's wonderful to connect with people that is in the right path living with enthusiasm and irradiating it around."
"Lifted each morning by Ospreys, the undulating flight of the Pileated Woodpecker, Bald Eagle, red-throated Loon and acrobatic warblers wheezing in cypress trees, I've forgotten the daily grind of rush hour traffic and violent news. This place, suspended in its web of light and birdsong, is one of the best Easter services I've ever attended. I wouldn't change anything here - thank you for your sensitivity to the splendor of the natural universe!"
"Thanks for all your extra time and attention. Great to breathe the fresh air, see the stars, and bask in the luxury of your furnishings. It is fascinating to see how it is possible to make a lifestyle change while being able to appreciate the tremendous amount of planning that has gone into making Lassiter's Landing a balm for the soul."
"Beautiful day. Dad saw bald eagle nest. I saw five frogs. We found a former maritime forest. We went swimming. P.S. Tomorrow I hope to see the eagle nest and a red wolf-maybe a snowy egret."
General Information: Welcome to B&B on the Sound at Lasseters Landing ... a beautiful and quiet retreat with 2 guest rooms located on the Albemarle Sound in Columbia, North Carolina - ideally located in the heart of the Inner Banks. Relax on your covered porch and listen to the waves as they lap against the shoreline. The B&B rooms were custom designed to maximize the views, provide ultimate privacy and are professionally decorated with unique, comfortable furnishings.
Environmentally conscious, we implemented our vision of balancing, developing and preserving our natural resources by applying minimal impact, low density, "green" building practices and materials. The projects' architect and professional designer, Betty Lasseter, artfully and skillfully combined long life, recycled and/or resource efficient products with quality, beauty and durability.
Payment Accepted: MasterCard, VISA, Discover, Cash, and Travelers checks in U.S. currency.
Rates: (Prices quoted in US Dollars).
Enjoy a deluxe continental breakfast and Chef Gregg's fresh baked specialties.
"What a place to make a work week enjoyable! Great hospitality. Spectacular sunrises and sunsets. Evening canoe trips are a must for everyone. The next canal was fabulous and provided an observation for wildlife - a huge osprey nest with the occupants watching us as much as we watched them, an alligator, and much more. This is a place that you can really relax after a work day - This sleepy little place reminds me of what it must have been like in San Fran in '49 upon the discovery of the first gold mine! It won't be a secret for long."
"What a wonderful way to spend a "work week"! Though on business, I was able to enjoy the sunrises, sunsets and canoe while accomplishing my work goals and making some great new friends - my innkeepers! This is an un-discovered treasure."
"What a delightful repose! We've traveled all over the world, but have never stayed anywhere as nice as this. Great views, great food, great fun! This is a good place to call home."
"We spent 3 nights over the New Year. It was comfy, peaceful, beautiful sunrises & sunsets - great hospitality! - & all the necessary equipment! We'll make it an annual event!"
"A lovely vacation made more so by the wonderful helpfulness of gracious hosts. Thank you for your thoughtful suggestions and for opening up to us the many wonders and attractions of Albemarle Sound. We had been planning our visit to the Centennial of Flight for years, but never imagined how much more we would enjoy."
"We have enjoyed our weekend here very much! The room is beautiful and the food - delicious! The grounds here are well designed, simple, peaceful. Your hard work & attention shows! Thank you!"