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North Carolina

Cozy corners just a drift away from the beach. Cobalt walls. Floral chandeliers. Hammock swings and swaying Spanish moss. Dream your way to North Carolina.



May 24th 2022

VEG NEWS: 7 Best Hotels for Vegans in America

This art-filled, cozy oasis in the historic Wilmington downtown area functions as a B&B that goes above and beyond for vegans and their dogs. All of the furnishings and bedding are vegan, as are the hand soaps (black charcoal made in Puerto Rico) and toiletries (vegan Castile soap products). When you arrive, you’ll receive a map with staff recommendations for vegan-friendly establishments in the neighborhood, and every morning, guests enjoy a complimentary vegan breakfast with dishes such as quinoa porridge and cherry pistachio scones.

September 20th 2019

DOMINO: 6 Budget-Friendly Decor Tricks Hiding in a Playful New Hotel

When Stephan Watts first landed in Wilmington, North Carolina, it was peppered with traditional bed-and-breakfasts in stately Victorian homes. Many were a little stuffy and hadn’t been renovated since the 1990s. Still, he fell in love with the historic coastal town and went house shopping on a whim. That’s when he stumbled upon what is now DREAMERS by DW, a whimsical, light-filled boutique hotel

July 31st 2022

ELUXE: 12 of the best Vegan hotels from around the world

If you had asked me about fully vegan hotels only a few years back, I wouldn’t have even imagined they existed. Hotels with vegan items on the menu, sure. But fully vegan? In terms of decor, services and meals? Ha! But since veganism is on the rise, more and more fully vegan hotels are opening around the world.

January 28th 2023

TRAVEL + LEISURE: 25 Best Weekend Getaways in the South

Dawson’s Creek and other TV and film productions may have put Wilmington on the map, but there’s so much more to this lively riverfront city than Hollywood ties. Stroll the Riverwalk to the skylit Old Wilmington City Market and the rambling Cotton Exchange, a shopping and dining complex spread over several historic buildings. Get Airlie Gardens tickets in advance to see 100,000 azalea trees and a live oak dating back to the 1500s. Wrightsville Beach is 10 minutes away by car, and many other powdery island options are just a bit further. We recommend staying at Dreamers Welcome, a darling design-forward boutique hotel and vacation home.


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