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Big Mill B&B Named Inn of the Year by NCBBI

Big Mill B&B has been chosen Inn of the Year by North Carolina Bed & Breakfast and Inns We are waving flags and tooting horns. This is a great honor – we are thrilled.

Eastern North Carolina Bed and Breakfast named Inn of the Year by NC Bed and Breakfast & Inns

At the celebration dinner at King’s Daughter Inn our outgoing president Frank Salvo of White Gate Inn (in Asheville), standing in for Ms. Paula Deen, presented the Inn of the Year award to Chloe Tuttle, innkeeper and owner of Big Mill Bed & Breakfast in Williamston, NC.

Inn of the Year award presented to Big Mill Bed and Breakfast in Williamston, NC by Frank Salvo, as Paula Deen

The President’s Award went to Rachel Reid of Andon-Reid Inn (in Waynesville, NC).  It’s pretty obvious — we had a good time at the festivities.

North Carolina Bed & Breakfast & Inns is a great organization and it just celebrated its 25th anniversary. If you see the NCBBI logo beside an inn’s name, you know this inn has been inspected and is held to the highest standards. Big Mill Bed and Breakfast is proud to belong to this wonderful group.

North Carolina Bed & Breakfast & Inns

Chloe Tuttle, Big Mill innkeeper near Greenville, NC

Photos by Chloe Tuttle of Big Mill B&B 252-792-8787

Author: Chloe Tuttle

I am a farm girl who sailed the world, returned home to the family farm and opened Big Mill Bed and Breakfast. Join us for a quiet getaway 252-792-8787.

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