216 Sampson St., Clinton, NC 28328 - Tel: 910-592-2634

The Richert Inn Bed and Breakfast Clinton NC

The Richert Inn Bed and Breakfast Clinton NC, circa 1916, is listed on the Historic registry as the Robert Herring House. The home was built as a private residence for Mr. Herring, his daughter Maryanna married James Shield and inherited the house. Twin sisters Anita Green and Juanita McLamb converted the house to a bed and breakfast in 1986, naming it the Shield House. In January of 2000 the Inn was purchased by LeAnn Yancey. After her untimely death her husband Scott Mizeski sold the property to Dave & Susan Richert in December of 2012. At this time the Richert’s planned a complete renovation of the property and changed the name to The Richert Inn. The Inn is home to business travelers as well as friends and family of local residents in Clinton. Social events are held on the premises. Guest can enjoy a short walk downtown for browsing gift shops, jewelry and clothing stores, antique shops, and a sample of locally-owend restaurants.

The home is situated on nearly 2 acres in Clinton NC, the county seat of Sampson County. It is located about one hour southeast of Raleigh-Durham Airport and one hour northeast of the Wilmington historic district and some beautiful beaches. The Fort Bragg/Fayetteville area is approximately 40 miles to the west. While continuing as a long established farming community, the 10,000 citizens now find employment in a wide range of industries in a constantly growing community.

The Classic Revival style home features leaded glass windows, soaring Corinthian columns, wrap-around porch, upstairs balcony and Victorian street lights. Once inside guests will find 2 front parlors along with a formal dinning room off the elegant double foyer. The dinning room features a coffer ceiling and crystal chandeliers. The grand central staircase leads to the upstairs lounge and four guest rooms. Antiques fill the home, complimenting the original moldings, wainscoting and interior columns. The wood floors are pine with decorative mahogany inlays.

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