Rosehill Inn Bed & Breakfast
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This beautiful house was built in 1848 by Henry Russell Savage, a prominent Wilmington businessman and banker. It was also the home of Henry Bacon Jr., architect of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. Rosehill Inn has been lovingly restored as an elegant, yet comfortable, bed and breakfast with an eclectic mix of antiques, sumptuous fabrics, fine linens and beautiful gardens.
Our guest rooms at the Rosehill Inn are individually decorated and meticulously appointed with period antiques. Each room has its own private bath. The Tea Rose Room is located on the main floor.
Breakfast at the Inn
Start your day with a cup of Rosehill Inn's specially-blended coffee or large selection of teas, bound to suit any taste. Enjoy the morning paper on our wrap-around porch while the staff prepares an indulgent breakfast, which includes delights such as baked apple-peach French toast, Governor's egg casserole, pecan-banana pancakes, country sausages, and a colorful fresh fruit plate.
Breakfast is served in the large, light filled dining room on an impressive 17' mahogany dining table, flanked by Chippendale-style chairs.