The Hamilton Scot Inn’s keeper is Eric Hoke; Eric has over 30 years of experience in the fine dining and hospitality industry.
Eric built this home in 2003 with entertaining in mind. Eric opened the Hamilton Scot Inn to guests in 2013. Eric is a history buff and made sure the home was full of history; even the walls have a story!
One of the first exquisite features you will notice when you enter the inn is our gorgeous hardwood floors. Our parquet hardwood floor is a recreation of Thomas Jefferson’s parquet hardwood floors in Monticello. When you look around the inn, you will notice our walls with exquisite wood paneling; we brought this paneling in from the First Citizens Bank that was torn down in Raleigh in 1990. A few other pieces that have a wonderful story include:
As you walk up the stairs to our guest suites, you will see our luxurious wrought iron railing which was created by David DeSantis who is a blacksmith and artist that works with iron; David’s work is currently being featured on HGTV for the quality and service that he provides to homes that he customizes!
Cary is a town that has been growing for years, but the Hamilton Scot Inn is tucked away on 14 acres. You’ve found a tranquil setting with great views of wetlands located only 10 minutes from RDU International Airport. The inn is secluded from the busy sounds of the city, but convenient to wherever you need to go in the Triangle. This incredible bed and breakfast in Cary, North Carolina is located equal distance from Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill.
Our kitchen houses only locally sourced foods and exquisite wines. When visiting this Cary Bed and Breakfast, you will receive a cooked-to-order breakfast each and every morning!
The Hamilton Scot Inn is equipped with four well-appointed suites, each with it’s own private bath and entry. We are one of the few inns to allow pets to stay with you as well. To learn more about the suite options, view our suites and rates.