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Things to Do in New Bern

November 21st, 2014 Posted by cklotz_admin
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With 300 years of history and a nice mix of modern entertainment, New Bern, North Carolina offers something for everyone. Whether you are visiting with a loved one, your entire family, or anyone else, you will find plenty to see and do around every corner. While the amount of attractions and landmarks in New Bern… Read the full article

Tourism in North Carolina Growing

August 25th, 2014 Posted by cklotz_admin
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Commerce information for the State of North Carolina was finally released for the year of 2013, and the numbers for tourism have jumped up all over the state. More and more people are not only coming to the Tar Heel State, but spending increasing amounts of money across the state. This proves that North Carolina… Read the full article

Live Entertainment on the Weekend in New Bern

August 14th, 2014 Posted by cklotz_admin
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This weekend is going to be filled with music and fun in New Bern as a number of events come into town. For the Weekend of the 16th in August we will see the Dog Days of Summer taking over the city at the Isaac Taylor Garden as early as Thursday night with Rick Huff…. Read the full article

Bern Summer Blast

August 7th, 2014 Posted by cklotz_admin
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New Bern is a beautiful and historic community that the Hanna House Bed & Breakfast is happy to call home. We’ve spoken before about many of the local attractions that make a weekend in our luxurious suites a memorable getaway for everyone. Throughout the summer, this friendly and inviting town is the setting for a… Read the full article

Electricity for New Bern

July 31st, 2014 Posted by cklotz_admin
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The Duke Energy Progress just recently bought out the generating assets of 32 cities, which includes New Bern. This is because there were many electricity and power generation assets that the NCEMPA owned that were costing them a few billion dollars. So they had to find a way to off the debt they had accumulated… Read the full article

Questions to Ask When Considering a B&B

June 3rd, 2014 Posted by cklotz_admin
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Hanna House wants you and your guests to have the best possible Bed & Breakfast experience. It should be a getaway tailored to your relaxation needs. In order to optimize that getaway, we’ve put together a few must-ask questions that we recommend inquiring about before you book your accommodation. First, if you’re a smoker, you… Read the full article

Tryon Palace in New Bern, NC

May 13th, 2014 Posted by cklotz_admin

You can’t visit New Bern, NC without stopping at the Tryon Palace. It’s the jewel of our city, encompassing the Governor’s Palace, labyrinthine gardens, historic homes, North Carolina History Center, and a stunning lunch spot on the New Bern Waterfront. The site is so vast that it can be difficult getting started on your venture…. Read the full article

May 7th, 2014 Posted by Camille Klotz

New Bern has planned a very busy May. Friday the 9th is ARTcrawl, Saturday 10 th is Art on the Neuse, Duffest, and the Antique Auto and Art. Wednesday May 14, is a Civil War Roundtable being held at the Fireman’s Museum. On the week-end of the 16-18 is the MCAS Cherry Point Air Show,… Read the full article

Vacationing in New Bern, NC

April 17th, 2014 Posted by cklotz_admin

The local community of New Bern, NC has a bevy of tourist attractions that will make any visitor at the Hanna House wish they had scheduled an entire week’s stay. A very rich history in this area has led to a vibrant culture of arts, entertainment and recreational opportunities in our region. Many of our… Read the full article

The Classy, Colonial Atmosphere of Hanna House

April 7th, 2014 Posted by cklotz_admin

One of the things we hear from people who have tried bed & breakfasts in the past and aren’t keen on repeating the experience is that they stayed in some pretty low-quality accommodations. The phrase “bed & breakfast” typically denotes a quaint, idyllic getaway in the countryside, full of homemade comforts. When a couple walks… Read the full article