Howard House -
New Bern
The James M. Howard House, built between 1888 and 1892, is one of New Bern's few surviving examples of Queen Anne influenced architecture. James M. Howard came from a family long active in the shipbuilding business, but was engaged in mercantile and business pursuits. By 1904, he was a partner with Elijah Hester in the ownership of the Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse Company. This handsome example of Victorian-period craftsmanship includes all street-facing windows upper sash are glazed with small colored glass panes surrounding a larger clear pane. The highlight of this home is the corner tower, each of its five sides glazed and having diagonal board aprons beneath each window. The present Neo-Classical front porch is a ca.1910 replacement of a smaller portico.

Howard House
Victorian Bed & Breakfast

Steven & Kimberly Wynn
207 Pollock Street, New Bern, North Carolina 28560
(252) 514-6709 
(800) 705-5261

Howard House Bed & Breakfast

Prepare to relax!  Howard House Victorian Bed & Breakfast offers six comfortable guest rooms with wonderful common areas for our guests to find fun conversation or private time to read a book! Our front porch is spacious and has a swing, rocking chairs, tables and a view of the Neuse River. Our large sitting Parlor offers a cozy fireplace and a comfortable area for our guests to converse, play games, read, play the piano or guitar, listen to soothing music or just relax after a full day of activities around town. Complimentary wine and cheese is provided for our guests in the afternoon from 4:30pm to 6:30pm in the parlor. A guest refrigerator stocked with sodas and an icemaker are available on the first floor for our guest to refresh themselves during the day. As the sun sets on the historic town, homemade desserts are provided in the parlor for our guests to indulge in after returning from dinner.



                                                                  Designed by: LK-Associates     Management by: That Girl Productions  09/18/2010