Summit Street Bed & Breakfast Inns    420 Summit Street & 434 Summit Street    Winston-Salem, NC, USA

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"This is the most sophisticated, elegant, and adult-oriented B&B in Winston-Salem, the kind that appeals to worldly business travelers and romantic couples."          Frommer's Guide  read full review

The Summit Street Bed and Breakfast Inns consists of two large adjacent 100-year-old Victorian houses listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This bed and breakfast inn is located near downtown Winston-Salem, North Carolina in the West End, a National Historic District of fine old homes.  Gourmet restaurants and pubs in historic buildings and antique shops are only one or two blocks away.

Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC

Going out the front door of the Inn, go left on Summit St. until it ends at West End Blvd. Turn left onto West End Blvd. Take the first right onto Reynolda Road. After going through the third traffic light at Reynolda Road & Coliseum Drive, look for the first entrance to Reynolda Village on your right. This entrance with its rock pillars and wrought iron gate will take you to Reynolda House which is part ot the Reynolda Village complex.

Across the street (left side of Reynolda Road) from this first entrance to Reynolda Village, is the entrance to Graylyn Conference Center. Continue down Reynolda Road just beyond the Graylyn entrance and the small sign for SECCA (Southeastern Center for Contempary Art) will be seen on the left.

If you continue down Reynolda Road to the next traffic light, you can turn right into the main entrance of Reynolda Village. As you turn into the entrance, Reynolda Gardens is on your immediate right. However, if you continue straight ahead past the Gardens greenhouse, you must soon turn left. You will then see the Village Tavern sign ahead on your left and you can turn left into their parking lot.

But if you stay on Reynolda Road until the next traffic light, you will see the entrance to Wake Forest University on your right.