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The Duke Mansion
400 Hermitage Road
Charlotte, NC, 28207, USA
704-714-4400 | 888-202-1009
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The Duke Mansion, Charlotte, NC

Find yourself in southern splendor at The Historic Duke Mansion. Whether you're looking for a luxurious inn, a state-of-the-art meeting place, or the perfect backdrop for your special family celebration you'll always feel welcomed at The Duke Mansion. We pride ourselves on personalized service and exceeding your expectations.

Find Yourself In Southern Splendor

Enjoy a restful overnight in one of our individually decorated 20 guest rooms.  Forget that you are just 2 miles from center city and delight in the serenity of our 4 1/2 acres of gardens and grounds.  Stroll to a local shop or restaurant through one of Charlottes most historic neighborhoods.  Or just curl up on one of our screened in porches with a book and a glass of tea.

Here you’ll enjoy Southern charm wrapped in modern luxury , with the added benefit of individual attention.

Built in 1915 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Duke Mansion is operated as a nonprofit with all proceeds being used to preserve and protect this community treasure. Come enjoy this historic landmark, refreshed and renewed, in preparation for our 100th anniversary. 

Proven Winners® Signature Gardens

The Duke Mansion has recently been designated one of only four Proven Winners® Signature
Gardens in the country, featuring North America’s #1 plant brand. This designation includes a wonderful partnership with Four Star Greenhouse in Carleton, Michigan along with our local partners Jim Lawrence of Providence Landscape Group, Kings Greenhouse, a local Proven Winners grower with the creative leadership of Laurie Durden. This enhancement is at the center of a multi-year effort to renovate and restore the 4.5 acres of gardens and grounds in advance of The Mansion’s 100th anniversary in 2015 and will be funded by the recently launched 100th Anniversary campaign. The new garden plan will include a loop walking path improving access to the grounds for guests and visitors.