Our cozy private suite located just out our back door is perfect for a place to rest your head for a few nights.
The full size memory foam mattress is in the loft with space below to rest and wind down.
*Not recommended for small children or individuals who aren't able to climb a ladder.
We are within walking distance to restaurants, a coffee shop, a grocery store and Duck Rabbit Brewey.
Just a short drive into Greenville.
Let us know if you have questions!
The space includes a private bathroom with a clawfoot tub.
A quant coffee bar is available for your morning cup of joe!
Blue Yonder Properties presents The Goldsboro Loft! Located in the historic district of downtown GSB, the Goldsboro Loft offers the highest quality appliances and finishes that keep with the historic and industrial charm of downtown Goldsboro. This specific dwelling is 2320 total sq ft. and was designed with industrial decor and furnishings. It offers high-end charm for travelers on a budget! Located over Goldsboro newest bar, Goldsboro Brew Works, come out for an exciting night on the town!
The Goldsboro Loft is unlike anything else in this part of the country. The amount of detail that was put into this historic building in order to keep with its industrial charm is unprecedented. The design and beauty of this space along with its location to Goldsboro's newest nightlife will allow for a very enjoyable stay.
Downtown Goldsboro! The Goldsboro Loft is located directly above Goldsboro Brew Works tap room bar. It is down the street from the new wine bar opening in the fall called Barrique. There are also many other bars, restaurants, and shopping within a stones throw of the Loft. Everything is walking distance.
Located in a 1901 historic home that was divided into studio lofts, in the heart of the warehouse district. With east south and west facing 10' windows, you can experience the sunrise from behind the skyline with the smell of freshly roasted coffee from the roastery across the street and in 12 hours watch the sunset down hargett street from behind the old Wake county courthouse with gentle chitter chatter from the brewery across the street.