Lodging and Area Information

Greenville MapGreenville and Pitt County are located in the north-central coastal plain region of Eastern North Carolina, approximately 85 miles east of Raleigh, the capital city of North Carolina. Greenville is approximately 87 miles west of the Atlantic Ocean and approximately 265 miles south of our nation’s capital, Washington, DC.

Pitt County has a relatively mild climate and experiences all four seasons each year. The average summer temperature is 84oF while the average winter temperature is 44o F.

Where To Stay In Greenville

Ronald McDonald House

Ronald McDonald House in Greenville
549 Moye Boulevard
Greenville, NC 27834
Phone: (252) 830-0062
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The Ronald McDonald House in Greenville offers families a way to stay together, in proximity to the treatment facility, and be comfortable and cared for during their stay. Families are stronger when they are together, which helps in the healing process. By staying at a Ronald McDonald House, parents can also can better communicate with their child’s medical providers and keep up with complicated treatment plans when needed.

The generosity of volunteers and donors make it all possible. In return, families are asked to make a donation of $10 per day. The RMHC Global Policy is that families are never turned away; if it’s not possible to pay, the fee is waived.

Holiday Inn Greenville

203 Southwest Greenville Boulevard
Greenville, North Carolina 27834
(252) 355-8300


Holiday Inn Express Greenville

909 Moye Blvd
Greenville, North Carolina 27834
(252) 754-8300


Home-Towne Suites

2111 W Arlington Blvd
Greenville, NC 27834
(252) 752-3411


Candlewood Suites Greenville NC

1055 Waterford Commons Drive
Greenville, North Carolina 27834
(252) 317-3000


Hampton Inn

305 SW Greenville Boulevard,
Greenville, North Carolina, 27834
(252) 355-7400


Microtel Inns & Suites

Around Greenville


Rich history, natural beauty, and quaint southern culture set the stage for a wondrous overnight or weekend getaway at the heart of the Inner Banks in Washington, North Carolina. Named for General George Washington in 1776, the area’s deep heritage is matched only by its lush natural setting where an abundance of recreational, educational and cultural activities happen throughout the year.

A boardwalk on the Pamlico, timeless shops on Main Street, and southern heritage on every corner – Washington is the perfect port of call for a fun-filled weekend. Just a short trip up the Pamlico River from the Intracoastal Waterway, Washington is well known for its historic waterfront district, which offers elegant dining and an endless array of cultural experiences. If you’re interested in spending a weekend on the water, charter one of the many sailing vessels that make their home here. Washington is also a great home base for a tour of the region on North Carolina’s ferry system. When it comes to the water, there’s always something happening at the heart of the Inner Banks.
Drive time is about 30 minutes.

New Bern

New Bern and Craven County offer a variety of cultural, educational and historical attractions, from a magnificent palace, to museums and even beautiful gardens. There is something for everyone to enjoy!  Visit Tryon Palace, known in colonial times as one of the most beautiful public buildings in America, the elegant Georgian-style mansion served as both home of Royal Governor William Tryon and the capital of the Colony of North Carolina. The Birthplace of Pepsi – On this spot in his pharmacy, Caleb Bradham invented “Brad’s Drink,” which later he patented as Pepsi Cola. Today you can relax and enjoy a Pepsi Cola at the recreated soda fountain and purchase a souvenir.
Drive time is about 45 minutes.

Outer Banks

The distinct towns and villages of the Outer Banks has so much to explore with more than twenty national, state and historic sites to over one hundred miles of dynamic barrier islands. Add the many quaint shops, unique coastal restaurants, safe family environment and variety of affordable accommodations. Rediscover the New World at Roanoke Island Festival Park, a tribute to the first English settlers in North America from 1585-1587. Step aboard a replica 16th century sailing vessel, Elizabeth II, and learn about life on the high seas in the age of discovery and colonialism. Visit the Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum and learn about the 1,000’s of shipwrecks offshore including the U.S.S. Monitor and World War II submarines. America’s Beach is home to some of the largest remaining tracts of undeveloped seashore in the United States along the Cape Hatteras National Seashore, where you will find the tallest lighthouse in North America at Cape Hatteras, one of five lighthouses on the Outer Banks.
Drive time is about 2 hours and 30 minutes.


Big City Entertainment: Attractions & More. When you’re looking for the excitement and attractions of a great city, combined with the affordability, approachability and appeal of a classic Southern town, look no further than Greater Raleigh.

Best known for its world-class museums, best of Broadway shows and live concerts, Capital area historic sites, professional and amateur sporting events and shopping mecca status with nine major retail areas, Greater Raleigh truly offers a variety of entertainment all in one park-like, scenic setting.
Drive time is about 1 hour and 30 minutes.