Pine Crest Inn

Once owned by Donald Ross, the Pine Crest Inn is known for its fabulous food, friendly bar, and wonderful accommodations. Centrally located in the Village of Pinehurst, the Inn serves breakfast and dinner daily, and breakfast on Sundays until 1:00 pm. The bar and pub menu is available beginning at 3:00 pm seven days a week.

Phone:  (910) 295-6121, (800) 371-2545

Address: 50 Dogwood Road, PO Box 879, Pinehurst, NC 28374

Meeting Facilities

Once owned by Donald Ross, the Pine Crest Inn is known for its fabulous food, friendly bar, and wonderful accommodations. Centrally located in the Village of Pinehurst, the Inn serves breakfast and dinner daily, and breakfast on Sundays until 1:00 pm. The bar and pub menu is available beginning at 3:00 pm seven days a week.

Pine Crest Inn has a place in history in the quaint village of Pinehurst. For golfers, it exudes with the historic significance and passion for the game of golf. It is also the perfect spot for business meetings (being central to the major North Carolina cities of Charlotte, Raleigh-Durham, and Wilmington), or incentive trips for your company or clients, where business and pleasure can be combined in our unique environment.

Pine Crest Inn:
MEETING FACILITIES INFO

NameDimensionsSquare FeetU-ShapedTheaterClassroomBanquet
Main Dining Room25 X 35875N/A857080
East Room20 X 3570040606060
Ross Room20 X 30360N/A303030
Crystal Room12 X 18216N/AN/AN/A12

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Convention & Visitors Bureau Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Aberdeen Area

65 Community Road
Pinehurst, NC 28374
1-800-346-5362
Fax: 910-692-2493

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DID YOU KNOW?

The Pinehurst area is the home of five past equestrian Olympians.

2024

Pinehurst No. 2 will host the U.S. Open Championship for the fourth time in only 25 years.

INTERESTING FACT

The House in the Horseshoe, built in 1772, was placed on the State Historic Register in 1955.

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