Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Oakwood is an enchanting neighborhood of restored and carefully ... More
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Oakwood is an enchanting neighborhood of restored and carefully maintained Victorian and Antebellum homes. It offers an ideal view for a stroll. Lovely anytime of the year, Oakwood is truly at its finest at the annual Christmas Candlelight Tour and in the spring, when the gardens put on their best show. Bordered by Franklin, Watauga, Linden, Jones and Person Streets. Close to the Executive Mansion.
I stayed at the Oakwood Inn in 1996 while passing through Raleigh on vacation to the outerbanks. I walked two blocks and a very nice man on Jones St. invited us in for refreshments and shared the history of Oakwood. In 1998 I moved to Raleigh and Oakwood impressed me again with their hospitality as another kind person on Bloodworth poured us glasses of champagne. Moving to Oakwood has been my reason for staying in Raleigh, my closest relatives are in Louisiana and my other family has become my neighborhood. Oakwood has impressed my parents as well and they plan to move here as well.
The Residence Inn Raleigh Cary is situated approximately 15 miles from downtown Raleigh and 16 miles from Raleigh Durham International
Airport. This Marriott hotel is in a prime location less than one mile from WakeMed Cary Hospital and between ...
Hampton Raleigh North is located on the north side of the city at the I 440 Beltline, just minutes from
downtown and 15 miles east of Research Triangle Park. Hotel amenities include a breakfast buffet, business benter, fitness center, ...
The ultimate carnival, this ten day event held each year in mid October, is a ritual for most locals. Where
else can you feast on roasted corn, funnel cakes and sausage sandwiches, view prize winning livestock, witness bizarre carnival ...