The Mayton Inn Has Been Approved by the Cary Town Council by Unanimous Vote

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45-room luxury Inn moves one step closer to joining the downtown Cary revitalization.

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We have a passion for historical restoration and have loved what we’ve been able to do at The King’s Daughters Inn. We’ll be bringing the same passion to Cary and we can’t wait to be neighbors in that beautiful town.

The Mayton Inn, a project lead by proprietors of The King’s Daughters Inn in Durham, Deanna and Colin Crossman, has been passed by a unanimous vote of the Cary Town Council. The 45-room luxury Inn, named after Waverly Mayton, will be joining other revitalization projects happening downtown.

The project’s scope includes moving two historical homes, that would otherwise be torn down, to the site as well as building a new building. This new building will contain the 45-room boutique Inn including 33 spacious rooms and 11 deluxe suites. One of the homes being moved to the property will be used as a private cottage, the other will be the proprietor’s home. It will be built on the corner of E. Park Street and S. Academy St.

“We’re very excited about this project. We have a passion for historic restoration and green building and have loved what we’ve been able to do at The King’s Daughters Inn. We’ll be bringing the same passion to Cary and we can’t wait to be neighbors in such an amazing town.”

For more information and updates on the project you can follow The Mayton Inn Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/maytoninn. Also be sure to check out The King’s Daughters Inn, a 17-room boutique bed and breakfast in a 1925 building that the proprietors historically restored over 5 years ago.

About The Mayton

The Mayton Inn will be a 45-room boutique luxury Inn located at the corner of E. Park Street and S. Academy St. in downtown Cary, NC. It will include 33 spacious rooms, 11 luxury suites and a private cottage. Deanna and Colin Crossman, proprietors of The King’s Daughters Inn in Durham, NC, plan to break ground on their new project in Fall of 2013.

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