In the late 1800s, the grand Maxwell Chambers Hotel –with its elegant, 200-seat dining room and modern accommodations –was a centerpiece of the Town of Davidson, welcoming train travelers and visitors to Davidson College with unparalleled luxury.
The Davidson Village Inn, rising on the site of the Chambers Hotel, continues the valued tradition of serving guests in the same gracious manner.
Built in 1993, the Inn features large, arched windows, a covered pedestrian walkway, and “Mecklenburg” brick that fits perfectly into the surrounding village architecture.
As was the case in days gone by, people still come from far and wide to stay at this elegant landmark and enjoy the beauty and history of Davidson.
To learn more about the Davidson Village Inn and get a sense of our relaxing setting, please enjoy the following brief video…