Located in downtown High Point, NC and constructed in 1918, the Adams mansion was the private residence of John Hampton Adams, his wife and their two daughters. Today, the renovated J.H. Adams Inn, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is once again a place of architectural majesty, modern conveniences and gracious hospitality. The Inn features 31 uniquely designed guest rooms and suites, each with large private baths and king or queen-sized bedding. In keeping with tradition, the latest and most convenient amenities welcome each guest with high-speed Internet access, electronic wake-up calls, fitness studio, and rooms for private meetings. The J.H. Adams Inn provides unique meeting facilities for private gatherings, special celebrations and executive retreats. The Conference room, designed for small seminars and business retreats, can be arranged in a variety of ways to accommodate up to 24 people.