Who Are We?
Owners David Spears and Billie Hughes Locke have teamed up and brought The Brunswick Mineral Springs Bed And Breakfast Inn back to life. Both David and Billie are storytellers and add an element of fun for their guests.
After working tirelessly for over a year they are proud of their accomplishment. They offer many amenities which includes games, a huge stone fire pit for evening relaxation, a swimming pool, Jacuzzi, and other extras that add to the overall enjoyment of a restful, warm and inviting experience. You'll want to return again and again just to see what's new!
Innkeeper Patricia Rummel is the General Manager of the Brunswick Mineral Springs Bed and Breakfast and loves ensuring that each guest receives everything they need to make their stay comfortable and pleasant. From a single-night visit to a long-term stay, from luncheons to weddings and birthdays to family reunions Patricia will be happy to help make your event unique and memorable.
Born and raised in Virginia, Patricia's curious nature and creativity has taken her many places. But after many years and countless adventures, she decided it was time to return to her roots. She fell in love with the Brunswick Mineral Springs Bed and Breakfast the moment she first saw it and has spent the past two years helping David and Billie through renovation projects and by promoting the business through a brand-new website and social media. Through research and the assistance of fellow history buffs, Patricia is piecing together the history of the property and of the Jones family, some of the estate's original owners. Inspired by her love of the property and by her need to be closer to her daughter and grand daughters, her mother and new "dad," Patricia has chosen to call the B&B her home.
After all, as the old saying goes: "Home is where the heart is."
Free Resident Car Parking
Tea & Coffee Making Facilities
Dedicated to Nanette Spears
Who Was She?
Nanette Spears was an unstoppable force with a dream! For several years, Nanette and her husband David traveled from New England to the Carolina's searching for the perfect place for a bed and breakfast inn. The minuet she saw the century old trees, and the long driveway, she knew she was home and immedialy fell in love with Brunswick Mineral Springs. It took two years to restore the main house.