What a special getaway on the Outer Banks! My mom and I stayed in the "beach house" and our visit could not have been better! We loved the inviting, beachy decor of the lobby, bar and guest rooms plus the best shower ever! So much fun to have our morning coffee on our own private porch overlooking the ocean. The staff was extremely polite and professional; they were a delight from check in, housekeeping to beach setup. Lovely beach too!
Offering direct access to the beach, this Duck resort is within 9 mi (15 km) of Currituck Outer Banks Visitor's Center, Duck …More
These cottages made a decent place for us to base a fishing trip from. Ground level entrance meant that we did not have to carry fishing gear up stairs after a day of chasing the big ones. There is also a decent fish cleaning station, and hose off area outside.
The cottage itself was pretty basic. We had 2 bedrooms with a single double size bed in each. Not the greatest for 4 large guys. Fortunately, we also brought a couple of air mattresses, and 2 of us took turns sleeping on these on the kitchen floor. The air-conditioner was loud, which actually helped mask the snoring. Not much air circulation into the bedrooms from the single AC unit.
The units are showing some age, but were clean. Like I said, a good place for a bunch of guys to base a fishing trip from, but my wife would not have been happy here.
Traveller from NC
Situated in Nags Head, this guesthouse is within a 10-minute walk of Full Throttle Speedway and Mutiny Bay Adventure Golf …More
Having stayed in a number of hotels in the Outer Banks, we have found them to be generally well worn and in need of update. The Outer Banks Inn suffers somewhat from the same issue, but is well maintained, and is more reasonably priced than others that we have tried. It is the best we have found to date.
The beds were good. Breakfast was simple, but adequate.
Situated in the entertainment district, this hotel is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Destination Fun and 1.5 mi (2.3 km) from Wright …More
Perhaps the most popular tourist destination on North Carolina’s Outer Banks, Nags Head boasts a history steeped in legends of sea-going scoundrels, including the infamous pirate Blackbeard. Today visitors flock here for the nature trails, wildlife refuges, shipwreck remains, historic sites, and the beautiful beaches and world-class fishing. Hang gliding is offered at Jockey’s Ridge, one of the few remaining giant sand dunes on the Atlantic coast.