'5 Palms' is located in the private townhome community of Turtle Cove, which offers private beach access and a community pool for guests to enjoy. '5 Palms' is just a half-mile from Surf City dining spots. There's also an Art Gallery nearby, and you can stock your home-away-from-home with provisions from the local supermarket just down the road. Just across South Topsail Drive from '5 Palms' is a basketball court and playground, and a rock path provides easy access to the beach. Check out the fishing at the Surf City Pier, and grab a quick sandwich at the grill.
'5 Palms' features 3 bedrooms with two of them Master Suites with private bathrooms. It has a fully equipped kitchen for all the cooks in the family to enjoy. With spacious decks that open on to a roomy private deck with a panoramic view of Topsail Island's salt marshes and tidal creeks.
Come and enjoy the best of both worlds at '5 Palms'. This townhouse is steps from the Intercoastal Water Way and steps to the Beach.
Topsail Island (pronounced Topsul) is one of the best-kept secrets
among East Coast beaches. Located along North Carolinaâ€™s southern
outerbanks, Topsail Island is a 26 mile long barrier island of
spacious sandy beaches and tranquil maritime forests. Itâ€™s hard to
discover such a place today as friendly and casual, with such
pristine sand and surf, water sports, recreation, fine dining and
shopping adventures. This is Topsail Island located midway between
Wilmington, to the south and Jacksonville, to the north.
The island consists of three towns, North Topsail Beach, Surf City,
and Topsail Beach. The two mainland towns of Sneads Ferry and Holly
Ridge complete the section known as the Greater Topsail Area. Two
bridges allow access to the island, a landmark swing bridge on NC
Route 50 to Surf City, or by NC Route 210 over a high-rise bridge
nearer to North Topsail Beach.
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My Standard Rate
Feb 1 2014 - Feb 1 2015
1 night minimum stay
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (US Dollar) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.