OCEAN front with your own PRIVATE WALKWAY TO THE BEACH/Crows Nest/Pinball/Foosball/WiFy/screen porch/Multiple Decks !
Ocean Front Splendor
Enjoy the magnificent Outer Banks sunrises from the
Crows Nest of this comfortable beach house.
Sea Gull has 6 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms and sleeps up to 18 people on three
The house includes an airy great room, well appointed kitchen and a brand new
dining room area with a TV, VCR and DVD player, free wireless internet access.
Downstairs you can have a great time playing Foosball.
The top floor is also where you will find access to the deck, screened in porch, and crow's nest that overlook the ocean and South Nags Head. Decks on both sides.
Enjoy the outside furniture, outside enclosed shower with hot and cold water, and charcoal grill.
It even has a fenced in dog run for your furry family!
The Outer Banks is an ideal playground for water sports and other outdoor activities, such as surfing, kite boarding, wind surfing, hang gliding, sailing, diving, kayaking, parasailing and more.
Jet ski rental
Dolphin watching tours
Charter Fishing boats
Several piers for fishing
Jeanette's Pier--Longest pier on the east coast!
Wine tastings atThe Cotton Gin or The Whalehead Club
Rent a jeep in Corolla and see thefree-roaming wild horses.
Go fly a kite atJockey’s Ridge
The Lost Colony – outdoor theatre on the first settlement in the New World from England
Roanoke Island Aquarium, Manteo.
Outer Banks Daredevils baseball team
Learn to fly at Kitty Hawk Kites' Hang Gliding Training Center. The largest hang gliding school in the world, teaching thousands of students since 1974!
Shopping atTanger Outlet Mallfor great bargains.
The Whalehead Club-Tour the stately 21,000 square
foot private retreat of Mr. & Mrs. Edward Knight.
Admire the elegant Art Nouveau details.
Learn about the Knights & all it took to run such a home.
Visit a Lighthouse- Choose from CurrituckBeach, Bodie Island,Cape Hatteras,Ocracoke or Roanoke
Climb to the top of Cape Hatteras or Currituck Beach in season.
Learn about the fascinating history of these important aids to navigation.
Jockey’s Ridge State Park
* Hike the largest active dune
system east of theMississippi River.
* Learn about sand & dune
* Experience breathtaking views
of the ocean & sound from atop the dunes.
Wright Brothers National Memorial
* Visit the site where Orville
& Wilbur introduced flight to the world.
* See a replica of the 1903
airplane that made it happen.
* Climb the hill to see the
granite monument built as a tribute to these two men.
Chicamacomico Lifesaving Historic Site
* Learn about a notable part of American History & the brave men of the USLSS.
* Hear tales of shipwrecks & heroic rescues.
* Watch a beach apparatus demonstration with a breeches buoy & Lyle gun.
* Tour the 2 stations & outbuildings at the most complete USLSS site in the nation.
Graveyard of theAtlanticMuseum- Learn about the dangerous conditions around Cape Hatteras that caused numerous shipwrecks. View exhibits about the maritime history of the Outer Banks.
View exhibits and learn about the famous Pirates that came here.
Discover how technology has aided in the recovery of shipwrecks like the USS Monitor.
OcracokeIsland-Take a ferry to this remote island, accessible only by boat or airplane.
See the second oldest operating lighthouse in America, built in 1823.
Stop by theBritishCemetery& learn the tragic fate of HMS Bedfordshire.
* Stroll down historic Howard Street & see what island life was like before paved roads.
ElizabethanGardens-Walk amidst acres of beautifulscenery.
Explore the KnotGarden & the Queen's Rose Garden.
View the stunning collection of statuary.
Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Education
* See an unparalleled collection
of over 250 locally carved decoys.
* Discover the history of the
great hunt clubs of the Currituck Sound.
* Learn about the natural history
of the environment that makes up Currituck 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.