The Outer Banks are barrier islands off the coast of the U.S. state of North Carolina, separating the Atlantic Ocean from the mainland. Their open-sea beaches, state parks and shipwreck diving sites make them a popular holiday destination. Roanoke Island was the site of England’s first settlement in the New World, an endeavor sponsored by Sir Walter Raleigh.
The Outer Banks Beach Club offers one bedroom suites that will make your getaway vacation your home away from home. These suites feature:
a queen-sized bed in the bedroom, the living room has a queen-sized pull-out sofa bed, fully furnished kitchens (with a microwave, refrigerator and kitchen electrics such as a mixer, blender and more), Front Decks, Satellite TV with DVD player, Hair dryers in all units. The pictures shown are a representation of the unit you will receive, decor may vary slightly. Actual unit is assigned upon check in by the front desk special requests are accepted but cannot be guaranteed.
Resort Amenities Include:
Outdoor and indoor swimming pool
Two children’s wading pool
Free WiFi in clubhouse & in rooms
Full-time recreation department
Many activities are available throughout the Outer Banks. Water, land, and air are all pinpointed for outdoor excursions. The land activities will also accommodate to those who are looking for those fun indoor activities through the many museums and galleries that rest around the area. With the incredible ocean access, water activities are vast in their choosing. From diving to pontoon boating, there’s something that will make everyone happy. Take a trip into the air and have a tour of the area from up above or enjoy cruising through the sky while hang gliding.
Photography enthusiasts and history buffs will love to explore Outer Banks lighthouses. Situated on the coastline, these tall beacons have beckoned ships home for centuries. There are five local lighthouses, each with their own distinct characteristics.
Bodie Island Lighthouse (Completed in 1872, this black-and-white striped lighthouse stands 150 high and beams out light 19 miles over the ocean.)
Currituck Beach Lighthouse (Completed in 1875, this brick lighthouse stands 158 tall and is located in Corolla, NC)
Cape Hatteras Lighthouse (This is the tallest lighthouse in the country, standing tall at 208 feet!)
Ocracoke Lighthouse (This is the area’s oldest operating lighthouse, which was completed in 1798)
The Roanoke Marshes Lighthouse (This lighthouse has a local maritime history exhibit for visitors to enjoy)+ More