For bird lovers, the Outer Banks is hard to beat. This delicate chain of barrier islands is not only home to dozens of different native shorebirds, but also thousands of migrating birds who make a rest stop on the Outer Banks every year. Add to this the fact that the islands have hundreds of miles of deserted beaches, maritime forest, and marshlands for species to quietly flourish, and it's clear that the Outer Banks is literally for the birds.
Low key and deliciously relaxed, the Dolphin Oceanfront Motel is the place to go to enjoy long days on the beach in a wonderfully central setting that’s close to busy attractions and deserted shorelines alike. Perched on the borders of Nags Head and South Nags Head, and therefore minutes away from the attractions of Roanoke Island, the central Outer Banks, and the Cape Hatteras National Seashore, vacationers will have a hard time deciding what to do and see first, but will also find plenty of ways to relax in the salt and sun at their own home away from home.
The motel has a nice suite of amenities including direct beach access, an outdoor pool with a wide sundeck for enjoying the rays, and a waterfront deck where the ocean views shine. There’s a central courtyard on-site with a picnic area, shaded tables, and grills, and guests will also be a couple minutes’ stroll away from iconic Jennette’s Pier. The individual rooms are nicely accommodating, with free Wi-Fi and cable, and are brightly decorated to take full advantage of the coastal atmosphere. A treasure of a retreat for beach lovers, the Dolphin Oceanfront Motel is a prime destination for both active OBX explorations and lazy beach days.