- As low as $650 - $1,295/Week
- Nags Head
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
- C/AC & Heat
- Covered Deck
- Encl. Outdoor Shower
- Pets Allowed
- Wireless Internet
About this Property
This comfortable Oceanside cottage is located only one house back from the Beach and is just steps away from the Ocean with no roads to cross (Beach access is 150 ft. north). Nicely decorated, this small home is very affordable & is great for one or two couples or a small family. This cottage is located next to our rental #088 for families that need more space.
Ground Level: Parking for 2 Cars, Steps to Entry, & Enclosed Outside Shower.
Main Level: Living/Dining/Kitchen Area, CATV, 2 Bedrooms w/Queens, Full Bath, & Covered Deck w/Deck Furniture.
Features include: C/AC & Heat, Phone, TV, Stereo w/CD, Wireless Internet, & Deck Furniture. One Mature Dog Allowed w/Fee.
The Town of Nags Head is making plans for their first BEACH RE-NOURISHMENT project. What is Beach Re-Nourishment? You should take the time to read more about it here on our Nags Head Beach Re-Nourishment information page and on Dare County's website at MORE BEACH TO LOVE.
Optional Linens and Towels $100.00
Bedding: 2 Queens
About Joe Lamb Jr. and Associates
Since 1968, our family managed company has presented families exactly like yours a wide collection of Outer Banks rental homes in beach communities and towns of Duck, Southern Shores, Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills, Nags Head and South Nags Head. We invite you to view our wonderful photos, complete property descriptions including amenity details and maps. Choose the rental that best suits your family's needs, and you'll understand why our guests consider us a part of their family.
We have continued to grow and succeed as a result of the extraordinary support and encouragement from our OBX community. Our primary aim is to offer the very best vacation experience possible. By providing our knowledge and expertise of this quickly developing market and the OBX area we hope to turn your family’s holiday into a long-lasting family tradition.
Fall, Winter and Spring: - For several reasons fall is a fantastic time to visit the Outer Banks. Because days (and water) are still warm but evening hours are cool, it's like getting two seasons in one vacation. Ocean treasures such as shells and sea glass are abundant which makes them more readily found. The sea shifts every day. It's behavior and hue change with the winds and you can see the many personalities of the Ocean while here. The excitement of the anglers lining the fishing piers and coastline is palpable.
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