This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
From $320/nt - $2835/wk
From $275/nt - $1650/wk - $3300/mo
New Bern Travel Tips
Live in Luxury in New Bern Vacation Rentals
New Bern vacation rentals allow you and your loved ones to live in luxury. No more cramping into tiny hotel rooms for you! Enjoy the surrounding beauty and charm of New Bern by visiting great attractions like Tryon Palace Historic Sites and Gardens to take-in the gorgeous colonial capitol. Consisting of 3 homes and 13 gardens that remain in their period, the Tryon Palace and surrounding sites are a treat for history buffs and those who enjoy lovely architecture. Costumed guides offer visitors a look back in time, at the lives of the colonial hoipolloi.
Get to Know Your Neighbors from New Bern Vacation Homes
Staying in New Bern vacation homes allows you to live like a local, and get to know the neighbors. Invite them along with your family when you visit Tarheel Adventures. The tour will explain the second oldest town in all of North Carolina, New Bern, and show visitors the birthplace of the world famous Pepsi Cola. Other sights that are shown on the tour include the scenic and expansive waterfront area, Union Point, and of course the yacht marina. For a tranquil excursion, visit Island Creek Trail for a brush with nature that will stun you, and have you snapping photos as quickly as possible! The hike will wear you out, but you will still want to visit the local fish fry that happens frequently all summer throughout the coastal towns of North Carolina.
North Carolina Coast Lodging is Affordable and Charming
Both affordable and charming, North Carolina Coast lodging is the best choice if you want to save money and experience a different way of life. Experience the slower pace of the locals and the charming off-road diners and cafes of the coast. Your family will remember North Carolina fondly forever if you choose to stay there this year, and you will want to visit, again and again.