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
Soundfront Spring Rates from Only $1000 Weekly, $250/Ntly
– Edenton #307205
Quiet Soundfront Getaway on 140 Feet of Waterfront
– Edenton #441951
$175 - $185 per night 2 night min stay
The Little Cabin on the Hillside
– Edenton #427560
$145.00 & $165.00 Peak,Off 125.00 & 105.
Introducing Scotch Hall Preserve Club Cottage
– Edenton #452335
$399.00 per night
Country Retreat on the Edge of Town
– Edenton #465408
$500 per night 2 night min stay
Victorian Cottage Home in the Heart of Edenton's Historic District
– Edenton #270847ha
$110 per night 2 night min stay
Cozy Riverfront Cottage Special $500 Week Just Book by May 31
– Edenton #193840ha
- Soundfront Spring Rates from Only $1000 Weekly, $250/Ntly 4BR/2.5BA – Sleeps 8-10 – Edenton #307205
Overview of Edenton Vacation Rentals
Edenton Beach House Rentals: Fine Old-South Living
North Carolina's coastline is one of the most beautiful places in the United States. Travelers flock to this coast by the thousands each year to enjoy the majestic scenery, pristine beaches, and remnants of the Old South. There's no place more reminiscent of the Colonial South than Edenton. Considered the South's prettiest small town, Edenton rests along the shores of Albemarle Sound. When visiting, Edenton beach house rentals will meet lodging needs in an extraordinary way. Edenton homes are quaint bungalows and historic homes that adhere to the Victorian and Greek-revival architecture so commonly found about this wondrous village. The former Colonial Capital of North Carolina, Edenton's small-town feel is accentuated by its plantation homes and Civil War history.
History Thrives in Edenton
Walking through history is easy around Edenton homes. Seek out the Historic Edenton Visitor's Center, located in the Ziegler House, erected in 1892. After viewing a short program on Edenton's roots, stroll through exhibits before stopping in the gift shop for a pamphlet to help locate other historic sites in town. The Cupola house has called North Carolina's shores its home since 1758, when it was built by Francis Corbin. Since that time, it's been home to a tea room, museum, and library. Standing tall since 1782, the Barker House is open for public tours with staff on-hand to answer any questions.
A Paddler's Paradise Near Edenton
Surrounded by water, Edenton beach house rentals are near ample boating opportunities. Alligator River Canoe and Small Boat Trail is a portion of the Albemarle Region Canoe and Small Boat Trails System. This winding stream takes boaters through postcard-perfect forests and marshes. With three different sections, this trail offers paddlers short or long excursions. An Old-South retreat waits at the end of the day at Outer Banks vacation rentals, where travelers feel right at home.