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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

Recent Hatteras Island reviews

  • Nice stay

    "Everything was exactly as described. The house was very clean and had some beautiful views of the sound. Beach is a couple minute walk or 30 second drive. Dennis is easy to work with, and prompt in his responses. Made my first stay in the Outer Banks easy and enjoyable."
    Guest: Olivia H. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 29, 2014
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  • wonderful view

    "Great location could not be closer to the beach the house has everythink you could wish for"
    Guest: Catherine W. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 17, 2014
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  • Great Family Vacation

    "My husband, myself and our three children just spent a relaxing week at the Mad Hatteras. We found everything to be just as promised, from the roomy accommodations to the short walk to the beach. The spacious kitchen was well-stocked for cooking meals, saving money on eating out all of the time. We visited the week before the start of the official season and were pleased with the sparse crowds on the beach. It was much more relaxing being able to sit back and let the kids wander around than at a busy beach where you're constantly losing them in the crowd. I would highly recommend both Rodanthe and the Mad Hatteras for a fun and enjoyable vacation. The owners were also very kind and quick to respond to inquiries and to get the week reserved for us. If we return to the OBX next year, we will definitely try to book this home again."
    Guest: Lori W. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 25, 2014
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  • AWESOME HOUSE!!

    "Gerry's Gem was a perfect pick for our family.Close to the beach (5 min walk),a peaceful pond right across the driveway,filled with Bass & turtles.My boyfriend's favorite part was being able to walk out of the driveway & fish the pond.We fed the turtles everyday.The house is clean,well maintained & beautiful.6 of us plus our dogs had plenty of space.AC worked great.Kitchen has pretty much everything you need to cook & serve.Highly recommend staying here.Hope to visit Gerry's Gem again soon."
    Guest: Gary&Melinda L. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 21, 2014
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Buxton Travel Tips

Buxton Beach House Rentals: Wondrous Oceanside Lodging

North Carolina's Outer Banks have been an immensely popular vacation destination for many years. The natural beauty, mostly perfect climate, and pristine beaches and waterways lure travelers during all seasons. If an Outer Banks vacation is on the agenda, consider Buxton beach house rentals to meet lodging needs. Buxton homes are an ocean lover's dream, offering ocean views of crimson and blaze-orange sunsets from open-air decks or screened porches. With numerous options to choose from, Buxton beach house rentals may offer private pools with tiki bars alongside the comforts of home, making for a perfect stay on the Outer Banks.

Outer Banks' Beauty Nearby

Located on beautiful Hatteras Island, wonder surrounds Buxton homes. Cape Hatteras National Seashore is the perfect way to enjoy the barrier islands, which have survived the ever-pounding sea and wind. The shoreline stretches over 70 miles. In some places, visitors can find isolated beaches where the sea birds are the only other life in sight. Many chances for fun and recreation exist at Cape Hatteras National Seashore. Spend a day or two enjoying the sun and surf while sunbathing, swimming, fishing, canoeing, sailing, s

helling, surfing, and snorkeling.

Explore Lighthouses and Shipwrecks

In 1870, men erected the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse to guide sailors away from the treacherous shoals that lie a few miles off shore, earning the Outer Banks the name "Graveyard of the Atlantic." A visit to the lighthouse, the tallest in the country, is a testament to man's long-time love affair with the often dangerous sea. Nearby, roam through exhibits and collections from shipwrecks at the Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum. Many vessels have met their end in these waters and are remembered in exhibits. Hatteras Island's many activities are best culminated by a home-cooked meal and cocktails at Outer Banks vacation rentals—the perfect end to a day on the seashore.

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