Located in a gated community on Emerald Isle. Community Amenities include sound access for kayaks, indoor pool, & tennis courts. 3 bedrooms/2 bathrooms. The Master Bedroom has a Queen size bed and private bath. The 2nd bedroom has a Queen bed. And, the 3rd bedroom has a Full size bed. The home is perfect for single persons, couples, and senior citizens who seek a quiet getaway. Professionally decorated and landscaped. The outdoor deck wraps around the house and provides nice seating areas to relax and enjoy the outdoors. The porch swing provides a great space to read a book or take a snooze in the fresh air. There is a Weber grill for those who like to cook out. Internet. Sleeps 4-5 comfortably.
- Cottage1100 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Min Stay7 nights
3 Bedroom\2 Bath - Cozy Cottage - Ideal for Singles/Couples/Seniors
- Calendar last updated:
- Jul 11, 2018
Why Leslie chose Emerald Isle
Watch Season 5, Episode 4 of HGTV's Beachfront Bargain Hunt. Our beautiful home was featured on HGTV! You don't want to miss it.
What makes this Cottage unique
Bigger is not better when you go to the beach. Our home is just under 1100 sq ft. Most of your time is spent outside when you are at the beach. We have lovely decks that surround 3/4 of the house. Beautifully manicured grounds. Lovely, quiet, quaint.
Pool / Spa
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Noted for its family-oriented beaches, Emerald Isle is consistently ranked among the top resort communities in the United States.
Wide sandy beaches, a shaded path for cyclists, runners, and strollers, and rocking chairs filled with smiling children of all ages licking ice cream piled high on a sugar cone - these are just a few of the inviting images you’ll see on Emerald isle. On the west end of Bogue Banks, Emerald Isle is the first stop off the B. Cameron Langston Bridge on Highway 58. Drive into any of the public parking areas and enjoy the clean and well-kept public accesses to the beach. Take Coast Guard Road to the end where the view of the barrier islands is breathtaking and the beach the widest, or park near the Bogue Inlet Fishing pier for a fine day of fishing or a view of the surfers on the waves.
Speaking of surfers, if you love the waves plan your visit to the Bogue Inlet Fishing pier in Emerald Isle in May to be a part of the annual Hot Wax Surf and Paddle Sports Expo. During this weekend event join the crowd to support local family-owned businesses. Enjoy a barefoot stroll on the beach while you watch the multitude of long board and stand up paddle boarders do their thing. If you stay around long enough, you’ll be rewarded by a hilarious competition with dogs and their owners.
Kids enjoy miniature golf, bumper cars, water slides and other attractions following a day of swimming and building sandcastles.
For the locals’ favorite place to find cold and creamy refreshment, stroll to the Sweet Spot (the shop with a row of rocking chairs out front) where they always dish out generous scoops and friendly hellos. When you’re on the island, you are a convenient walking or biking distance to everything. The Emerald Plantation Shopping Center is not just the place fill up your grocery cart. Start there with a specialty coffee and fresh bagels at the Beans and Screens a.k.a. 4 J’s Coffee and Bake Shop, then meander on over to the variety of unique shops in the center where the wares range from local artwork to tourists specialties, and a whole lot more. This shopping center is home to the Emerald Plantation Cinemas, a small no-nonsense theater where you can see all the latest movies.
Next door to the movie theater is Emerald Isle Books and Toys, a place book lovers find hard to escape and were children beg to go. This family-owned and operated bookstore with its wooden floors and shelves and shelves and nooks and crannies filled with books and toys has been in operation for over twenty years. Besides the multitude of shops, theater, and bookstore, there’s food, of course. Rucker Johns is a family-oriented friendly place to find fresh, consistently delicious meals, not to mention scrumptious honey-drizzled croissants. Also, in the plaza is a local Crystal Coast pizza parlor, Michaelangelo’s Pizza, and Highway 55, Burgers, Shakes & Fries (a.k.a. Andy’s), another North Carolina favorite.
Rates & Availability
Additional information about rental rates
This is a non-smoking property. No pets. You must be at least 30 years of age to rent. Partial weeks (less than 7 nights) may be entertained depending on availability. Other restrictions may apply. The nightly cost will increase to $275 per night for a partial week or weekend. Additional fees apply to more than 5 Guests. Discuss with owner. Linens and towels are the responsibility of the Guest.