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Condo in Corolla
Fully Loaded! 2min walk to beach! Dogs ok! SW Pool
Welcome to Admiral's Abode in Corolla! We'd love to host you and your family! ~ Fully Stocked kitchen! ~ 3min walk to the beach ~ Dog friendly! (fee applies per dog) ~ Sleeps 6! 2 King Beds, 2 baths, 1 Queen pull out sofa bed ~ We supply ALL linens and towels & beach towels! ~ Beach gear & trolley included ~ Large heated community pool (seasonal) ~ Walk to Corolla Light Town Center with restaurants, ice cream, shops, & horse tours! ~ 3min walk to Whale Head Club park and Light House
$130 per night
Condo in Corolla
Coral Cove - Pvt Hot Tub! Walk to beach! Dogs ok!
Welcome to Coral Cove in Corolla! We're close to all Corolla attractions and restaurants as well as the beach! Take it easy at this nearly new, well-appointed condo and relax under the stars in your own private hot tub! This condo is nearly new and well-appointed and is one of the only condos in the development with a private hot tub. It is a single level with no steps to enter or leave. The beach is just an easy 8min walk away. We are dog lovers and accept dogs ($100 fee)
$155 per night
Rental unit in Corolla
The Coastal Studio
The Coastal Studio is a unique space in Corolla located above a local eco-tourism business, Coastal Explorations. Tucked away in the Historic Corolla Village, this space offers panoramic water views and front row seats to beautiful sunsets over the sound. It’s perfect for couples, friends, or soloers looking for a getaway along the northern Outer Banks. It may be small in sq. footage but it offers all you need for that perfect beach escape.
$178 per night

Stay near Corolla's top sights

Harris Teeter105 locals recommend
Corolla Beach8 locals recommend
Whalehead Club68 locals recommend
Duck Donuts9 locals recommend
Food Lion23 locals recommend
The Currituck Club6 locals recommend

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Condo in Corolla
New 2 bdrm close to Corolla Village and the Beach!
$204 per night
Home in Corolla
Magical Treehouse w pool/hot-tub/tennis/pets OK!
$168 per night

Your guide to Corolla

All About Corolla

The coastal city of Corolla is relatively new on the North Carolina map. In fact, it wasn’t until the building boom in the 1980s that this chic spot came into existence. Once referred to as the state’s last frontier, this beach resort is renowned for its high-end shopping malls and condos. Today, Corolla seems a far cry from the close-knit oceanside community of the last century.

But among the gated communities and upscale eateries, there are still a number of beautifully preserved traditional homes in the area for history buffs to explore. Corolla’s vast, pristine beaches are a big draw for vacationers from across the country, with a number of watersport activities on offer in the immediate vicinity. The city is also a magnet for anglers with several fishing charters operating on an almost daily basis.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Corolla

If you’re coming here to maximize your beach time, the summer is your season. Not only will you be able to perfect your tan but there are also great opportunities to try your hand at a new sport, such as surfing or stand-up paddleboarding. If you’re looking for a more tranquil getaway, then fall is also a great time to pay a visit to Corolla. The weather is usually still warm enough to hit the beach, and you’ll stand more of a chance at grabbing a table at one of those ultra-modern eateries in the center of town.

Top things to do in Corolla


Whether you’re a keen golfer or you’ve never stepped foot on a course before, there’s something to suit all levels in Corolla. Home to a number of courses with breathtaking backdrops, it’s an ideal spot to hit the links. During high season you’ll find several clubs offering courses to help visitors get their skills up to speed and make a few friends along the way.

Rent a fishing charter

North Carolina’s Outer Banks are a haven for fishing enthusiasts. Taking a charter out for a couple of hours means you can get some peace and relaxation, and hopefully even a fish or two. And if you’re not familiar with the local waters, no worries. Stop by one of the many local bait and tackle shops and they’ll be able to fill you in on everything from what’s biting to the best charter to fit your needs.

Beach yoga

You’ll see advertisements for yoga classes on the beach dotted across town with several yoga studios also open in the local area. Take some time to unwind and focus on you. If you’re lucky, you might even get a front row seat to what has to be one of the most beautiful sunsets in the United States.