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Private room with en suite and hot tub
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Private room · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 shared bath
Private room with en suite and hot tubWelcome to the beach :) One of the last untouched beaches on the east coast, we are home to miles of federally protected spaces that are ripe for exploration Located about 200 yards from the ocean front, this bedroom has a private bathroom and private access to the porch. Rodanthe is a small village and it has that laid back beach feeling. Slow down and relax awhile.
Hatteras Island Sail Shop Waterfront Apartment
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Entire rental unit · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath
Hatteras Island Sail Shop Waterfront ApartmentThe apartment is above Hatteras Island Sail Shop & is right on the Sound. The apartment is very basic. We recommend it to low maintenance guests who are kiteboard, surf, windsurf & paddleboard enthusiasts. Airbnb guests get%50 off rentals from HISS.
OBX Beach Life  3 night minimum   Oct2021-Feb 2022
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Entire cottage · 6 guests · 4 beds · 2 baths
OBX Beach Life 3 night minimum Oct2021-Feb 2022OBX Beach Life is an oceanfront cottage that sits on the Atlantic in Rodanthe NC. Our stylish 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, nonsmoking, pet free home comfortably sleeps 6. The open floor plan is filled with natural light throughout. Have your morning coffee, read a book or play a game on the screened in porch all while listening to the waves crash below. Choose from multiple locations for family meals or cocktails. Step off the porch directly in the sand to enjoy the beach. Your vacation awaits!

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  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

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Amazing Water Views
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Sea La Vie
$150 per night
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Tiny House on semi-oceanfront lot
$131 per night
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Aloha Too -3rd house from ocean-2 kings & bunk bed
$246 per night
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Carolina Breeze - Awesome OCEAN and SOUND view
$250 per night
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Mini Dune Dancer - Relax and Refresh in Rodanthe
$96 per night
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2 bed/2 bath classic Rodanthe beach cottage
$120 per night
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Island Life
$75 per night
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Ocean Front Condo 6A Hatteras High
$120 per night
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SOUND FRONT / KITE-IN, KITE-OUT Direct Beachfront
$297 per night
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Oceanfront NC rental in Outer Banks, pet friendly
$229 per night
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6BR Oceanfront+Solitude: 7 Decks★Spa★Dogs★Bluefin 
$205 per night

Your guide to Rodanthe

Welcome to Rodanthe


How do I get around Rodanthe?

Virginia’s Norfolk International Airport (ORF) is the closest airport to the Outer Banks at 115 miles from Rodanthe. Rent a car in Norfolk so you can travel freely to Rodanthe and the neighboring isles. The 16-mile Route 168 Chesapeake Expressway links Interstate 64 in Chesapeake to North Carolina and the Outer Banks; there is a toll for the expressway, so be sure you have cash on hand, or request an EZ-Pass transponder from your rental car company. Once you’re on the Outer Banks, the area is easy to navigate, as there’s just one major road — North Carolina Highway 12 — that runs north to south through the barrier islands. With flat terrain, wide roads, and many paved paths, the area is extremely bike-friendly, so consider renting a bicycle to get around once you’re headquartered in Rodanthe. There are local taxi companies and rideshare services, as well as passenger ferries that travel seasonally between Hatteras and Ocracoke.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Rodanthe?

The best time to visit the Outer Banks is March through May or September through November. Spring and fall are best to avoid crowds and get the best prices on vacation rentals. However, know that the earlier in spring you plan your trip, the more likely it is that the beach will be too cold to enjoy to its fullest. Also worth noting: Peak hurricane season in the Atlantic runs August through November, and the possibility of trip interruption is something you should consider when planning your visit to Rodanthe. While temperatures can be chilly, winter travel to Outer Banks has its perks, like an increase in wildlife to spot.


What are the top things to do in Rodanthe?

Cape Hatteras National Seashore

America’s first designated national seashore, Cape Hatteras is home to myriad wildlife like wild mustangs and the various species of sea turtles that make their nests on the beach each year. Enjoy wildlife sightings from afar, but don’t disturb their space.

Cape Hatteras Lighthouse

The first Cape Hatteras Lighthouse was lit in 1803, then demolished when the current black-and-white-striped version opened in 1870. Standing nearly 200 feet tall, it’s the tallest brick lighthouse in the country and is open seasonally for visitors to climb the 257 steps from the ground to the balcony.

Ocracoke Island

Take the free hour-long Hatteras Ferry ride to Ocracoke Island, where you can spot 400 species of birds and 16 miles of undeveloped coastline. Getting around Ocracoke is a breeze, with no shortage of golf carts, bicycles, and even parasails to rent.