Carova House Rental Photos and Description
Beautiful Beach House: 5 bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms, 1 half bathroom, sleeps 14
Enjoy the beautiful view while relaxing on the abundant decks of this beautifully decorated getaway. Wake up to the beautiful sunrise over the ocean, stroll along the wide stretches of beautiful beach, and for the more energetic, walk the 2.5 miles to the Virginia border and sign the guest book. Keep watch for dolphins frolicking in the surf. Close the day with a drink while watching the sunset over the sound. Enjoy a visit from the wild horses as they graze on the dunes. Relax on the deck rocking chairs or lounge in the hot tub while gazing at the spectacular night time sky. Explore one of the best undiscovered beaches on the east coast, where vacationers can truly get away from the traffic headaches and congestion that plagues other Outer Banks beaches in the summer months. The house is approximately 500 feet from the beach.
Wild Horses of Corolla: The wild horses of Corolla are not a myth, but can be seen in person as you relax on the deck of this beautiful vacation cottage. These horses are descended from Spanish Mustangs which roamed the Outer Banks for over four hundred years. Originally, the horses played on the shores with the Spanish conquistadors in the 1500's. Today there are about 60 horses which are protected by the government.
What to Bring: Sheets:
* 2 King Sets
* 1 Queen Set
* 2 Twin Sets
* 4 Twin Sets for bunk beds
* 1 Queen set if needed for pull-out couch
* Crib sheets
* Pack and play sheets
* Bath Towels/bath mats
* Beach Towels
* Hand Towels
* Dish Towels- washing and drying
* Paper products
* Laundry products
* Bath soaps, etc.
* Fishing poles
**Pillows, Mattress Pads And Blankets Are Provided**
'Spotlight on North America Beachs' : An excerpt: Best Secluded Beach - Carova Beach, Outer Banks, N.C; Sand Color: Chardonnay; Length: 12 miles; Average Summer Water Temp: 79; Location: 27 miles southeast of Virginia Beach....This barrier beach covers the upper stretches of the Outer Banks and is the most undeveloped of an already Spartan beach chain. Part of what keeps the region mellow is the lack of paved roads, with Highway 12 stopping north of Corolla. Four-wheel-drive is a must, as the only route to these beaches is a ride on the sand or a primitive system of dirt roads connecting vacation homes in the wooded interior. Drive slowly to see the wild horses (descendants of shipwrecked Spanish mustangs) that roam the protected dunes. Check out Steamers Shellfish To Go - entrées from $12) in Corolla is a local legend for good reason. Their steamer pots (like clambakes to go) are perfect for a beach picnic. This article was originally published by ShermansTravel in July, 2007.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- wheelchair inaccessible