Carolina Beach Bungalow Rental Photos and Description
Weekly Rentals - 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, sleeps 6 adults and 2 children
Welcome to our cozy beach cottage! Steps to ocean with public beach access, 'party size deck' with view of waterway to enjoy morning coffee or evening sunset views with glass of wine. Unlike condos, we have a yard for the kids to play, or to enjoy a cookout, and parking for up to 5 cars. Walk to the harbor to watch the fishing boats come back with their catch, walk to restaurants with outdoor seating and live music.
Privately owned and managed this is a single family home that offers easy beach access, dining room, large deck and fully equipped kitchen to cook all your favorite meals including a microwave and filtered water. Washer and dryer are also included in the rental. A home away from home!
We prefer to rent on a weekly basis, but may be able to accommodate shorter stays if you check with us about a month before you plan to arrive. We know you will love our home and to make your vacation more stress-free we included linens/towels during your week stay.
About Carolina Beach: Carolina Beach is a unique resort community with a relaxed atmosphere. It offers a wide variety of shops, restaurants, accommodations, and amusement parks as well as quiet days under the sun. At the Carolina Beach State Park, you can wind your way through trails in search of the rare Venus Flytrap. For the fisherperson in the family, there are charter boats for deep-sea fishing, a pier, and lots of surf! At night, there are cruises down the Cape Fear River and dancing under the moonlight
Carolina Beach is located on Pleasure Island. Activities include the annual chili cook-off, outdoor movies at the lake, summer concerts and fireworks on Thursdays.
Stuff to do: North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher
The Aquarium includes indoor and outdoor exhibits, auditorium, and a gift shop. In addition, there are daily programs featuring live animals and special activities.
Last Major Stronghold of the Confederacy—It was the largest naval bombardment and land-sea battle fought in any war up to that time.
Battleship North Carolina in Wilmington
The Battleship North Carolina beckons visitors to walk her decks and envision daily life as well as fierce combat that her crew faced in the Pacific Theater during World War II.
Market Street/Downtown Wilmington
Walk the Riverwalk, take a ride on a riverboat, tour the historic homes by carriage. Enjoy a variety of meals and regional goodies including ice cream and fudge.
Stuff to know: Suggested items for Renters to bring with them:
Shower soap, food and condiments.
Beach supplies (chairs, beach toys, beach towels, etc.)
Parking – you will get ticketed (or towed) if you park illegally or in the wrong spot.
Driving on the sand on the 'North End' – don’t try it unless you have a four wheel drive. You won’t make it 10 feet if you don’t have it – trust us.
The major shopping area (Walmart, Lowes, Home Depot, etc) is at Monkey Junction – back up towards Wilmington about a 20 minute drive.
Best bargain shopping for supplies/beach items – Dollar General next to Food Lion when you first come on the Island. You can also pick up some good deals at Maxway – located in the shopping center behind the ABC store.
Closest grocery store to the house – Food Lion which is about 2 miles away.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered