3 bedroom 2 bath - right next door to Aloha House - http://www.vrbo.com/696716
About Tami Lamz
We are year, round full time Rodanthe residents since 2011. We love the beach and the island life the Outer Banks has to offer. We made the move sight unseen and have loved every step of the way(minus hurricanes of course).
Tami Lamz purchased this House in 2014
Why Tami Lamz chose Rodanthe
As year round, full time residents we wanted a way to share this beautiful place with you. We are inspired by the classic beach cottage that can be updated with a functional, modern flair. We love Architectural Digest, Dwell, Met Home, Coastal Loving, etc.
What makes this House unique
This property shares the lot with our sister Aloha house. With a total of 6 bedrooms, these two homes could serve as your family or multifamily vacation to the OBX. The Aloha house has seating for 13 in the kitchen with expansive decks and outdoor spaces. The home is located on a semi oceanfront lot and you have ocean views from each bedroom in Aloha Too.
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
$150.00 Nonrefundable pet fee
Minimum age of primary renter:25
Canceled bookings will not receive a refund
Beautifully renovated- great location!
The house fit the four of us perfectly with room to spare! Even our dog Maggie loved it! We had everything we needed. Comfortable beds, hot showers, well equipped kitchen, comfortable “ hang out” space, amazing views, very close to beach and Rodanthe pier. We would highly recommend and definitely come back. Thanks Tami!
Great Place to Stay
We could not have asked for more. Very clean, nicely maintained property. Great location and our every need was anticipated. Loved it!
Practically on the beach!
Love this property! Clean as a whistle, stocked with everything you need. Thoughtfully designed outdoor spaces, especially enjoy the top deck. Surrounded by McMansions, it feels really special to be in a real house.
Owner was amazing!
Great decks and beach location!
The house is very cute. Our family of four plus our dog, Kallie, enjoyed our stay! The views from the top deck are awesome, and the lower deck had nice breezes and shade for reading. Bring bug spray for the mosquitos, though! The house was clean and comfortable. The owner was easy to communication with. We would
Recommend this rental to any small family or two couples. The location is perfect! The grocery store in Avon was good, and Lisa’s Pizza delivered a great pie.
Best little house on the outer banks
Loved our stay!! The modern fun details and cozy layout made the stay comfortable and unforgettable. Amazing views too!! Thank you Aloha Too
This was my first time using VRBO and I found the process very easy...from booking to checkout, as for the property, the Aloha Too is perfectly located and had all the amenities needed, the house was clean and stocked with enough supplies if anything was forgotten...would definitely recommended and even book property again.
The Outer Banks Tourist Bureau says : From The entire northern end of Hatteras Island was once known as Chicamacomico, but in 1874 the postal service changed the name to Rodanthe, but by the early 1900s, three distinct villages had become established in the Rodanthe area – North Rodanthe, South Rodanthe, and Clark. As the postal sections were subdivided, the northernmost village kept the name "Rodanthe," while the others in the Outer Banks were assigned new names once again.
Rodanthe is home to the Chicamacomico Lifesaving Station, the first such station established along the North Carolina coast, in the service of the U.S. Lifesaving Service, which eventually became today's modern Coast Guard. The U.S. Coast Guard was essentially founded in this tiny village. A state historic site is one of the showpieces of this community, where re-enactments using the breeches-buoy rescue cannon, restored buildings and artifacts. Rodanthe is a simple vacation delight with things to do for children and those hungry for history.
During the Civil War in 1861, Confederate troops landed on the northern end of the island in an effort to re-take Fort Clark and Fort Hatteras, which had fallen to the Union's first naval invasion of the South. The southern troops chased the 20th Indiana back to their lines near present-day Buxton, only have the Federals reinforced from the southern end of the island. The Union then chased the Confederates northward in a half-hearted skirmish that wags mockingly named "The Chicamacomico Races."
More recently, the natural beauty of the beaches of Rodanthe was featured in the major motion picture Nights in Rodanthe starring Richard Gere and Diane Lane. The actual locations seen in the film still draw thousands of fans each year, all longing to experience the romance and solitude found so easily at our rentals.
Rodanthe is the place if you are looking for warm water and weather with uncrowded beaches. There are no distractions, big box stores, etc. You go to the beach and enjoy this wonderful home.