We go to the Outer Banks from Atlanta each fall, and always looking for a neat place to "stop over" on the way back, because of the long drive. We booked a night here, and after arriving, we have decided to come back again, but stay longer, maybe making this spot a destination! This appears to be a family-run property, and everyone we met was very nice. They only have about 10 rooms, and the one we stayed in was very nicely decorated..... Not your typical hotel furnishings. We really enjoyed the screened porch overlooking the marsh, and at night, turned off the air, turned on the ceiling fan, and left the door to the porch open so we could sleep with the marsh sounds at night. Loved it! The breakfast in the morning was quite tasty, and included a turkey sausage/potato/cheese casserole and homemade banana nut bread. How nice to have something homemade! These folks really take pride in their property, and it shows! Short distance to the beach! We will be back!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Sunset Inn opened its doors to the beauty of the saltwater marsh and island life in June 2000. The honey-colored wood floors in the entrance and living area shine softly in the light that filters through the large windows. The Inn is not your typical B&B; it is larger with 14 rooms but still has that cozy atmosphere that makes folks feel right at home. An expanded continental breakfast is served each morning buffet style. You may choose to have your morning meal in the breakfast room or in the privacy of your own room. Each room has a different theme and decor with a king-size bed, wet bar, refrigerator, love seat and private screened porch with rockers. The four grand rooms each have a jetted tub plus a larger corner porch with rockers & porch swings, robes and IPod docks. Come experience the quiet comfort for yourself. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Sunset Hotel Sunset Beach