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  • Reviews: 2

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The Duncan House: Beaufort's Best View since 1728

I had a great time in Beaufort. This house is a short walk to the waterfront of Beaufort and all the pleasant businesses and dining options. The house was newly restored and was comfortable and enjoyable. Very spacious and plenty of waterfront yard. My stay was so great and I cant wait to return.

Spacious
Clean
Incredible water view
Wireless
Rocking chair sunsets on the porches
Billiards table

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Fishing, Sailing and Boating, Diving and Snorkeling
  • Written March 19, 2006
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Inns, Bed & Breakfasts and Rentals: Where to stay in Beaufort NC

As a resident of Beaufort, NC, I can highly recommend all of our accommodations. You have a choice of two standard inns overlooking the waterfront, many B&B's as well as a plethera of weekly and monthly rentals. Most of these are in the beautiful historic district. I don't want to single out one as "the best" but offer you most of the OPTIONS you have when making plans to visit us.

Please go to http://www.marywarshaw.com/area_links.htm
where you will find not only a list with CONTACTS but also many additional links to galleries, shops and things to do. While you are there you may want to bookmark the page :-) so that you can easily return, view my paintings of Beaufort and read more about our charming little "heaven on earth" town. Once here, you, like many, may not want to leave!
Please note-you may have to copy/paste the above link..................Mary

Most of these accommodations are in Beaufort, NC's historic district. You will be able to walk to waterfront, restaurants, museums and shops. Innkeepers or realtors will be happy to provide you with information on how to visit unspoiled natural areas (including the Rachel Carson Estuarian Preserve) just across Taylor's Creek. They can also tell you how rent a kyack, take a small boat to Shackleford Banks or even get a high-speed trip to Cape Lookout. Please note that The Red Dog Inn and Carteret County Home B&B are pet friendly.

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Related to: Sailing and Boating, Beaches, Architecture
  • Written March 18, 2006
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Buckman House: Historic House c 1845

I have not stayed here. I took the picture from the car on the near side of the road, and I have edited out the parking sign from the middle of the picture.

This house is still in the Buckman family. It has an above ground basement, which is unusual for this area.

Sleeps 6 (King, Double, 2 Twins)

Note: Cleaning and linens are Included in rates.
Also, add 12% (NC Sales Tax and Occupancy Tax) and $25 Processing Fee.
Holiday Weeks ~ Add 15%

SUMMER RATES

May - Sept
$195 / Night
$1050 / Week

WINTER RATES
Oct – April
$150/ Night
$850/ Week

LAUNDRY:
Washer and dryer provided.

PARKING:
Off-Street parking.

LINENS:
Linens and towels provided.

CHECK IN / CHECK OUT:
IN: 2:00 pm OUT: 11:00 am.
Or By Arrangement.

PETS:
Sorry, no pets..

SECURITY DEPOSIT: $250
fully refundable if no damage.

SORRY, SMOKING IS NOT PERMITTED

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Family Travel, Architecture
  • Written May 8, 2005
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Piver House: Historic Home Built c 1786

I have not stayed here. I took the picture because it was a historic building.

This fisherman's cottage was once used as a school for girls from the Outer Banks. It is beautifully restored with wonderful old floors, 2 fireplaces, screened porch, downstairs master bedroom with private patio.

2 BR / 2 Baths that sleeps 2-8
(2 Q, 1 Q Sleeper Sofa, Twin Trundle, Daybed)
with all the modern conveniences you expect, including high speed wireless internet.

Rates & Details
Note: 2 Night Minimum
Rates Include Linens & Cleaning.
Add 12% (NC Sales Tax and Occupancy Tax) and $25 reservation fee.
Holiday Weeks ~ Add 15%

SUMMER RATES
May - Sept $1150 / Week $280 / Night
(*Discount rate after 2 nights: $225/Night)

WINTER RATES
Oct – April
$200 / Night
$950 / Week

LAUNDRY: Washer and dryer provided.
PARKING: Off-Street parking.
LINENS: Linens and towels included.
CHECK IN / CHECK OUT: IN: 2:00 pm OUT: 11:00 am. Or By Arrangement.

PETS: Sorry, no pets..
SECURITY DEPOSIT: $250 fully refundable if no damage.

SORRY, SMOKING IS NOT PERMITTED

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Historical Travel, Luxury Travel, Architecture
  • Written May 8, 2005
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Ward House: Historic Home Built in 1785

I have not stayed here

Season Per Week * Per Night

April 2 - Sept 8 $ 1150.00 $ 250.00
Sept 9 - Jan 5 $ 950.00 $ 175.00
Jan 7 - April 1 $ 850.00 $ 150.00

*2 Night Minimum

Additional Fees:
Security Deposit $ 200.00
Cleaning Fee $ 75.00 + 7% Sales Tax

NC State & Occupancy Tax 12% of rental rate

Processing Fee $25.00 + 12% Sales Tax

Accommodations: 2 Full Beds and 2 Twin Beds

It does have 2 off-street parking places and a large back yard for private sunbathing
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Sorry no Pets allowed!
No Smoking

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Luxury Travel, Architecture, Road Trip
  • Written May 8, 2005
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The Cedars by the Sea: William Bordon House c 1768

I have not stayed here.

This house was originally the home of William Bordon, a Quaker. Since he was a Quaker he could not swear an oath. Therefore he could not hold public office although he was an important person in the town.

• High Speed Wireless Internet Access
• Complimentary Full Breakfast
• Private Baths
• Hair Dryers in every room
• Fireplaces
• King and Queen Beds
• Sitting Rooms
• Secluded Cottage with Whirlpool Bath
• Cable T.V.
• Wine Bar
• Bicycles
• Off-Street Parking

Rates

Luxury Suites $165 - $180.............Luxury Rooms $145
Anniversary and Honeymoon Cottage $180

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Romantic Travel and Honeymoons, Historical Travel, Architecture
  • Written May 7, 2005
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The Elizabeth Inn: Sabiston House 1857

I have not stayed here.

The ELIZABETH INN was built in 1857, by Captain John Sabiston who called it Sabiston House. In 1947, Dr. and Mrs. Woodard purchased this historical home and raised five boys here. Mrs. Woodard resided in the house until her death in April of 1994. The Inn is listed in the book "Haunted Inns of the Southeast".

April - October $83 to $88/per night
November - March $63 to $68/per night
WEEKLY RATES AVAILABLE!
TAXES INCLUDED!

* Affordable rates based on seasons of the year and special events.
* Children Welcome.
* Off street parking.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Architecture, Historical Travel, Family Travel
  • Written May 7, 2005
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