An Ocracoke bed and breakfast on Ocracoke Island, North Carolina, is the ideal hotel lodging alternative for your next vacation or weekend getaway.
Windfall Schooner Cruise, Ocracoke Pony Pens, Hammock Hills Nature Trails, Beach Outfitters, and the British Cemetery. How’s that for variety? Ocracoke Island can only be accessed by air or water—coming in by plane, boat, or ferry is only part of its charm.
Our Ocracoke Island lodging is in such a beautiful location it will make you believe you’re only dreaming of the perfect vacation. One of the barrier islands of the Outer Banks, Ocracoke Island is the home of the Cape Hattaras National Seashore and was once a historic fishing village before being discovered as a popular, beautiful vacation spot.
The Ocracoke Lighthouse, built in 1823, is one indication of the town’s fishing heritage. Speaking of heritage, Ocracoke Island was once a frequent hangout for the pirate Blackbeard—you can learn more about this at the Ocracoke Preservation Museum.
Here’s a great idea—why not select a picnic lunch from Styron’s General Store (operating since 1920!), and take advantage of the Ocracoke Village Walking Tour. The tour is self-guided, so you can stroll as leisurely as you desire. Looking for more adventure than leisure? Stop by at Ocracoke Adventures. They’ll fix you right up for your kayaking trip and other outdoor needs. See you there!
NCBBI is sure to have the perfect lodging for your North Carolina vacation on Ocracoke Island.