Hatteras is a unique place steeped in colonial history. The first English born settlers, pirates, and generations of people who love the sea have called this place home. Nestled behind the visitors bureau and the famous Red & White is our little guest house grouping of Rooms, Suites, and Cottages.
CASUAL & COMFORTABLE
We've taken special care to make sure our guest house is laid back and full of rustic coastal authenticity, but loaded with the amenities and conveniences that make a visit special.
EXPERIENCE HATTERAS LIKE A LOCAL
Grab a cup of coffee from the shared kitchen, and relax on the deck or stroll the streets of world famous Hatteras Village. Your steps from the marina, restaurants, and amazing water views but sheltered on a private tucked away lot.
A RICH & STORIED HISTORY
The Main House was constructed shortly after the land purchase in 1919 by Captain William Styron, a commercial fisherman, long before the Bonner Bridge, Hatteras Village truly was a remote place. He made several additions to the original structure including the Netting Shack which we transformed into The Love Shack.
AFFORDABLE FLEXIBLE & CLEAN
From $99-$300 per/night our rooms and cottages are great for couples, friends traveling in small groups, and families. Some have private entrances, private baths, and kitchenette. Spaces can accommodate from 1 to 4 guests. The added bonus of a shared full kitchen, living room lounge, outdoor grill, outdoor shower, decks, and yard will give you that make-yourself-at-home vibe and allow you to interact with a community of like-minded guests from around the world.
Established in 1886 the Red & White, a short 50-yard walk to gourmet food, wine, and an impressive beer selection is open year round. Within walking distance are the Post Office, Library, A.S. Austin a sports and golf cart rental company, the volunteer Firehouse-home of the Saturday night fish fry, and the Snackery a world-class Bakery and pastry shop.
A SHORT BOARDWALK STROLL AWAY
Two of the best restaurants on Hatteras Island, Dinky’s, and the Breakwater are just far enough to walk off your delicious meal. Or visit The Hatteras Marlin Club, host of the annual charity Marlin tournament where million-dollar 50 foot boats convene to catch the “Big one”. Prefer to cook your own meal? Two houses away on the waterfront is Tillman's Fish House, literally the freshest fish, we will assist you to buy fresh catch right off the boat.
FISHING AND TOURING FUN
On the boardwalk are dozens of charter boats and the Miss Hatteras head boat fleet. Angling off Hatteras is described as the best in the world, where the Labrador current and the Gulf Stream meet not far off shore. A truly unique place to stay.
A vacation you will not forget, we look forward to hosting you!