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Beaufort, North Carolina

North Carolina Vacation Rentals, Beaufort, NC

97 Sunset Lane Duplex

Beaufort, NC Pet Friendly, family, get-away, golf, wedding, reunion & retreat Vacation Rentals

2 Bedrooms, 2 full baths
Downtown Historic District

99 Sunset Lane Duplex

Beaufort, NC Pet Friendly, family, get-away, golf, wedding, reunion & retreat Vacation Rentals

4 bedrooms, 4 full baths
Downtown Historic District

Beaufort, NC Vacation Rentals
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Beaufort NC Vacation Rentals
Located At The Heart Of The North Carolina Crystal Coast

Located on the gorgeous North Carolina Crystal Coast near Atlantic Beach, Cape Lookout, Morehead City, Emerald Isle and New Bern, these pet friendly duplex vacation rentals are in beautiful Beaufort, NC.  A quaint, historic seaport, Beaufort, NC was founded in 1709 and is the third oldest town in North Carolina.  Click here for more details on the colorful Hisory of Beaufort, NC including Blackbeard the Pirate and his ship the Queen Anne's Revenge.

Our Beaufort, NC Vacation Rentals are the perfect locations for family beach vacations, romantic honeymoons, quick get-aways, scouting real estate on the North Carolina Crystal Coast, group golf vacations, deep sea fishing and day trips to Ocracoke and Cape Hatteras on the northern Outer Banks of North Carolina.

We offer discount rental rates plus reduced green fees on golf vacation packages.

For quick getaways, inquire about our last miniute vacation deals!

Our 97 and 99 Sunset Lane Duplexes provide comfortable and convenient lodging to enjoy couple, group or family vacations in the North Carolina Outer Banks and Beaufort NC areas!

Property Combinations Offer Perfect Group Accommodations for Golf Outings, Weddings, Conferences, Reunions, Retreats and more!

Group discount rental rates are available on group accommodations for wedding parties, corporate or church retreats, family or class reunions, golf outings, sports or other group travel.

Beaufort NC & Crystal Coast Fun Things To Do

Play a round of golf at excellent Crystal Coast golf courses and resorts including Brandywine Bay in Morehead City, Carolina Pines in New Bern, The Country Club Crystal Coast in Pine Knoll Shores, Minnesott in Arapahoe, Silver Creek in Swansboro, Star Hill in Cape Carteret and The Links in Havelock.  Many offer amenties such as par 3, par 72, 18 hole championship golf courses, drving ranges, pro golf shops, lessons, PGA instructors, club rentals, discount afternoon rates, rental clubs, put put, tennis courts, bent grass greens, fishing ponds, boat ramps, seasonal discounts and active military discounted rates.  In cooperation with the above golf courses and resorts, we are now offering our guests special group packages with discount rates on accommodations and greens fees!  We invite you to check out our new Golf Package Guide for course descriptions, layouts and discounted package rates.

Central North Carolina Coast and Southern Outer Banks area scuba diving, snorkeling, kayaking and windsurfing are a few of the watersport excursions that can be arranged at the downtown Beaufort Marina.  Romantic, sunset dinner cruises, scenic boat tours, coastal ecology or dolphin sighting sails, and adventure speed boat rides to the southern Outer Banks including Cape Lookout, Shackleford Banks, the Back Sound and Carrot Island are also available.

Enjoy fine dining at excellent Beaufort restaurants (many on the waterfront).  Wander by the lovely homes or through the fascinating "OldBurying Ground" in the Historic District.  Browse the quaint shops for unique gifts, art, pottery or antiques on downtown Front Street and historic Turner Street.  Visit the free and fascinating Beaufort Maritime Museum or take double decker bus and historic site tours.

Take a leisurly stroll on the boardwalk to view the ever changing flotilla of cruise ships, luxury yachts, sailing ships, fishing boats and pleasure craft.  Play tennis or launch your own boat at the nearby free town-owned facilities.  All these fun activities are within easy walking or biking distance of Beaufort Bungalow, Beaufort Cottage and Sunset Lane Duplex.

Drive a short distance over the waterway bridges to Morehead City for Crystal Coast deep sea fishing, horse back riding,waterfront dining and shopping.  Cross the breathtaking Intracoastal Waterway bridge to visit Crystal Coast beaches for pier and surf fishing, shelling, surfing or just relaxing while taking in coastal views.

Tour nearby Fort Macon, visit the newly renovated NC Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores (reopened Spring 2006) or go a little further to historic New Bern and famous Tryon Palace. Catch ferries to Cape Lookout, Harker Island, Ocracoke and then on to Cape Hatteras to enjoy day trips on the Outer Banks of North Carolina.

Take a stroll along the waterway or relax on the front porch catching refreshing coastal breezes or enjoying a fabulous Beaufort sunset.  Though there are many North Carolina coast rental homes and beach rentals, we invite you to come experience the finest coastal vacation lodging in the Outer Banks, Beaufort and Crystal Coast areas, truly "A Piece of Heaven"!

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Beaufort, North Carolina History
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"Known as Fish Town in the early 1700's when Blackbeard frequented the coast, Beaufort Town was established as a seaport with the right to collect customs in 1722.  During the American Revolution, it was the third largest port in the state.

As in most of eastern North Carolina, early trade centered around lumber products.  These were shipped from the rich Newport River area plantations to the West Indies in exchange for glassware, cloth, furniture, coffee and rum. Historically significant, the Old Burying Ground was deeded to the town in 1731.  It contains graves of soldiers from the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, and the Civil War. Captain Otway Burns' grave with the cannon from his privateer, is perhaps one of the best known.

A salt works, which was established by order of the Provincial Congress in 1776 for Revolutionary War use, is located slightly over a mile to the east.A whaling community, Diamond City, was located on Shackleford Banks, six miles to the southeast by boat, during the 18th & 19th centuries. This perhaps explains the New England feel which is blended with traditional southern colonial architecture. Beaufort continued to prosper into the nineteenth century as a port and as an agricultural, commercial and governmental center. Nearby Fort Macon, a large brick fortress guarded the eastern end of Carteret County. Beaufort became a favorite summer retreat for the well-to-do.

Beaufort was relatively unscarred by the Civil War, due to an early and prolonged occupation by Union forces. Following the war's conclusion, Beaufort again resumed its importance as a summer retreat. Trade was strong for a time; lumber, barrel staves, rum, and molasses were some of Beaufort's exports. However, the port declined as a trade center and commercial fishing became the primary business in the area. Beaufort served as home port for a large fishing fleet and as the site of the processing plants for the menhaden trade. In the 1970s, Beaufort again became a major summer resort as the town and waterfront were restored. In 1997, Beaufort was highlighted in national and international news as the wreckage of what is presumed to be Blackbeard's flagship, Queen Anne's Revenge, was discovered in 20 feet of water --2 miles from Beaufort Inlet. Artifact recovery operations were immediately able to identify --and in some cases retrieve-- many pieces, including the ship's bronze bell, cannons, and deck guns. Some of these artifacts are already touring the country or are on exhibit in Beaufort. Be sure to stop by the NC Maritime Museum, it's now one of the most popular attractions in the state."

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