About this Property
- Sleeps 4
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
- House boat
- Approximately 1280 SQUARE_FEET
- Non-smoking property
- Pets welcome (restrictions apply)
Our houseboat on the Intracoastal Waterway. Sit on the front porch and watch the yachts and commercial fishing boats go up and down the waterway. Bring your fishing pole and your boat. We have a wet slip available, so you can hop on and go! Cook what you catch or prepare your favorite steak on a grille.
We price this listing without linens. We clean our linens according to COVID 19 but have found many want to bring their own.
We are just 10 mins. away from Historic Beaufort. Wonderful unique shopping and eateries, boating trips to Shackleford, and book an eco-tour of the Rachel Carson Estuary, Mariners Museum, Beaufort Historical grounds, and art museum. Scenic bus tours of Beaufort or boat tours to see dolphins. You can even take a sunset cruise on the Lookout sailboat. If you appreciate the water, you will not be disappointed in the activities available. Here are just a few of the things you can do while visiting with us: swim, sail, boat, charter a tour, a cruise, snorkel, surfing at Atlantic Beach, paddle-board, kayak, jet ski, deep-sea fishing, secure a Pirate boat, treasure hunt, take a sunset cruise on the Lookout sailboat, pick up seashells, visit an aquarium, museums, libraries, take a trip to Shackleford Banks, see the wild Spanish Mustangs, discover great dive sites, dig for clams, gig a flounder, look for dolphins, go para-sailing, take a ferry over to Ocracoke, visit the 9-mile long island of Shackleford Banks, go Megaladon tooth diving, dive the many shipwrecks, buy a new surfboard, visit Cape Lookout National Seashore, and Shark Island.
Not much for water sports? That’s okay you take a tour of Historic Beaufort on a real English Double-Decker bus, dancing, golfing, shopping, eating, play volleyball on the beach, appreciate a murder mystery dinner theater production, walk the many fishing piers, fly a kite on the beach, have a picnic, walk the Beaufort’s and Morehead’s boardwalks, droll over yachts and sailboats docked at the marinas, experience outstanding photo opportunities, visit Beaufort’s old graveyards, tours historic homes, take a pirate's tour of downtown, rent bicycles, site seeing, listen to local musicians, visit Fort Macon, visit the Core Sound Waterfowl and Heritage center, visit Beaufort’s Historic Grounds, watch local artists paint, relax at a tiki bar, set on the outside decks of local eateries and have a marvelous meal and meet the locals, take your dog for a walk, or if all else fails, we recommend you take time to relax and spend time with those you appreciate in our friendly little town. You can't get lost here, and no matter where you go, you'll find plenty to do.
There is a 3-nighttime minimum stay on holiday weekends.
About the Area
Located in Beaufort, this houseboat is in the city center and on the waterfront. Core Creek Bridge and Beaufort Historic Site are local landmarks, and some of the area's activities can be experienced at Bock Marine and Jarrett Bay Marine Industrial Park. North Carolina Maritime Museum and North Carolina Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores are also worth visiting. Be sure to check out the area's animals with activities such as game walks and birdwatching.
Be prepared: check the latest COVID-19 travel requirements and measures in place for this destination before you travel.
Know Before you Go
A car is required for transportation to and from this property
- Pets allowed
- Dogs and cats only
- 2 per room (up to 50 lbs)
- Restrictions apply
- For more information contact the property at the number on the booking confirmation
Tricks and tips to get the optimal Havelock rental home experience:
Get the most from your spending budget:
- The earlier you can book, the easier your search will be. The most desirable vacation homes are booked early. Booking your vacation rental six - twelve months before your travel dates is recommended. Holidays such as Christmas and Thanksgiving are excellent times to plan and reserve your vacation rental.
- June, July, and August are the most expensive months in the Havelock area. Booking a rental in the Fall or Spring is one of our best tips for saving money on your vacation home. Rates are lower, and you'll find a better selection of desirable homes.
- Veterans and Active Duty Military members may qualify for special discounts. Be sure to ask your prospective property manager or host whether your group qualifies for a special rate.
- Property management companies typically offer renters an option to buy trip insurance. Trip insurance, which commonly costs 1% - 5% of the reservation price, offers visitors reimbursement of costs for missed time as a result of personal medical-related emergencies or weather disasters, as well as hurricane evacuation charges, such as an unanticipated hotel stay or additional gasoline expenses. Trip insurance might be a a life-saver if the unforeseen occurs. Ask your property manager for more information.
- Often, property management companies supply Havelock area visitor guides that include money-saving deals, either offered directly by local businesses, or through a partnership between the management company and the business itself. You can also find visitors guide and coupon books at local gas stations and shopping centers.
Finding the best vacation rental in the Havelock area:
- Choose dates and spending budget.
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- Specific details about bedrooms and bed sizes & counts is almost always available on booking websites. If you don't see them listed, email or call the property manager before you reserve the property. Note that most properties list the max. guest capacity, which frequently includes sofa beds and bunks.
- Traveling with pets? Although a number of vacation homes allow pets or animals, guidelines and costs vary per property. Type of pet, size and breeds may be limited. Ask your property manager before booking, and study your agreement thoroughly! Pet fees or costs may be applied to your agreement.
- Does your family require specific amenities? Most rental search websites include search filters for amenities. Filtering by amenity will allow you to quickly find your ideal rental home.
- Proper accessibility amenities can make or break a vacation for persons with disabilities. Confirm all necessary amenities are available and included before booking
- Add the property manager's phone number to your smartphone. Take a copy of arrival/departure procedures.
- Hosts are great sources of help! Feel free to ask any questions during your stay.
- Lock your rental while you're out. Protect your property!
- During check-in, note any issues with the property and immediately alert the host. Record all coorespondence.
- Respecting late-night quiet hours and parking restrictions can make a stay significantly more pleasurable. You will enhance your chance to make some new local friends, and resident neighbors are a fantastic source for finding the best local beaches and restaurants.
- Don't forget to... Ask a local resident! Locals can frequently help you find exactly what you're looking for. Who better to ask where to find the best seashells, have a great night on the town, or the best spots for BBQ?
- Re-check the property to make sure that you've packed all of your belongings at departure. Make sure to check bathrooms, dressers, and closets for hidden items. Remove everything from the refrigerator and take any leftovers home.
- Document the condition of the property at check-out. We recommend taking a video during your final walk-through.
- After your trip, leave feedback! Hosts rely on excellent ratings to stimulate future bookings. They'll be much obliged for your feedback. Alternatively, if something wasn't as described, other families will be thankful you shared your feedback and help them have the best future vacation. Please be objective. If something fell short of expectations, consider whether the owner had any control over the issue, and if so, whether they responded expeditiously to solve it.