The perfect getaway vacation awaits you in quaint and charming Duck, North Carolina. Enjoy the romantic activities of a small town village.
With miles of exotic beaches, Duck and the Outer Banks will place you in the most relaxing location and offer you a refreshing stay in the ocean front hotel, Barrier Island Station Duck.
Spend 3 days (2 nights) at Barrier Island Station at only $59!
The Barrier Island Station Duck is located at the north end of the Outer Banks in Duck, NC. This town is compacted with historical facts, beautiful sandy beaches, and charming shops. Not to mention numerous quality restaurants loaded with fresh seafood and other NC specialties.
The Barrier Island Station Duck places you directly ocean front to the Atlantic Ocean and within short distance to any of the Outer Bank towns. Fully furnished kitchens, tennis courts, and an outdoor swimming pool are just a few of the wonderful amenities you’ll find on the property. Visit the historic Wright brothers museum only minutes away; or the Jamestown settlement on Manteo.
The 30 miles of beautiful beaches are a great relaxation point for visiting the Outer Banks. The Barrier Island Station Duck offers incredible ocean views and will give you direct access to the beach. Galleries, wildlife parks, and historic tours are some of the many attractions that surround the beaches. With so many activities to choose from, your time will be filled with historic adventure.
What to do and surroundings
o Rundown Café – Rundown Café was voted best deck dining on the beach and offers a team’s collection of favorite recipes from the Pacific Rim islands and countries. The menu changes with their travels, but their fun, family-friendly atmosphere welcomes you every time you step through the door!
o Cravings Steaks & Seafood – For a quick bite, Cravings boasts the only drive thru in Duck and a spot on Guy Fieri’s Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives. They recently added on a full bar and outdoor dining, but they still serve up their famed seafood pots to-go.
o Outer Banks Brewing Station – The Outer Banks Brewing Station is the first wind powered brewery in the United States. Their menu offers award winning, hand-crafted beers; brunch and dinner; and house-made desserts.
o Donutz on a Stick – For something sweeter, try Duck’s newest dessert shop – Donutz on a Stick. You can choose from warm, melt-in-your-mouth donuts; frozen yogurt; or homemade ice cream flavors. Plus they have 35 toppings for you to add to your dessert of choice!
o Kilmarlic Golf Club – Kilmarlic was chosen to host the North Carolina Open in 2005 and again in 2009. It was recently awarded Top 100 Courses You Can Play in North Carolina by Golf Styles Magazine and it strives to keep its course in consistent tournament playing conditions.
o Water Tours – You will find many in the Outer Banks who offer kayak and stand up paddle board tours. If you are looking for adventure and to safely encounter the wildlife that North Carolina has to offer, check out kayak and paddle boarding tours!
o Sailing and Water Sports – On the miles of beaches of the Outer Banks, you can parasail, kayak, paddle board, wake board, waterski, tube, or rent wave runners and pontoon boats!
o History – The Outer Banks treasures its history and loves sharing it with visitors. While a replica of the original, the Bodie Island Lighthouse holds stories of sinking marshes, battles, and erosion. Just south of Kitty Hawk, Manteo holds the Wright Brothers National Memorial.
o Shopping – The Waterfront Shops in Duck offer shopping and relaxation, stunning beach views, and a small piece of Duck history. Scarborough Faire Shopping Villas in Duck feature a unique array of boutiques, restaurants, and galleries.
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