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If a beach inn is your priority, you want the Cape Hatteras Bed and Breakfast, one block from Route 12 on Old Lighthouse Road. They have nine rooms with a three night minimum. They do accept children and those under 12 stay free with an adult in the room. Each room has a private bath, cable tv, small refrigerator, coffee pot, and in some a microwave. Amenities include a sundeck, gas grille, outdoor showers, surfboard and windsurfing rig closets, bikes, beach chairs, coolers, and beach bags. A bountiful breakfast is served from 8-10 daily. One block from Dillons Corner Store, Diamond Shoals Restaurant and Red Drum Fishing Outfitters. Within earshot of the surf. From chairs on the terrace you can see the ocean and lighthouse. One of America's great bed & breakfasts. 800-237-1138.

Pamlico Inn

If you want a soundside bed & breakfast, quiet water, beautiful sunsets, lots of birds, crabbing, kayaking, windsurfing, and sitting along the water without actually going in it, The Inn on Pamlico Sound is your place. It's set back in the trees off Route 12 and right on the Sound. They have 11 rooms, some facing the water, some the garden, some with king beds, some with queens. The photo at left is taken from the dock. Through that gate is a pool. Pets are not welcome but kids over 8 are. There's a two night minimum. The restaurant on the premises is gourmet quality. If looking out your window at the ocean or listening to crashing surf is not your top priority, you should give this lodging serious consideration. You're only 10 minutes from Lighthouse Beach, so you can have the best of both worlds. Pamlico Inn offers fishing charters and tours of Pamlico Sound departing from the inn's own dock, and if you have your own kayak or windsurfing rig you can launch from that dock and use the inn's storage facilities. 866-995-7030. innonpamlicosound.com.

The Seaside Inn is The Grand Old Dame of Hatteras Island. It opened in 1928 and until the fifties was the only lodging for early fishermen and vacationers who took the ferries and sand roads to this isolated spot. Historians today consider it the finest remaining example of old island architecture. Hurricane Isabel inflicted serious damage, requiring a 30 month reconstruction effort, during which the entire building was raised three feet. It is once again a bed and breakfast with six suites and four rooms furnished with 19th century antiques. All rooms have private baths and there's a beautiful commons room with fireplace. Rooms have great porches looking toward the beach. The Seaside is in Hatteras Village a short walk from four restaurants. Staying here puts you on a beautiful ocean beach but very close to Hatteras Harbor with its inshore and offshore fishing charters. (252) 986-2700
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