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This is one of the original small family cottages from the 1950's. EI was largely unsettled until then. It is a non-fancy cinderblock Beach House with everything you need and located near Bogue Inlet Pier, the first recreational spot at the island's west end. This part of Bogue Banks was first home to the nomadic Algonquin Indian tribe, then whalers, and home to about 15 families who arrived in 1893. In 2015 the population was 3,720 and during the summer 50,000 visitors inhabit the area.
This Vacation Rental is located a half block from the private fishing pier and public beach in Emerald Isle, NC. Please note that there are no life guards on this beach, it does have a Beach Patrol. I have posted Rip Current information that should be reviewed before visiting the beach.
It has a full kitchen with 2 person table, apartment sized stove, microwave, Central Air & toaster oven, coffee maker, blender, mixer, pots/pans, utensils, cups etc.
LINENS ARE SUPPLIED
First bedroom has a Queen sized bed, with a firm mattress, across the hall from the Main Bathroom. Has small flat screen cable TV
The next Bedroom has 2 Twin beds, with firm mattresses, and a small old cable TV.
One bedroom has a half bath, sleep number bed and separate entrance. So be courteous to the next renters and owner by smoking outside.
THIS IS A NO SMOKING HOUSE
There are a couple buckets outside for your butts.
THE HOUSE IS NOT CHILDPROOFED
Carport, Outside shower/ clothesline, large yard.
THE HOUSE IS PET FRIENDLY
It is a quiet Island with many good local restaurants and pubs. Miniature golf and ocean rentals on the island. No high rises or Fast Food chains except Ben & Jerry's and Dairy Queen. The Seafood Market and Deli (/free WiFi) are within half a mile. The grocery store, Hardware store, Drug store and Coffee Shop (/free WiFi) are within a mile.
• Dogs are permitted on the beach strand, but must be kept
on a leash at all times. Dog excrement must be collected
and removed from the beach strand (AND MY PROPERTY). Trash containers are located at each public beach access on both the beach and
• Cigarette butts should not be left on the beach (OR MY PROPERTY) and should be properly discarded.
Interaktion mit Gästen
The Phone number of my Property Manager is listed on the refrigerator. You can contact me through AirBnB (will text my phone) or my Property Manager who lives nearby.
Weitere wichtige Infos
RIP CURRENT SAFETY
If caught in an ocean rip current:
• Remain calm to conserve energy and think clearly.
• Never fight against the current.
• Think of the rip current like a treadmill that cannot
be turned off, but that you can step to the side of.
• Swim out of the current in a direction following
the shoreline. When out of the current, swim at an
angle, away from the current, towards shore.
• If you are unable to swim out of the rip current,
float or calmly tread water. When out of the current,
swim towards shore.
• If you are still unable to reach shore, draw attention
to yourself by waving your arms
OTHER IMPORTANT BEACH REGULATIONS
• Red flags in place on the beach strand mean surf conditions
are extremely dangerous and swimming is not advised.
• Dunes are the Town’s first line of defense in storms and hurricanes.
Climbing on the dunes is not permitted.
• Fires are not permitted on the beach strand.
• Fireworks that leave the ground and/or explode are illegal.
The Police Department will confiscate any illegal fireworks
and file appropriate charges.
• Holes in the sand deeper than 12 inches must be filled in
completely when you leave the beach. Large holes are a
safety hazard for others using the beach, as well as for nesting
sea turtles and their offspring.
• Sea turtle nests are marked with wooden posts, tape and
signage, and should be avoided. The Town is a sea turtle
sanctuary, and works diligently to protect sea turtles.
• Littering on the beach is illegal and will not be tolerated.
Please use the numerous trash cans and recycling containers
located at every public beach access.
• Leaping from an ocean fishing pier is illegal.
• Surfing is not permitted within 200 feet of the ocean fishing
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