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Lee todas las reseñas. Recibiste 51 reseñas con una calificación de 4.81 sobre 5.SuperanfitriónAvon, Carolina del Norte, Estados Unidos
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Anfitrión: Natalie
13 huéspedes5 habitaciones12 camas3,5 baños
Casa entera - Anfitrión: Natalie
13 huéspedes5 habitaciones12 camas3,5 baños
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Waterfront! Instant detox. The house sits right on Pamlico sound with private beach access, million dollar sunset views, hot tub, kayaks, standup paddle board, bikes on premises, membership to nearby Gym, Pool & Tennis Club as well as nearby Koru Spa & yoga studio and Avon Pier fishing pass (all these amenities are within 0.5-1.5 miles) - save hundreds of dollars in fees for these services. We pay for half of our guests' required travel insurance costs. Sunday check-in and 7 day min June-August.

El espacio
The house sits right on Pamlico sound. Private beach/water access, million dollar views, stunning sunsets, hot tub, wrap around deck. Perfect soundfront location for a relaxed vacation - unwind and recharge! Windusrfing, kiteboarding, kayaking, sailing, fishing, birding, surfing abound - this is a watersportsman's, fisherman's and nature lover's dream! Set up and water launch right from the backyard - no need to pack your gear and drive every time you want to play on the water :) Can't beat that!

Free swimming pool, tennis courts access for your entire group with our membership.

Gym membership at the newly open “Raise the Bar” 1/2 a mile away.

Avon Pier. Free access for your entire group. Open Good Friday to December 1st

Included with Koru Spa membership: Yoga by the beach, June 4th - August 29th.

Save over $450 in weekly kayak, SUP and bike rentals by using ours.

A very serene and relaxed setting to unwind and recharge! Very quiet, family friendly.

Quaint fisherman village with sailboats and fresh catch for your family barbeque.

We will pay for half of our guests' required travel insurance costs (generally $50-$100). Protect your trip cost for a small fee. Most of our guests are large families coming to the Island to reconnect and have fun. When live interferes (illness, legal responsibilities, weather etc.), this small investment goes a long way to provide some peace of mind.

Our hot tub offers 180 degree views of the sound and is a great place to relax and enjoy the view of the water and a star lit skies. Our jets are on the mellow side, so if you are looking for a tub that has very strong tub jets, this one doesn’t.

House is normally rented for full weeks, Sunday to Sunday during high season (June-August.)

Our property is located right on the sound. The advantages are the beautiful views, water sports, wild life etc. The disadvantage of owning a waterfront property is the damage that hurricanes and storms cause. One of the damages is erosion of the grounds by powerful water action during storms. We have a bulkhead and tall marsh grasses to protect the grounds from being dug up an taken away by the storms. If you are looking for a manicured lawn with short grass we unfortunately won’t be able to provide that.

Check in at 4:30 pm, check out at 10 am.

Sound vs. Ocean side...

Folks often ask me why I choose to be on the sound side instead of the ocean. It's a matter of personal preference, of course.

Sound side is more serene, relaxed and quiet and you don't feel like you are sharing your vacation with hundreds of other beach goers. Having said that if you want to mix and match you can always cross to the Ocean side - takes 5 min.
I am not an early riser, so even though I love sunrises on the ocean side I am not usually up that early to enjoy them, especially when on vacation. This makes the sunset displays off our deck one of the biggest highlights of this location.
If you have children in your party, depending on how old they are being on the Sound side can be a great advantage - no violent waves or rip currents to worry about. They can simply walk into the calm water and swim, play and enjoy. You also get the homey feel and a contained space where it is easier to watch the kids as it's just you and your family on the beach. Teenagers may want to do some kayaking, windsurfing, sailing or kiteboarding - all better suited for the sound side.
I also like the fact that you can walk to the local fishing village, watch the sailboats and the simple life that goes on there - just a different feel, more local, less touristy. It's a matter of preference.
If you or your kids/family are into kitesurfing/windsurfing/kayaking/sailing - Sound side is the place to be! Prevailing winds are side-on-shore SW and the water is relatively shallow making it a safer environment for the wind/water sport enthusiasts to enjoy their hobbies. For surfers on the other hand, Oceanside location is certainly the place to be.
All that said, some folks prefer Oceanside locations and there are certainly plenty of gorgeous spots to choose from! Those are usually quite a bit more expensive though.

About the neighborhood:
Avon is Rustic and full of energy. It is a kiteboarding and windsurfing mecca due to ideal wind and beach conditions.
Avon is an old Hatteras Island village that has become synonymous with recreational surf fishing, and the Avon pier is a hot spot for those in pursuit of big gamefish like Red Drum. Just north of Buxton, this once tiny village of watermen and their families has grown to be a highly coveted vacationing experience with pristine, natural beaches and beautiful rental cottages. But Avon still retains its tight knit community feel. Even though you can find fantastic seafood restaurants, a supermarket, and some of the conveniences of home, a rustic atmosphere still permeates Avon.

You may hear Avon referred to as Kinnakeet by some locals. It was the name local tribe of Algonkian Indians gave the area, and later adopted by settlers. But in 1883, the U.S. Postal Service redubbed the village Avon, like they did with most of the Hatteras Island communities.

On the sound side of Avon, on the western side of Highway 12, you may see kiteboarders performing amazing aerial stunts and windsurfers racing across the surface of the Pamlico Sound. Nearby Kite point and Canadian Hole were named after the popularity of this public access spots with kiteboarders and with our visitors from the north. In the early spring, many watersports lovers flock here from Canada, Massachusets, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and other points north, because it is still quite cold at home and these enthusiastic athletes can't wait to have a little fun on the water.

No handicap access.

Acceso de los huéspedes
Lock box is located in the car port.

Otros aspectos a destacar
Charcoal Weber grill and separate propane gas grill, 2 bikes, kayak and standup paddleboard are available. Guests are responsible for bringing charcoal and refilling propane tank.

We pay for half of our guests' required travel insurance costs (generally $50-$100). Protect your trip cost for a small fee. Most of our guests are large families coming to the Island to reconnect and have fun. When live interferes (illness, legal responsibilities, weather etc.), this small investment goes a long way to provide some peace of mind.
Waterfront! Instant detox. The house sits right on Pamlico sound with private beach access, million dollar sunset views,…
Waterfront! Instant detox. The house sits right on Pamlico sound with private beach access, million dollar sunset views, hot tub, kayaks, standup paddle board, bikes on premises, membership to nearby Gym, Pool & Tennis Club as well as nearby Koru Spa & yoga studio and Avon Pier fishing pass (all these amenities are within 0.5-1.5 miles) - save hundreds of dollars in fees for these services. We pay for half of our guests' required travel insurance costs. Sunday check-in and 7 day min June-August.

El espacio
The house sits right on Pamlico sound. Private beach/water access, million dollar views, stunning sunsets, hot tub, wrap around deck. Perfect soundfront location for a relaxed vacation - unwind and recharge! Windusrfing, kiteboarding, kayaking, sailing, fishing, birding, surfing abound - this is a watersportsman's, fisherman's and nature lover's dream! Set up and water launch right from the backyard - no need to pack your gear and drive every time you want to play on the water :) Can't beat that!

Free swimming pool, tennis courts access for your entire group with our membership.

Gym membership at the newly open “Raise the Bar” 1/2 a mile away.

Avon Pier. Free access for your entire group. Open Good Friday to December 1st

Included with Koru Spa membership: Yoga by the beach, June 4th - August 29th.

Save over $450 in weekly kayak, SUP and bike rentals by using ours.

A very serene and relaxed setting to unwind and recharge! Very quiet, family friendly.

Quaint fisherman village with sailboats and fresh catch for your family barbeque.

We will pay for half of our guests' required travel insurance costs (generally $50-$100). Protect your trip cost for a small fee. Most of our guests are large families coming to the Island to reconnect and have fun. When live interferes (illness, legal responsibilities, weather etc.), this small investment goes a long way to provide some peace of mind.

Our hot tub offers 180 degree views of the sound and is a great place to relax and enjoy the view of the water and a star lit skies. Our jets are on the mellow side, so if you are looking for a tub that has very strong tub jets, this one doesn’t.

House is normally rented for full weeks, Sunday to Sunday during high season (June-August.)

Our property is located right on the sound. The advantages are the beautiful views, water sports, wild life etc. The disadvantage of owning a waterfront property is the damage that hurricanes and storms cause. One of the damages is erosion of the grounds by powerful water action during storms. We have a bulkhead and tall marsh grasses to protect the grounds from being dug up an taken away by the storms. If you are looking for a manicured lawn with short grass we unfortunately won’t be able to provide that.

Check in at 4:30 pm, check out at 10 am.

Sound vs. Ocean side...

Folks often ask me why I choose to be on the sound side instead of the ocean. It's a matter of personal preference, of course.

Sound side is more serene, relaxed and quiet and you don't feel like you are sharing your vacation with hundreds of other beach goers. Having said that if you want to mix and match you can always cross to the Ocean side - takes 5 min.
I am not an early riser, so even though I love sunrises on the ocean side I am not usually up that early to enjoy them, especially when on vacation. This makes the sunset displays off our deck one of the biggest highlights of this location.
If you have children in your party, depending on how old they are being on the Sound side can be a great advantage - no violent waves or rip currents to worry about. They can simply walk into the calm water and swim, play and enjoy. You also get the homey feel and a contained space where it is easier to watch the kids as it's just you and your family on the beach. Teenagers may want to do some kayaking, windsurfing, sailing or kiteboarding - all better suited for the sound side.
I also like the fact that you can walk to the local fishing village, watch the sailboats and the simple life that goes on there - just a different feel, more local, less touristy. It's a matter of preference.
If you or your kids/family are into kitesurfing/windsurfing/kayaking/sailing - Sound side is the place to be! Prevailing winds are side-on-shore SW and the water is relatively shallow making it a safer environment for the wind/water sport enthusiasts to enjoy their hobbies. For surfers on the other hand, Oceanside location is certainly the place to be.
All that said, some folks prefer Oceanside locations and there are certainly plenty of gorgeous spots to choose from! Those are usually quite a bit more expensive though.

About the neighborhood:
Avon is Rustic and full of energy. It is a kiteboarding and windsurfing mecca due to ideal wind and beach conditions.
Avon is an old Hatteras Island village that has become synonymous with recreational surf fishing, and the Avon pier is a hot spot for those in pursuit of big gamefish like Red Drum. Just north of Buxton, this once tiny village of watermen and their families has grown to be a highly coveted vacationing experience with pristine, natural beaches and beautiful rental cottages. But Avon still retains its tight knit community feel. Even though you can find fantastic seafood restaurants, a supermarket, and some of the conveniences of home, a rustic atmosphere still permeates Avon.

You may hear Avon referred to as Kinnakeet by some locals. It was the name local tribe of Algonkian Indians gave the area, and later adopted by settlers. But in 1883, the U.S. Postal Service redubbed the village Avon, like they did with most of the Hatteras Island communities.

On the sound side of Avon, on the western side of Highway 12, you may see kiteboarders performing amazing aerial stunts and windsurfers racing across the surface of the Pamlico Sound. Nearby Kite point and Canadian Hole were named after the popularity of this public access spots with kiteboarders and with our visitors from the north. In the early spring, many watersports lovers flock here from Canada, Massachusets, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and other points north, because it is still quite cold at home and these enthusiastic athletes can't wait to have a little fun on the water.

No handicap access.

Acceso de los huéspedes
Lock box is located in the car port.

Otros aspectos a destacar
Charcoal Weber grill and separate propane gas grill, 2 bikes, kayak and standup paddleboard are available. Guests are responsible for bringing charcoal and refilling propane tank.

We pay for half of our guests' required travel insurance costs (generally $50-$100). Protect your trip cost for a small fee. Most of our guests are large families coming to the Island to reconnect and have fun. When live interferes (illness, legal responsibilities, weather etc.), this small investment goes a long way to provide some peace of mind.
Waterfront! Instant detox. The house sits right on Pamlico sound with private beach access, million dollar sunset views, hot tub, kayaks, standup paddle board, bikes on premises, membership to nearby Gym, Pool…

Distribución de las camas

Habitación 1
1 cama king
Habitación 2
1 cama queen
Habitación 3
1 cama king
Habitación 4
1 cama queen
Habitación 5
4 camas individuales, 2 camas

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Cocina
Wifi
Gimnasio
Estacionamiento gratuito en las instalaciones
Chimenea interior
Jacuzzi
Piscina
TV por cable
Secadora
Ganchos de ropa

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Very quiet, family friendly.

Folks often ask me why I choose to be on the sound side instead of the ocean. It's a matter of personal preference, of course. But here are my thoughts:

Sound vs. Ocean side...
Sound side is more serene, relaxed and quiet and you don't feel like you are sharing your vacation with hundreds of other beach goers. Having said that if you want to mix and match you can always cross to the Ocean side - takes 5 min.
I am not an early riser, so even though I love sunrises on the ocean side I am not usually up that early to enjoy them, especially when on vacation. This makes the sunset displays off our deck one of the biggest highlights of this location.
If you have children in your party, depending on how old they are being on the Sound side can be a great advantage - no violent waves or rip currents to worry about. They can simply walk into the calm water and swim, play and enjoy. You also get the homey feel and a contained space where it is easier to watch the kids as it's just you and your family on the beach. Teenagers may want to do some kayaking, windsurfing, sailing or kiteboarding - all better suited for the sound side.
I also like the fact that you can walk to the local fisherman village, watch the sailboats and the simple life that goes on there - just a different feel, more local, less touristy. It's a matter of preference.
If you or your kids/family are into kitesurfing/windsurfing/kayaking/sailing - Sound side is the place to be! Prevailing winds are side-on-shore SW and the water is relatively shallow making it a safer environment for the wind/water sport enthusiasts to enjoy their hobbies. For surfers on the other hand, Oceanside location is certainly the place to be.
All that said, some folks prefer Oceanside locations and there are certainly plenty of gorgeous spots to choose from! Those are usually quite a bit more expensive though.

About the neighborhood:
Avon is Rustic and full of energy. It is a kiteboarding and windsurfing mecca due to ideal wind and beach conditions.
Avon is an old Hatteras Island village that has become synonymous with recreational surf fishing, and the Avon pier is a hot spot for those in pursuit of big gamefish like Red Drum. Just north of Buxton, this once tiny village of watermen and their families has grown to be a highly coveted vacationing experience with pristine, natural beaches and beautiful rental cottages. But Avon still retains its tight knit community feel. Even though you can find fantastic seafood restaurants, a supermarket, and some of the conveniences of home, a rustic atmosphere still permeates Avon.

You may hear Avon referred to as Kinnakeet by some locals. It was the name local tribe of Algonkian Indians gave the area, and later adopted by settlers. But in 1883, the U.S. Postal Service redubbed the village Avon, like they did with most of the Hatteras Island communities.

On the sound side of Avon, on the western side of Highway 12, you may see kiteboarders performing amazing aerial stunts and windsurfers racing across the surface of the Pamlico Sound. Nearby Kite point and Canadian Hole were named after the popularity of this public access spots with kiteboarders and with our visitors from the north. In the early spring, many watersports lovers flock here from Canada, Massachusets, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and other points north, because it is still quite cold at home and these enthusiastic athletes can't wait to have a little fun on the water.
Very quiet, family friendly.

Folks often ask me why I choose to be on the sound side instead of the ocean. It's a matter of personal preference, of course. But here are my thoughts:

Sound…

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