May 28, 2013 was our 25th Anniversary! For a quarter of a century we have been dedicated to providing our guests with authentic Nags Head oceanfront retreats, delivering the very best in tradition and honest vacation value. We invite you to come join us in celebration of 25 years at the only Outer Banks hotel featuring over 4 acres of pristine oceanfront, located in the quiet, residentially-zoned historic area which locals affectionately refer to as, ‘Old Cottage Row’ in Nags Head. You’ll love the sparkling new renovations for 2013 plus our beautiful oceanfront sand dunes, pristine beach, manicured Bermuda lawns and lush barrier island gardens.
Come join us for an extended stay for Labor Day on the Outer Banks. Nags Head InnOuter Banks Oceanfront Hotel is ideal for bathing in the sun and enjoying the over 4 acres of oceanfront! In addition you will find easy access to many great attractions and restaurants nearby.
Take advantage of our Special Promo below: Stay 3 nights at standard rate and get the 4th consecutive night FREE!
Firework displays are scheduled for: 1) Town of Nags Head at 9:25 p.m. on the Nags Head ocean pier located at Mile Post 11.5 on NC Route 12, S. Virginia Dare Trail in Nags Head. 2) Fireworks over the Roanoke Sound presented by Town of Manteo at 9:30 p.m.
Guests can enjoy both firework displays on the Outer Banks from the Nags Head Inn.
Take advantage of our Special Promo below:
Stay 3 nights at standard rate and get the 4th consecutive night FREE! PROMO CODE: 4 for 3
According to the Natural Resources Defense Council’s annual beach quality report, Nags Head North Carolina’s beaches ranked among the cleanest in the nation with a four out of five star rating! The 200 most popular beaches listed were based on how much they monitor their levels of contamination, whether or not they post closings at the beach and online, what percent of their samples exceed national standards, and whether or not the closing or advisories are issued promptly, according to NRDC’s website.
Nags Head’s Beach Nourishment project entails the dredging and placement of 4.6 million cubic yards of sand, that will be placed on 10 miles of Nags Head’s beach, from Bonnett Street at Mile Post 11 south to the town line at Mile Post 21. (For comparison, the emergency berm installed after Hurricane Isabel only used 353,000 cubic yards of sand.)The $36 million project will be funded solely through Town and County monies as federal funds have never been made available to Nags Head.
There are plenty of great things to do on Outer Banks. The Nags Head Inn Oceanfront Hotel in Nags Head is the perfect hotel on the outer banks to stay and enjoy all the activities with our convenient central location in Nags Head. We are close to it all!
Here are some of favorite picks for things to do on the Outer Banks this summer:
Fishing on the Outer Banks – Nags Head Inn Oceanfront Hotel in Nags Head is on the oceanfront with great surf fishing on our 20 acres of Oceanfront!
Jeanette’s Pier – Just a short stroll down the beach, Jeanette’s Pier is the newly renovated ($25 million dollars!) fishing pier. Owned and operated by NC Aquariums, the facility is packed with interesting displays and exhibits. Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, there’s always something fun and educational going on for the entire family.
74th Anniversary Season of The Lost Colony – May 27 – August 20 Waterside Theatre, Roanoke Island. Written by Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Paul Green, The Lost Colony tells the story of 117 men, women and children who vanished without a trace more than 400 years ago. Featuring lavish costumes designed by five-time Tony Award winner William Ivey Long and directed by Robert Richmond, the story comes to life summer nights at the open air Waterside Theatre. May 27 through August 20th 2011, Monday through Saturday at 8:30 p.m. Children 12 and under $10.00, Group rates for 10 or more. Complete the experience with a Waterside Sunset Picnic and pre-show Backstage Tour at 7 p.m. Reservations required. (252) 473-3414
Just down the Beach Road from Nags Head Inn you’ll discover the newly and very impressively renovated Jeannette’s Pier. The new state-of-the-art, LEED certified,wind-powered, 1,000-foot concrete pier and 16,000 square-foot pier house is a one-of-a-kind educational ocean fishing pier. Owned and operated by NC Aquariums, the facility is packed with interesting displays and exhibits featuring educational classrooms and programs, alternative energy demonstrations, live animal exhibits, meeting facilities, a snack & tackle shop, and a host of other displays and features for good family fun….with great fishing too! Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, there’s always something fun and educational going on for the entire family. Nags Head Inn is located just a short walk up the beach from Jennette’s Pier so it is a great place to stay and be close to the new pier.