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A Trip For Two This Valentines Day

A Trip For Two This Valentine’s Day

Posted on Tuesday, January 24, 2017

A subtropical island with breathtaking sunsets, untouched acres of beach and intimate vacation rentals surrounded by natural beauty. Romance blooms on Bald Head Island! Why not plan a trip for two this Valentine’s Day and we’ll plan the rest…  Wake up leisurely to a cup of coffee on the veranda of your quaint cottage with magnificent views of the ocean. It’s your day so you are not in a hurry but you would like a little adventure on Valentine’...

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How to Eat Like a Local  The Best Dining Options While Vacationing at Bald Head Island

How to Eat Like a Local - The Best Dining Options While Vacationing at Bald Head Island

Posted on Tuesday, January 24, 2017

One of the best aspects of a vacation is the food that you get to experience in your chosen location. Whether you like to eat your favorites or experiment with local fare, Bald Head Island and the surrounding area will have something to offer you.   This latest blog post provides you both dining options on Bald Head Island and some options for a day trip if you want to explore Eastern North Carolina.   Let’s start with restaurants that you...

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Another Great Year for Bald Head Island

Another Great Year for Bald Head Island

Posted on Tuesday, January 17, 2017

A twenty minute ferry ride to Bald Head Island takes you into a truly unique environment where you can get away from it all. With no cars on the island, getting around requires a bike or a golf cart in which you have no choice but to breathe in the fresh air and admire the unmatched beauty of the island. It’s not difficult to fall in love with this area but we were happy to see Bald Head Island getting even more love this year. Southern Bride & Groom Magazine...

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Welcome to Winter on Bald Head Island

Welcome to Winter on Bald Head Island

Posted on Tuesday, January 10, 2017

You step onto a ferry boat for a two mile ride across the Cape Fear River. A cool wind blows through with temperatures in the high 50’s. You catch site of the state’s oldest standing lighthouse before you reach 10,000 acres of untouched beach, marsh and maritime forest preserves. Welcome to winter on Bald Head Island!  Mild yet cooler temperatures bring unique opportunities to Bald Head Island in January. First Friday Fire Pit event is most popular...

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