Miles after mile of golden sandy beach greets guests to the beachfront Golden Strand resort in Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina. Visitors enjoy uninterrupted views out across the Atlantic Ocean from this prime location which is nearby to some great local attractions including the Wright Brothers Museum and the North Carolina Aquarium. Perfect for couples and families alike this resort can become your home-from-home on the highly sought after North Carolina coastline.
The spacious 2 & 3-bedroom condos come well-appointed with an open-plan kitchen and living/dining room which is ideal for rustling up meals for the whole family. Head out onto your private balcony for unrivalled views of this stunning coastline, best enjoyed with a hot mug of coffee in the mornings or chilled drinks in the evenings. Each of the comfortable bedrooms offers a real sanctuary to return to after exploring this fascinating region on the East coast of the U.S.A.
Fishing and crabbing are just some of the popular past-times enjoyed in Kill Devil Hills and with the expansive Atlantic Ocean stretching out from its shores it’s no wonder. Enjoy calming afternoons soaking up the sunshine poolside whilst the kids tear around in the fun playground and then settle down together to a spot of al fresco dining at the BBQ areas provided. Nearby there are more great activities to get stuck into including 2 golf-courses and some great scuba diving opportunities too.
Discover the 1,200-acre nature preserve at Nags Head Woods where miles of walking and hiking trails put you in touch with nature in this peaceful area. For great fishing opportunities Jennette’s Pier in Nags Head provides the perfect location to set-up for the day or set sail with a sea excursion for the chance of a bigger catch! The USS Huron is North Carolina’s first Historic Shipwreck Preserve a real treat for divers and snorkelers visiting these shores.
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Kill Devil Hills
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