We booked our bungalow room via internet and a confirmation phone call shortly before our arrival. Although we arrived after closing (6pm), a note with instructions had been left for us. When we entered the room, our immediate reaction was "we are soooo returning here". The room was clean and welcoming. Four windows enabled us to enjoy the cross breeze. The bathroom contained toilet, sink and shower which was sufficient for our needs. The owners/staff were friendly and helpful, going out of their way to make our stay enjoyable.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Edwards of Ocracoke offers a classic island facility located in the heart of Ocracoke Village and is convenient to shops, restaurants and Silver Lake Harbor, on a quiet, less traveled street. The accommodations are modern, exceptionally clean and very reasonably priced, while retaining the original charm and ambiance of the quaint fishing village atmosphere. Edwards offers a variety of options for vacationers and travelers: single rooms, double rooms, apartments and cottages which can accommodate couples and families. The facility is family-owned and operated and provides charming accommodations in a tranquil setting. It's like going back in time - you can relax and enjoy life like you're suppose to. We welcome you to our vintage facility and hope that you discover the charm. Our guests like to walk and bike to shops and restaurants or gather outside in the courtyard to visit, grill, barbecue or clean their fish catch. Many of the guests return annually to their favorite units and often bring others to share in their vacation tradition with us at Edwards of Ocracoke. The facilities consist of 8 motel rooms, 3 efficiency rooms, 6 cottage apartments and 2 private cottages. Most have private screened porches while others offer open porches and decks, providing a room outdoors as a part of the relaxed atmosphere that is offered at Edwards. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Edwards Of Ocracoke Hotel Ocracoke
- Edwards Hotel Ocracoke
- Edwards Motel Ocracoke