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300 Budleigh Street, Manteo, Roanoke Island, NC 27954
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#3 of 8 B&Bs / Inns in Manteo
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Cameron House Inn is a beautiful Manteo, NC inn nestled in the heart of Roanoke Island. Near Nags Head, Cape Hatteras and famous Outer Banks lighthouses, it is the ideal accommodation location for exploring the Outer Banks, the Roanoke Island attractions and enjoying the shops, restaurants and activities of Manteo. Cameron House Inn offers six guest rooms, all individually and beautifully designed. The overall style of the inn is Arts and Crafts, and the rooms reflect that look. Special amenities give each one its own appeal. Relax in a rocking chair by the outdoor fireplace and let the quaint, peaceful spirit of small–town Manteo carry you back to a simpler time.
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Free breakfast
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Snack bar
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Richard wrote a review Jul 2020
Washington DC, District of Columbia46 contributions26 helpful votes
My wife and I stayed here over the 4th of July with our two small dogs. Having never been to the Outer Banks before, we didn't really know what to expect, but we were pleasantly surprised. First, I think the location of Cameron House is pretty close to ideal. You're within easy walking distance of the harbor in Manteo, with shops and restaurants and a lot of boardwalks around the water. I was quite impressed with the town. There might not be a ton to do on Roanoke Island, but that's exactly the point. You're on a quiet side street in a quiet town, but within easy driving distance of the entire Outer Banks. Every day we visited a different landmark or beach, and it was so nice to come back to a nice quiet home base. In the future, I would not trade Manteo for any location on the outer islands, which can be quite busy and crowded. A little less so this year given the pandemic, but there were still tons of people out there. Manteo is the ideal median. The Inn itself was also great, if you're looking for something quaint and quiet. Because we had the dogs, we stayed in the Sandpiper Room, upstairs in the annex building (attached to the owners' house, actually). That was pretty nice, because we weren't bordering any other rooms and our dogs wouldn't bother anyone. It was a bit weird to enter the stairway to our room through a screened porch shared with the owners' house, but we never actually saw them, just their dog. The main Inn house itself was pretty quiet, but well stocked. One of the best things about the Inn is that they keep a constant stash of drinks and snacks and desserts refreshed in the kitchen. Can't say how many times we grabbed water bottles or drinks there before heading out in the July heat. "Snacks" also included fresh baked cookies every day and some really awesome cakes and cupcakes, which were constantly being replaced. Wherever they got those cakes from would also be a very worthy stop for visitors. Breakfast at the Inn was basic, but sufficient, and Michael was helpful with tips for visitors on where to go and where to eat out. The back patio at the Inn house was really enjoyable, although the July heat made things pretty toasty during the day. Our dogs would wake me up early, so I spent a lot of quiet morning hours sitting on the back porch. If it were colder, there was a fireplace that would have been nice to sit by. The Inn's cat, Jack, is quite friendly and will probably hop up into your lap if you sit there long enough. I imagine the rooms in the main house might be a bit noisy if the Inn is full, but the Sandpiper Room is isolated and therefore extremely quiet. Also mitigating against any real socializing with other guests were the pandemic adjustments made by the Inn to keep everyone safe. We only really ever saw other guests at breakfast, for which you need to sign up for a time slot the night before. If/when we return to the Outer Banks, I would definitely look into staying here again. It would be particularly fun with a group of friends or family. And I can't recommend Manteo enough, unless you want to be right in the middle of the craziness on the outer islands.
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Date of stay: July 2020
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Room Tip: Sandpiper Room is the quietest due to being in the annex building
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Laura in Virginia wrote a review Mar 2020
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My visit to this bed and breakfast was very nice. The house is beautiful and everything was super clean. My room was comfortable and quiet. The breakfast was lovely and it was nice being seated with other guests. The back porch had a fire burning in the fireplace when I arrived. Treats and drinks in the guest fridge where a really nice touch. Downtown restaurants and bars were only a block or two away. I would definitely recommend this Inn!
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Traveled solo
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edinbergane wrote a review Jan 2020
New Bern, North Carolina5 contributions
Second visit, very clean and friendly place. Will be back. ooh breakfast yummy. :) May be a change in Staff,hopefully Christine will change her mind. Forgot to mention every afternoon lovely desert available.
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Date of stay: December 2019
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blue95476 wrote a review Nov 2019
Sonoma, California229 contributions85 helpful votes
Super clean. Very enthusiastic, friendly and helpful hostess, Chris. Good food. Very nice. I don't like B&Bs. You cannot control your room temperature. The walls are thin. The floor creaks. The bathrooms are not modern. The stairs are steep and narrow. Great location. If B&B is you, this is your place.
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Date of stay: November 2019
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Room Tip: Upstairs so you do not hear those walking on top of you.
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Pdwalsh wrote a review Oct 2019
Norfolk, Virginia12 contributions3 helpful votes
Wonderful location within easy walking distance of downtown Manteo waterfront, restaurants, art galleries, shops. Cute house. Rooms are small but comfortable. No WOW factor. Nice touches--delicious cookies and dessert (triple chocolate cake and pecan pie were the choices during our stay) available all day. Frig with sodas and bottled water. Coffee, tea, hot chocolate available. No staff there to greet us (nice note on the unlocked front door welcoming us, and one for the couple who arrived the next day). Chris, manager, and Abbie, reservations person and baker, are very pleasant, but only around in the mornings. Breakfast was good (scrambled eggs and bacon one day, pancakes and mystery sausage the next), but not gourmet, and not 4 courses. Jack, the resident outdoor cat, was very friendly when we sat outside on either the front or back porch. Eco-friendly in that there were no single use plastic bottles of shampoo or body wash (dispensers mounted on the wall--but no mention of the brand of either). We enjoyed our stay, but felt it was overpriced for what we got.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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Room Tip: 2nd floor rooms are a bit larger. First floor rooms hear all the footsteps when someone is in...
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$209 - $265 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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cameron house hotel manteo
LOCATION
United StatesNorth CarolinaNorth Carolina CoastOuter BanksRoanoke IslandManteo
NUMBER OF ROOMS
6
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Frequently Asked Questions about Cameron House Inn
Which popular attractions are close to Cameron House Inn?
Nearby attractions include Roanoke Marshes Lighthouse (0.1 miles), Dare County Arts Council (0.1 miles), and Downtown Books (0.1 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Cameron House Inn?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Cameron House Inn?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and a snack bar during their stay.
Is parking available at Cameron House Inn?
Yes, free parking and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Cameron House Inn?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Hungry Pelican, Avenue Waterfront Grille, and 1587 Restaurant.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Cameron House Inn?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and French.
Are there any historical sites close to Cameron House Inn?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Island Farm (1.4 miles), Fort Raleigh National Historic Site (2.8 miles), and USS HURON Wreck (4.2 miles).