Brand New Stylish Cozy Tree House Pet Friendly!!!Stylish and cozy home built in 2019. Garage apartment with many guests expressing feeling of a treehouse. They say it Property located within minutes of everything Wilmington has to offer. Perfect place for an enjoyable and comfortable short or lengthy stay. Located on a road that goes straight to beautiful Wrightsville Beach. Top of the line appliances. Fully stocked kitchen. Blazing fast internet/cable/Netflix. Private entry & keyless entry locks.
In the Heart of CB. Less than a block to it all!Clean and comfortable. We take great pride in how clean and tidy we keep our place. NO CLEANING FEE. Pet Friendly. NO PET FEE. One block to boardwalk and beach. Centrally located in Carolina Beach's Business District. Walk to everywhere. Plenty of convenient parking. NO PARTYING, heavy drinking, rough-housing etc... Low-key guests only! PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL THE HOUSE RULES BEFORE YOU BOOK! Especially review and acknowledge the "HEALTH AND SAFETY" section.
The Zen Den - A Private Oasis room w/ BathLooking to escape for a bit or enjoy a peaceful environment for a bit? The Zen Den is a private room with its own private entrance from the outside of the home, stocked with everything to make your stay as pleasurable as possible! The Zen Den is an additional room, added onto the century old home quite some time ago, but has recently been remodeled with a beautiful full private bathroom and new furnishings. The Den is 1 mile from downtown, 8 miles from the beach.
This festive beach town just south of Wilmington, North Carolina, is classic summertime Americana. When fireworks explode over the vintage oceanfront boardwalk after sunset, it’s easy to understand why vacationing families have been flocking to Carolina Beach since the late 19th century, when visitors arrived via steamship down the Cape Fear River. Though the town is less than three square miles, there’s no shortage of things to do: Take a surf lesson or jetski in the waves on the Atlantic Ocean side, fish for mackerel and perch off the wooden pier, or see how many species of migratory birds you can count while hiking the nine miles of white-sand trails at Carolina Beach State Park.
Fly into Wilmington International Airport (ILM), and chances are you’ll be checking into your rental accommodations less than an hour after your plane touches down: It’s only about 20 miles, or 30 minutes, from the tarmac to the sand. Once you’re at Carolina Beach, bicycling is the best way to get around, and there are a number of bike rental shops in town that will be eager to oblige.
Carolina Beach is a popular spring and summertime destination. Summer days are hot, humid, and breezy, and temperatures usually crack 90 degrees Fahrenheit in July and August. The water temperature is not far behind, reaching a bathtub-like 82 degrees. Summer is also the region’s wettest time of year: expect 7 to 8 inches of rain in July, August, and September. It’s always good to be mindful of tropical storms during hurricane season, which runs from June to November. Fall brings fewer crowds and milder temperatures, so it’s a good time to visit, though it may be too cold to swim. Winter highs hover around 60 degrees, with overnight lows close to freezing, so pack accordingly and make sure to layer up.
Though it dates to the 1880s, the Carolina Beach Boardwalk has been rebuilt, expanded, and modernized over the years, but it still retains its throwback charm. These days you’ll find an assortment of carnival rides, arcade games, candy vendors, and tiki bars, just steps from the sand.
Highlights of this 761-acre park, nestled between the Cape Fear River and Atlantic Ocean, include the 50-foot Sugarloaf Dune and nine miles of hiking trails for all skill levels (don’t miss the carnivorous pitcher plants and Venus flytraps that line the half-mile Flytrap Trail). There’s also a marina with two public boat ramps from which you can depart on fishing excursions to Myrtle Grove Sound, the river, or the sea.
With unpredictable currents and dangerous shoals lurking beneath the surface, this stretch of North Carolina coastline has been perilous for mariners of yore, claiming nearly 65 shipwrecks within a 50-mile radius. But the wrecks are a boon for divers, who can book charter trips to explore the Condor Heritage Dive Site, an area containing 21 shipwrecks including the Condor, which ran aground while evading Union ships in 1864.