Outer Banks Pet Friendly Accommodations

Let’s be honest, our pets are fully fledged members of our family and not “just animals.” Don’t they deserve a vacation too? Pet-friendly Outer Banks accommodations would imply they do! While you’re spending hours in meetings, on the phone and behind a computer screen, your dog is guarding the house from intruders, keeping those militant squirrels out of the yard and cleaning up crumbs off of the kitchen floor – it’s hard work that definitely deserves a reward. Between the campgrounds, hotels, motels, inns and beds and breakfasts, there is plenty of room for your family members, both furry and non-furry. Some pet-friendly Outer Banks accommodations offer a limited amount of pet-friendly rooms, so they recommend calling before your visit to check on the availability for both you and your pet. Check out our pet-friendly Outer Banks accommodations listing below to see what places will give both you and your pets the beach experience you deserve.

Outer Banks Accommodations by Area

Corolla | Duck & Southern Shores | Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills & Kitty Hawk
Roanoke Island & Manteo | Hatteras Island | Ocracoke Island

Outer Banks Accommodations by Category

All Campgrounds | Cottage Courts | Cottages & Condos | Hotels & Motels | Pet Friendly | Bed and Breakfasts & Inns

 

 

Cameron House Next Door

Outer Banks Pet Friendly
301 Sir Walter Raleigh Street, Manteo
(252) 473-6596
(800) 279-8178

In the heart of historic Manteo in a restored 1903 home, Cameron House Next Door offers comfort in an easy-going Air B&B-type atmosphere. Currently, there is one guest room available, the Sandpiper, but three others will open in the fall of 2021. Guests in the Sandpiper enjoy a private screened-in porch with a wood-burning fireplace, sofa and chairs. This room also has a half-bath downstairs...read more

In the heart of historic Manteo in a restored 1903 home, Cameron House Next Door...read more

North Beach Campground

Outer Banks Pet Friendly
23781 N.C. Highway 12, Rodanthe
(252) 987-2378

In business since 1974, North Beach Campground is a family-oriented business on the oceanfront, which makes it quite popular. There is a waiting list for the permanent campsites. Nightly campsite rentals, which have water, electricity and sewage, fill up quickly. Camper sites with 50 amp cost $65 per night, and tent sites with 30 amp are $40. Reservations are accepted. The bathhouse has hot and...read more

In business since 1974, North Beach Campground is a family-oriented business on the oceanfront, which...read more

Pam’s Pelican Bed And Breakfast

Outer Banks Pet Friendly
1021 Irvin Garrish Highway, Ocracoke
(252) 928-1661

Pam’s Pelican is people and pet friendly with four comfortable, private rooms available for rent. Each air-conditioned room has a queen-size bed, a private bath, WiFi, satellite TV, a microwave, a mini fridge and an alarm clock. Two of the four rooms also include a twin bed. Grills, ice and coolers, bikes and beach chairs are available for guests to use. Pam's is open from...read more

Pam’s Pelican is people and pet friendly with four comfortable, private rooms available for rent....read more

Roanoke Island Inn

Outer Banks Pet Friendly
305 Fernando Street, Manteo
(252) 473-5511
(877) 473-5511

Roanoke Island Inn is one of Manteo’s most beautiful historic inns. It’s in the heart of the historic district, situated along the boardwalk and overlooking the water. The original building dates to the 1860s, and later additions and renovations have this inn sprawling over its large lot with lush landscaping and a quaint picket fence. The inn offers eight rooms with private baths and outside...read more

Roanoke Island Inn is one of Manteo’s most beautiful historic inns. It’s in the heart...read more

The Atlantic Inn

Outer Banks Pet Friendly
57321 N.C. Highway 12, Hatteras village
(252) 986-2700

The building that houses The Atlantic Inn has been serving Hatteras village’s visitors since 1928. On the National Register of Historic Places, this landmark, originally called Atlantic View Hotel, was the first lodging on Hatteras Island and was frequented by sportsmen who came to the island to fish and hunt. A beautiful example of classic coastal shingle-style architecture, the inn was severely damaged in Hurricane...read more

The building that houses The Atlantic Inn has been serving Hatteras village’s visitors since 1928....read more