At the heart of historic Manteo in a restored 1919 Arts and Crafts bungalow, Cameron House Inn offers comfort in an easy-going bed and breakfast atmosphere. Guests are invited to put their feet up in the sitting room, to laze on the front porch in an antique porch swing or to warm up to the huge back porch fireplace. The six guest rooms here are lovely, some with soaker tubs, some with fireplaces, some with down-stuffed sofas, and all offering luxurious tiled bathrooms and bed linens. Practical touches like hair dryers and new high def TVs make these rooms especially comfortable. Wireless internet access and large desks in most rooms make Cameron House a good choice for business travelers who appreciate an Outer Banks hotel that takes their needs into consideration. Guests enjoy the inn’s full, hot breakfast each morning, and homemade cookies and other snacks and beverages are available all day. The owners have been in the local and national guidebook business for more than 30 years, so rest assured that all the information you’ll need about the area and things to do will be at your fingertips. There’s a no-smoking policy here. Bikes are provided for guests to explore the island, children are welcomed with prior arrangements, and there’s one pet-friendly room (prior arrangements are still required). Ask for details about special packages or see their website. The inn is a popular place for weddings, receptions and reunions. You’re less than a block from the waterfront historic district with its great shops, restaurants and attractions.
300 Budleigh Street, Manteo