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Loved the place. They upgraded our room cause they had an empty room on the water- rm 23. A nice relaxing getaway. Eat at the Urban Kitchen, go for a bike ride, watch someone try to drive their car on the beach and get stuck,...More
We stayed two nights in the garden patio room. I don't know about the other rooms but our room was awful. The furniture was old, not antique, just old and shabby. The blankets had holes in them, the towels had stains on them and the...More
The Duck Inn is a lovely, intimate B&B. Only three rooms so it's guaranteed to be quiet. The public rooms are comfortable, plenty of places to just relax in the shade or in the sun.... Our room was large with a comfortable king-sized bed, a...More
Duck Inn was a great experience. Room/bed were very comfortable. Location was right near shops and restaurants. Breakfeast as the best part, I would change the name to Duck Inn Breakfeast and bed. The Breakfeast was one of the best I have ever had. Breakfeast...More
My husband and I have been visiting the Outer Banks since the 1970s, and our favorite place to stay is with Donna and Charlie Whitley at the Duck Inn. As innkeepers, they are warm, inviting, and knowledgeable about the area. We always arrive in the...More
US$334 - US$334 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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