- No Smoking
- Pillows & Blankets
- Coffee Maker
- Dishes, Utensils, & Cookware
- Iron & Ironing Board
- Stereo with CD Player
- TV & DVD Player
- Central Heat & Air Conditioning
- Washer & Dryer
- Outdoor Furniture
- Outdoor Shower
- BBQ Grill
- Beach Chairs (5 per home)
|Name:||Ocean Pearl Place|
|Check in Day:||Saturday|
|Distance to Beach:||View Map|
|Bedrooms:||3 (1Q, 2D)|
New to the Twiddy Program for 2016!
Twiddy Traditional Home - bed and bath linens not provided
Accessible by 4x4 only.
For peace, quiet, and relaxation, look no further than “Ocean Pearl Place.” With a cozy interior and beautiful canalfront views, guests will find the haven they have been looking for. Launch a kayak, or enjoy the convenience of driving to and on the beach. And don’t forget your rod and reel for canal and surf fishing. Have a tranquil getaway in one of the most stunning natural landscapes on the east coast. Approximately 9.0 miles up the beach.
|Level 2||MBR (Q); two BRs (D, D); full bath; great room; kitchen; dining area with wet bar; screened porch.|
|Extras||Blu Ray Player Click here <a href="https://www.twiddy.com/outer-banks/guests/" target="_blank">for satellite parking information.</a>|
Ratings & Reviews
Great house, sleeps 5 no problem, will rent again in near future. Loved having wild horses in yard to watch
- Jeremy 4/8/2017
- Katherine 10/15/2016
Nice house good location
- Ashraf 9/17/2016
- Justin 9/10/2016
- Peter 7/30/2016
The home was great! It was cozy and the lay out was nice very enjoyable home.
- Christopher 6/4/2016
Questions & Answers
Is a fishing license required to fish in the canal?
Donna, a salt water fishing license will be needed to fish in the canal. Visit /www.takemefishing.org for more info.
- Answered by Twiddy on 5/8/2017
Can you drive ATV's on the beach and what is needed to drive your truck on the beach (permit)?
Thank you for your inquiry! Unfortunately, ATV's are strictly prohibited in the 4x4 area. We apologize for any inconvenience. You are welcome to drive your truck out on the beach. Permits are not required. However, we strongly recommend reducing your tire pressure before driving out on the beach.
- Answered by Twiddy on 2/14/2017