This wonderful historic cottage is tucked down a small village lane off Lighthouse Road. Enjoy a short walk to the nearby Ocracoke Lighthouse, Springer's Point Nature Preserve, or Silver Lake Harbor. Mattie Midgett Cottage is located in a quiet residential neighborhood, with shops, galleries, restaurants, and other village activities within pleasant walking or biking distance.
This village home offers a taste of old Ocracoke-style living with the convenience of a modern home. Beadboard walls and hardwood floors combined with the occasional antique furnishings make this home a truly exceptional blend of yesterday and today. Relax on the comfortable screened porch or in the pleasant backyard.
3 Bedrooms, 1.5 Baths: 1 Bedroom with Queen, 1 with Double, 1 with Bunk. The maximum occupancy is five people, including children.
Amenities include central air conditioning/heat, ceiling fans, complimentary wireless Internet access, cable TV, and DVD player. Washer and dryer.
Sheets and towels are provided. Beds are made for your arrival.
The exterior offers a large screened front porch, hot/cold outdoor shower, and park-style charcoal grill.
No Smoking. No Pets Allowed. Maximum five people, including children. Limit of 2 cars.
Short Stays are available; there is a three-night minimum.
Single story home: Living room with TV, kitchen, and dining area. One bedroom with Queen bed. One bedroom with Double bed. One bedroom with Bunk bed. Full bath with shower stall. Half bath with stackable washer/dryer.
Mo from RALEIGH, NC
Great old home! Perfect family get away
I have been vacationing in Ocracoke since I was a small child and this home brings back all the wonderful feelings of the easy ways of Ocracoke and Outer Banks. So much change to the island, but this house remained solid since 1933. It was great to share that with my ten years old and teach him not to fear hurricanes. Time at Ocracoke should have simple expectations. The reviews below helped me pack. I recommend renting a grill and bikes. And always - bring bug spray to the Island. Taking a morning trip to the North end is worth getting a feeling for the Island. An early morning walk to the end of the Lighthouse street is a must.