Downtown Manteo, North Carolina
Charm is found around every corner. Discover our little bit of paradise!
A small North Carolina coastal town, but the area is as rich in attractions and fun as it is local history. The area is home to one of the world's greatest mysteries, the birthplace of English colonization.
Our popular vacation homes are nestled in the quaint historic Manteo waterfront area on Roanoke Island. Private yet convenient to all the area has to offer. Luxury accommodations in a quint sea village town, sound like a line from a fairytale but it’s not. Book early for the best selection as our Manteo Homes are limited
Roanoke Island is the perfect place from which to explore the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Adventure awaits in every direction leave the SUV and stroll to all of the historic areas of waterfront downtown Manteo and Roanoke Island Festival Park.
The best area attractions and wedding venues are minutes away the Manteo Waterfront, Olde Towne Manteo, and 108 Budleigh, Events like Dare Days (first weekin in June) and Fourth of July transport all to the past when life was a little simpler and kinder, with wholesome fun for the entire family. Don’t forget the ship Elizabeth II and festival park with reenactments sure to stir the history buff in us all.
A visit to Historic Manteo, whether it's for a day or for a week, can be a veritable visit back in time with historical attractions and the downtown offers blocks of homegrown boutiques, book shops, gift stores, and some of the region's most celebrated restaurants, all located conveniently in one downtown stretch adjacent to the bustling but beautiful Manteo waterfront.
Not your typical North Carolina coastal town. Rich in attractions and fun as it is local history. Did you know it is home one of the world's greatest mysteries? Visit the birthplace of English colonization in American.
Your visit to Manteo North Carolina, whether it's for a day or for a week, is a visit back in time with historical attractions like the Roanoke Island Festival Park, or the Elizabethan Gardens. Visitor find the downtown area offers blocks of homegrown boutiques, book shops, gift stores, and some of the region's most cele