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Coral Reef always books up fast! This beautiful 5 bedroom, oceanfront pearl is uniquely laid out and tastefully appointed for the discriminating guest
Level 1: Bedroom with 2 Twins and access to beach uses full hall bath.
Level 2: State-of-the-art kitchen with built-in wine cooler, dining area for 11, living room with flat screen TV, plus extra living area; den with twin/full bunk plus twin sleeper sofa uses full bath;deck access throughout; grill with a table and chairs on the deck.
Level 3: Living area with flat screen TV/DVD,deck access with excellent views; street side Queen bedroom shares full hall bath with oceanfront Queen bedroom with deck access; Queen master suite with full bath, Jacuzzi and walk-in shower, deck access.
WIFI is provided
Rents Saturday to Saturday.
Linens and towels are not provided but are available to rent for a reasonable fee.
No Smoking and No Pets are allowed at this property!
Located in the heart of Carolina Beach is the famous and recently renovated boardwalk, featuring a variety of shops, restaurants, bars, and games. Be sure to stop at Britt’s Donuts for one of the most sought-after treats in the area! During peak season, there is an amusement park complete with games and rides for all ages! Don’t miss “Fireworks by the Sea” at the boardwalk every Thursday night, where locals and tourists come together to see the sky light up over the ocean! Every Sunday night, there’s a free movie by the lake. Just bring your beach chair and watch a family film under the stars.
Kure Beach is located south of Carolina Beach, just 15 miles south of Wilmington and north of Fort Fisher. It is home to a variety of charming sights and activities for the whole family! The Kure Beach Fishing Pier is famously known as one of the oldest piers on the Atlantic coast. Just a few steps from the pier, you will find a variety of shops and restaurants. Kids can enjoy the nearby pirate ship playground at the Ocean Front Park and Pavilion. A little further down the road is the Aquarium at Fort Fisher. Besides an extensive display of marine life, there is currently an animatronic dinosaur exhibit and an exotic butterfly arboretum in the spring. Take a walk on the quarter-mile long trail at the Fort Fisher State Historic Site where you can view bunkers, canons, and monuments from the Civil War. Beach-goers are encouraged to check out the Fort Fisher State Recreation Area trail along the marsh to view the natural beauty of the area. Kure Beach is Pleasure Island’s best kept secret, tucked away at the end of the island! Every other Friday night, there is a free, outdoor concert at Fort Fisher State Park.
Take the Southport Ferry across the Cape Fear River to the quaint little fishing town of Southport for additional dining, shopping, and sightseeing.