Winters at Cameron House Inn

By Beth P. Storie | Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Winters are not lonely at Cameron House Inn, a lovingly restored Arts and Crafts bungalow bed and breakfast in Manteo. In fact, more and more, guests are discovering that the so-called quiet colder months are ideal for visiting. “That’s one of the reasons we stay open year round,” explains innkeeper, Jennifer Everette. “The folks who come in the off season are far more laid back and looking for activities such as birding, history tours and just sitting by the back porch fireplace and reading. I get to slow down a little and perfect my baking recipes on them…they sure don’t seem to mind!”

Come join the wintery fun! Mention when you call for a visit until March 31 (excluding Valentine’s Weekend) and you’ll receive $35 off the regular rate per night (plus, those sweets Jennifer is coming up with)! 


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(800) 279-8178

300 Budleigh Street, Manteo



About the Author Beth P. Storie
Beth Storie first came to the Outer Banks for the summer of 1976. She fell in love with the area and returned for good three years later. She and her husband published the national guidebook series, The Insiders' Guides, for more than 20 years and now are building OneBoat guides into another national brand. After spending time in many dozens of cities around the country, she absolutely believes that her hometown of Manteo is the best place on earth, especially when her two children, six cats and one dog are there too.