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Nags Head is a quaint, friendly little beach town. The food is great, residents are friendly, some of the buildings are outdated and it's not the cleanest town I've been in. My dog loved the town ,people, sand and hotel. Hated the Ocean.
I read all the positive reviews before booking. However, Kees Vacation Rentals has recently taken the property over. There are none of the amenities that previous reviewers have described: no concierge, no breakfast, no chairs or bikes, no policies or wifi passwords posted, no soaps,...More
I want to clarify for those that may be thinking of staying here.....there are no refrigerators or microwaves in the rooms (or hair dryers). The fridges & microwave are shared by everyone and are located in the lobby. The pool is not open, as the...More
We were very pleased with our room kind of surprised when we saw how it was set up meaning no one there it was kind of like a hostel in Europe only wish the pool was open but none the less nothing to complain about...More
When I booked at Nags Head Beach Inn my decision rested heavily on the perks of the place & the fact that (I thought) it was family owned & operated.
I've since learned it was bought by a company & the amenities aren't anywhere close...More
US$ 120 - US$ 222 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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