The Hatteras Room was named for the most popular North Carolina lighthouse, The Cape Hatteras Lighthouse.
“Seashells by the Seashore” could be an ode to The Scotch Bonnet, the State Shell of North Carolina.
The Hibiscus Room was named after the exotic lush blooming plant with a large flower that steals the show.
Decorated with pale yellow, rose and a soft green. The color scheme and extra touches make this room very romantic. The room is located on the top floor directly in the middle. Non smoking only.
Named after the twenty-one mile long island located 564 miles due east of North Carolina, The Bermuda Room boasts tropical colors to emulate the feeling of the popular & charming destination.
Named after the beautiful historic city in southeastern South Carolina, The Charleston Room is decorated in rich, contrasting colors of beige and burgundy.
The Bird Island Room is named for the only undeveloped barrier island in North Carolina west of the Cape Fear River and is home to the “Kindred Spirit.”
The Old Baldy Room was named after the Old Baldy Lighthouse which retains its importance today as one of the oldest historic structures in North Carolina.
Smithville, founded in 1792, was the original name of Southport, NC.
The Dogwood Room, named after North Carolina’s state flower, is lovely and bright.
The Live Oak Room was named after "one of the noblest trees in the world and virtually an emblem of the Old South."
What would the south be without a Southern Magnolia? The Magnolia Room depicts the elegance of the graceful Magnolia tree with creamy white & mossy green colors.
The Oleander, which is a tropical plant, is very popular at Sunset Beach and was the inspiration for The Oleander Room.
The Vesta Room was named after the Blockade Runner “Vesta” which sank January 10, 1864 on her maiden voyage.