Inn At Rodanthe R-51

No Pool No Elevator Is Ocean Front Not Pet Friendly No Boat Dock

Inn At Rodanthe R-51

Oceanfront House

6 bedrooms / 4 bathrooms

The Inn at Rodanthe as it was named in the movie based on Nicholas Sparks popular novel, Nights In Rodanthe, starring Richard Gere and Diane Lane, is the most famous home on Hatteras Island.

Rodanthe, Outer Banks (Obx)



The Inn at Rodanthe as it was named in the movie based on Nicholas Sparks popular novel, Nights In Rodanthe, starring Richard Gere and Diane Lane, is the most famous home on Hatteras Island. Nights in Rodanthe embraced the majestic natural beauty of Hatteras Island and the focal point of the story, the Inn at Rodanthe, was depicted as a unique seaside inn overlooking the great Atlantic Ocean. In reality, the Inn at Rodanthe was threatened by coastal storms, erosion and repetitive ocean over wash and in danger of falling into the ocean. This oceanfront Hatteras Island retreat was originally built in the 1980’s with pilings driven 14 feet into the sand and set in concrete. At the time the Inn at Rodanthe was built, there was 400 feet of beach in front of the house. On January 4, 2010, in an effort to preserve and protect the home from future storms, and to save a piece of movie history, the Inn at Rodanthe was moved to an alternate oceanfront lot, only a short distance from the original site.The home was moved from its original site by Expert House Movers (the same company that moved the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse). The Inn at Rodanthe weighing in at 83,000 pounds was jacked up, shored with cribbing underneath, loaded up onto beams and four pair of huge wheels, and readied for its move in a matter of just two days. The electric crews and other utility companies temporarily took down power lines and the police stopped traffic while the Inn at Rodanthe took a 30 minute journey on Highway 12 to its new location. The exterior of the home features the infamous blue shutters from the Inn at Rodanthe and the interior is decorated to emulate the scenes filmed in the movie. Antiques, floral wall paper and fabric, bead board walls and the cozy, unique comfort of a traditional seaside inn will welcome you and offer a once in a lifetime vacation experience. The breathtaking ocean views are incredible and will catch your attention from the moment you walk in the door. The first level offers the living, dining and kitchen areas with an oceanfront nook, wet bar area and sunken full bath and laundry area. Great care and detail were taken recreate the movie sets within the interior (the interior filming of the movie was done on a separate soundstage). The vintage 1920's wallpaper used in the movie for the kitchen was purchased and applied, making it as authentic as possible. A few of the furnishings are actual original props from the movie sets including lamps and a small oak desk with a mirror above it, located in the kitchen. There is an expansive covered deck with hot tub, rocking chairs and Adirondack chairs for you to enjoy while taking in the beautiful ocean views. The second level offers the infamous blue bedroom decorated to appear as the bedroom Richard Gere stayed in during his visit to the Inn at Rodanthe. The bedroom includes a double bed and access to a hall bath. Also on level two is a bedroom with queen bed similar to Diane Lane’s bedroom. Also on level two is a bedroom with two single beds and an oceanfront master suite with king bed, private full bath and oceanfront balcony. Venture to the third level to find a den with a double futon, bedroom with king bed, a half bath and a second living level with wet bar, oceanfront balcony and raised oceanfront nook. Also on level three is a full bath which provides access through the bath to the fourth and final level which has been dubbed the ‘honeymoon suite’ with king bed and great views. Nights In Rodanthe, the book and the movie represent not only a stay on Hatteras Island. They represent second chances, the mending of relationships and most of all love…the love between couples, family and friends. There is no other place on Hatteras Island like the Inn at Rodanthe. The romance and history of Hatteras Island are waiting for you.For more information about the Inn at Rodanthe and the filming of Nights in Rodanthe, click here.
  • 8TV’s, 3 DVD’s
  • WiFi
  • Wet Bar Area
  • Wine Coooer
  • Deck Furniture
  • Sheets and Towels Provided
  • Stereo
  • Hot Tub
  • No Phone
  • Sundecks
  • Cable
  • Picnic Table
  • Charcoal Grill
  • Screened Porch
  • Non Smoking
  • No Pets Permitted
  • 12 Guests Maximum
06/24/2019 - 06/24/2019



Updated 06/23/2019 21:55:49 PM


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