Nags Head: One bedroom apartment /bungalow, September 1 through September 8 | Eastern North Carolina Now

Hands down, one of the best beach weeks on the Outer Banks - The days are still long, the days are a little cooler, but the water is very warm.

Ocean Villas in its entirety: Above.     photo by Stan Deatherage    Click on image to expand.

    I have a great deal for this 1 bedroom apartment /bungalow (ground floor) in Nags Head, North Carolina on the Ocean for 700.00 for the week or 120.00 per night 2 night minimum. It has a full kitchen and sleeps 4.

    Cozy, clean, convenient, quiet place on the beach, and one of the best beaches in North Carolina, it definitely is. It is for the week of September 2 through September 9.

    I was going to use it, but something has come up, and, now, I must offer it up for this swell price. Please share with others if you are not of interest.

    It truly is a great deal for a fine week, The Outer Banks are beautiful in late Summer, and the water is gloriously warm.

    Examine this link to better express the wonderment of Nags Head in early September.

    Contact: Stan Deatherage (owner),  •  (252) 946-1132  •  cell (252) 944-3905., if interested, or contact Ocean Villas at their contact information listed below:

    Contact Information:

      Ocean Villas
      7031 S Virginia Dare Trail

      Nags Head, NC 27959

    Ocean Villas Office: (252) 673-8923
    Office Email:

Should there be great interest on your part for both or either of these vacation opportunities, feel free to contact: Stan Deatherage (owner) -  •  (252) 946-1132  •  cell (252) 944-3905.

If you are interested in seeing what we have to offer or a history of what we have offered, beginning May 11, 2019, please click this link.

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