by Cortney Fries
This boutique hotel was built in 2010 and has tasteful, modern furnishings. Part of the TopSail Village, several units are available for rent. Two- and four- bedroom suites, each with two bathrooms, fully equipped kitchens and washers and dryers, are best for families. They range from 956 to 1,450 square feet respectively, and come with flat-screen TVs with DIRECTV access and DVD players. Please be aware that children under 12 are not allowed to stay in the king suites — only the two and four bedrooms.
Located a half-mile from public beach access, at Stallworth Preserve, and less than a mile from TopSail Hill Preserve State Park, there is plenty of white sand beach within easy reach. You can also enjoy giant sand dunes and coastal dune lakes. Grand Boulevard shopping and the boutiques, galleries and festivals of Baytowne Wharf are also close by. Grayton Beach and WaterColor are fun areas to visit, too.
A pool and easy parking are provided, but daily maid service and telephones are not. Wi-Fi is included and most units have private balconies or patios.
Our Editor Loves
- Modern accommodations
- Close to beaches
- Pool and fully equipped kitchens
- Water Sports
- Family Room 5+
- Free Wi-Fi
booked this property for 1 night in order to stay in the area an additional day after spending several days with friends in a rental condo. The location was great and I even received an upgrade to a suite. Communication with the property was excellent and check-in was quick and professional. There is the 30-A waking/biking path directly outside the property with the Topsail State Park just 3/4 mile away. Beach access is available there or in Dune Allen which is just 1 mile to the east. The suite was very clean, well decorated, and fully equipped. This would be a great place to stay for several days or even an extended stay.
by Cathy M
The suites are spacious, nicely furnished and quite comfortable. The location is a short drive to the beach, restaruants and retail shops. This was our second stay visiting family in the area. The only interaction we had with any staff was at check it and it was less then hospitable. I felt like we were taking up her valuable time. It was here's the passcode number, the sheet of rules, credit card receipt, see ya . No "welcome," "enjoy your visit," "do you have questions about the area?"