North Carolina Accommodation and lodging listings

You'll have to choose sides in North Carolina -- the mountains or the sea. Do you want to hike wooded trails or stroll on hotel-free beaches? Drive the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway or sail across the sound on a ferry? Gaze over misty valleys from a mountain peak or admire the arc of the shoreline from a sand dune? It's difficult to make a wrong choice with these options, but you're still likely to do some hand-wringing.

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Major North Carolina destinations:

Charlotte Asheville Raleigh Greensboro Durham

Todays featured North Carolina accommodations:

Fairfield Inn ( Airport )

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Photograph of Fairfield Inn ( Airport ), Raleigh

Approx 13km away in Raleigh:

Welcome to the Fairfield Inn & Suites RDU Airport/Brier Creek. Awarded 2013 Trip Advisor Excellence Award. Located off of I-40/I-540 and Hwy 70. We are the closest Marriott to the RDU International Airport and provide shuttle service within a 5 mile radius.

10040 Sellona Street
Raleigh, North Carolina

Acorn Bed & Breakfast

Photograph of Acorn Bed & Breakfast, Fletcher

Approx 5km away in Fletcher:

Formally a private residence, the Acorn Bed and Breakfast was a dream of innkeepers Gene Wyatt and Bob Pompeo for many years. Gene has a degree in culinary arts and has worked for Carnival Cruise Lines and Biltmore Estate.

5136 Old Haywood Road
Fletcher, North Carolina

Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park

Photograph of Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park, Tabor City

Approx 2km away in Tabor City:

Tucked away on a quiet farm is one of Southeastern North Carolina's best kept secrets; Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park™ in Tabor City! Formally known as Daddy Joe's, our Park-Camp™ resort invites you to RV camp with us and friends! Just minutes .....

626 Richard Wright Road
Tabor City, North Carolina

More about the areas accommodations and tourism

Because North Carolina's two best features lie on the far east and west boundaries of the state, separated by more than 250 mi/400 km of middle ground, it's difficult to see them both in a one-week vacation. North Carolina is blessed with a great wealth of scenic parks and recreation areas, including several national forests. The solution is to make two visits or one very long one. It will be time well spent.

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