The Sunset Inn

Address: 9 North Shore Drive, Sunset Beach, North Carolina, 28468, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 9 North Shore Drive, Sunset Beach, is near Thistle Golf Club, Museum of Coastal Carolina, Oyster Bay Golf Links, and The Pearl Golf Links.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews The Sunset Inn Sunset Beach

    Great Beach Inn

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    This inn is great! They have thought of everything! Their website is so user friendly! We stayed for 3 nights and would have loved more but had to return to work! The rooms are well appointed, great beds and wonderful bathrooms! The breakfast beats most B and B's. The Sunset Inn is very close to Sunset Beach which is the best beach ever! We will go back!

    Perfect vacation at Sunset Inn

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    My 4 days at the Sunset Inn were truly a delight! Both the room and the bath were immaculately clean, the staff was hospitable and gracious (especially the 2nd time I lost my room key!), and the rocking chairs and porch swing provided a glorious view. I am an innkeeper from another state and am incredibly judgmental when I stay at hotels or inns. Before I departed I made my reservations to return to the Sunset Inn next August!

    Sunset Inn was perfect

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    The Sunset Inn was absolutely perfect for our romantic, quiet getaway. Not only was Andrea very nice and helpful for the entirety of our stay, but she remembered that it was our anniversary and had chilled champagne ready for our arrival. The room was really nice, just as it looked in the picture and it was a great benefit to have the porch screened in, allowing us to just leave the sliding door open. Plus, it's a convenient 5 minute walk to the beach. A perfect place to stay and we plan to return soon.

    You won't want to miss--so double-check your online res . . .

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    Wonderful, clean, convenient place with a friendly local attitude. Short walk from one of the best quiet, family beaches in NC. Guests are friendly toward one another and strike up easy conversation over the ample breakfast (included), which always includes one or two fresh-homemade items.

    Be sure that, if you book a reservation online for more than one night, you call the inn to confirm it. I reserved 2 nights online only to find out the next morning, after our late arrival, that we had to check out of the room.

    The Sunset Inn is wonderful

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    For many years our family has rented a house on Sunset Beach. It is my favorite place to vacation. Every since the Sunset Inn was built I have wanted to visit. Finally, this fall, my husband and I were able to take a romantic weekend away from it all and I chose the Sunset Inn. We loved every minute of it. The beaches are very quiet on the off season. The Inn itself is plush, yet quaint.

    We we hope to make The Sunset Inn an annual getaway for us. I highly encourage anyone looking for a private escape to induldge in The Sunset Inn.

    Sunset Inn PERFECT!

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    First off, let me say that I found Sunset Beach on our way to visit family, it is the most beautiful beach we have ever seen! The next year I did some research on it, and found Sunset Inn. And I will tell you, its the most perfect place I have ever stayed! The staff was warm and courteous, and the rooms was magnificent! We LOVED everything about it, and plan to move to the area in the near future. Can't say enough great things about the area!

    Wonderful Experience at the Sunset Inn

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    My husband and I stayed at the Sunset Inn at Sunset Beach, North Carolina July 28th -July 3st in the Dogwood room. The room was beautifully decorated and very clean. Most rooms at the beach have some moldy smells but this room as well as the entire inn was odorless. The towels and wash clothes were soft and smelled clean and fresh. The staff was extremly nice and helpful throughout our stay. The breakfast was delicious. The assortment of food was perfect...something sweet, fruit, cereal, juices and coffee and a hot breakfast item as well. No problem with parking while at the inn and the beach was a short walk away or you could drive. Public parking if you arrived early enough or you could pay a small fee to park close to the beach. The beach was clean and very relaxing. Great food and shopping is only a few miles away. We had a wonderful experience and plan to return as often as possible. Thanks SunSet Inn!

    Peaceful Getaway

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    We really enjoyed staying at the Sunset Inn. The beds were comfortable and the rooms were immaculate! It had a bed and breakfast atmosphere with modern amenities. The breakfast was set up buffet style and was displayed nicely. Everyone there was very nice and we will look forward to staying with them again.

    The Sunset Inn: A Home away from Home

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    I discovered the Sunset Inn on the Internet and I wasn't sure what to expect, but it was more then I could have asked for. I just wanted to get away and have a relaxing weekend, and it was just beautiful. The staff were very friendly, my room was gorgeous, and even though it was a little chilly, I still enjoyed reading on my screened porch! Sunset Beach itself is a real treasure. I loved strolling on the beach and watching the sky change colors. I haven't seen beautiful Sunsets like that in a long time. And I collected quite a few shells including my favorite...sand dollars. If you are looking for a sophisticated place to stay and you want peace and quiet, I highly recommend the Sunset Inn, in Sunset Beach, NC!

    Nice, but Nothing Special

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    If you are looking for a B&B, this is not the place to stay, as it's operated more like a hotel. We were misguided because we found the Sunset Inn through a B&B website. My husband and I stayed for the weekend to celebrate my birthday and our anniversary. They knew of the special occasions in advance, yet there was nothing special provided to us ... (flowers/wine/congrats??). We did not see the owners upon arrival (nor at any other time over the weekend) and were greeted lukewarm upon arrival. The lobby closes at 6:00 every evening. The rooms were clean and the place is quiet. They could do much more of the "little touches" to make the rooms more comfortable and cozy. The beach was nothing special. There are much nicer beaches in NC. The beach access is located right next to a pier, so it's pretty crowded. We enjoyed a dinner at The Parson's Table in Calabash. Highly recommend! The meal was fabulous and the service outstanding. It's located in a church that was built in the 1800's. Very quaint and romantic.

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Sunset Inn Sunset Beach

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    Travel Blogs from Sunset Beach

    Life's a Beach

    A travel blog entry by domenoe on May 30, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... stop to finish drying and use the vacuums. They have a similar one in Maricopa that only charges $3.00 but they don’t supply towels or cleaners. I haven’t seen this concept in California.

    This one was nice in that they supplied you with drying towels and spray cleaner and window spray if you needed them. Cheryl got all the sand vacuumed up and I finished drying and cleaning the interior and windows. It is a great deal in ...

    Kick Back Day

    A travel blog entry by domenoe on May 29, 2015

    3 comments, 14 photos

    ... seems to like it and mentioned the real estate market in South Carolina is very reasonable. Cheaper than North Carolina she said. Gas and groceries are cheaper too. She suggested we try a restaurant called Drunken Jack’s. We went for lunch and Jim will tell you about that. Carolyn asked where else we were traveling to. I mentioned New Bern, the Outer Banks, and Ashville along with visiting family elsewhere in North Carolina. She told me ...

    Hit the Beach

    A travel blog entry by domenoe on May 28, 2015

    8 photos

    ... on them. This went on for a few miles and then that was it, we never saw them again.

    We passed through a few more small towns along the way. We found this entire area, and really, all of the areas we have visited in South Carolina to be very inviting and beautiful. I don't think I would want to call it home on a full time basis, because of the heat and humidity in the summer, but it is a great place to visit.

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    Conway and the Art Museum

    A travel blog entry by cblake3493 on Mar 27, 2015

    7 photos

    ... by mid-career contemporary, professional artists from Pinar del Rio, a unique multicultural region of Cuba; Imaginary Botanicals by Kathleen Elliot (these are flameworked glass that are leaves, fruits, flowers, pods, and vines; and a permanent collection titled The Mapmakers Art: The Bishop Collection of Antique Maps and Historical Prints: 1606-1863.

    We logged in over 5000 steps or 2.3 miles today.
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    Pirates Voyage dinner

    A travel blog entry by cblake3493 on Mar 22, 2015

    5 photos

    ... lost, it was declared a tie. The show included acrobatic moves, live animals, and ships and boats, water, lights and music. We enjoyed the show. Something was constantly going on.

    The food consisted of creamy vegetable soup, bread, half of a roasted chicken, BBQ pork, corn on the cob, herb-basted potato, apple pie, ...