Driftwood Motel

Address: State Route 12, Cedar Island, North Carolina, 28520, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on State Route 12, Cedar Island, is near Cedar Island National Wildlife Refuge.
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    Travel Blogs from Cedar Island

    Mrs Henry meets Norman Bates, again!

    A travel blog entry by mr.henry on Sep 18, 2013

    2 comments, 6 photos

    Mrs Henry and I apologise for being offline for a bit. Circumstances conspired, about which more in a minute.

    But first to alarming news from Old Mr Henry, temporary custodian of the Mr Henry Institute while Mrs Henry and myself do the hard grind of international travel. Old Mr Henry emailed us that he'd had no response from Frank yet, but that it’s early days. More worryingly, he noted, was that he had received representations from numerous US donors to the Mr ...

    Camp Lejeune, Rachel Carson and Ocracoke Island

    A travel blog entry by garylesser on Sep 23, 2012

    6 comments, 15 photos

    ... miles from Jarhead-land to Swansboro, North Carolina, where we stop for a quick, greasy bite at Wendy's. The 20-minute lunch will put us back on schedule to meet the ferry system's requirement to arrive at least 30 minutes before departure.

    After lunch, we're on NC-24, riding along the southern edge of Croatan National Forest. Not Croatian. Croatan. The forest covers nearly 160,000 acres of coastal land and is bordered on three sides by the ...

    Ocracoke Time

    A travel blog entry by drudell on Feb 25, 2012

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... hotel when Donna called out that there were dolphins. Many dolphins it turned out. A neat way to start the day. We wanted to get out early as this was our first 'ferry day'. We would be catching the 10 am ferry from Knott's Island North Carolina (6th State) for a 45 minute ride to Currituck, NC. At least we would if it was running, seems it had been cancelled last night (Friday) but thankfully was back on schedule this morning. ...

    Days & Nights in Rodanthe

    A travel blog entry by homeport on Nov 03, 2010

    12 photos

    ... as the shores were covered with shells. We have never seen so many and our pockets filled and we could only imagine our grandkids here hauling shells away by the bucketfuls! The houses in the village here were mostly just small normal one or two story homes as compared with the monster beach homes built on stilts on the other islands. The highlight of our stay in Ocracoke was listening to their community radio station broadcasting the Redneck Radio Show. It was a collection of ...

    One of Blackbeard's Favorite Anchorages

    A travel blog entry by nanseaj on Nov 05, 2009

    17 photos

    ... and jeeps rigged for fishing with surf fishing rods and coolers mounted to the front of the vehicles. There were so many of them that George thought there might be a tournament but we later learned it was just a good day for fishing.

    At Cape Hatteras it was a short wait for the FREE, yes free, ferry to take us across to Ocracoke Island.