Hatteras Island Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHatteras Island Inn Buxton
The staff were very helpful and knowledgeable of the area. they recommended a restaurant just next door (name escapes me but the food was unforgettable).
I would gladly stay here again and recommend it to anyone going to the lighthouse for a visit as it is just around the corner from it.
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