Sand Dollar Motel

Address: 70 Sand Dollar Rd., Ocracoke, Outer Banks, North Carolina Coast, North Carolina, 27960, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 70 Sand Dollar Rd., Ocracoke, is near Ocracoke Lighthouse, British Cemetery, Ocracoke Lifeguarded Beach, and Teach's Hole Blackbeard Exhibit.
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    Travel Blogs from Ocracoke

    Windy Cape Hatteras

    A travel blog entry by bigfoot_travels on Nov 08, 2014

    23 photos

    ... land on & visit the Monument. We love finding these historical treasures & walking around sites like this!! We owe a lot to these guys, they opened up the whole world & beyond for all of us.







    Cape Hatteras is located on The Outer Banks, a thin broken strand of islands that curves out into the Atlantic Ocean off North Carolina's coast. There are lots of bridges to drive over with fabulous ...

    Lighthouses and Longing for Luxury Lodging

    A travel blog entry by chrisleslie on Sep 14, 2013

    53 photos

    ... hotels to see if anything 'cheapish' was available on this Saturday night. Their were things available but at a premium price. At this point with the wind whipping through us and our tent I would have happily packed it in and hotel'd it but seeing as that it was already getting dark and only $10 we should try and stick it out.

    Around this point Louise curled up in the fetal position and lay on the floor of her empty tent in protest ...

    Ocracoke Day II

    A travel blog entry by mrweinstein on Jul 10, 2013

    35 photos

    ... it was totally worth it. Afterwards we went to the Ocracoke Preservation Museum which was really cool. It housed a lot of history of the island community in an historic house circa 1900 (that may not sound really old, but think about how many hurricanes it had to survive! Most houses in Ocracoke are much newer).

    The British Cemetery is right down the road and we payed our respects there. Back during WWII a British trawler was being used for ...

    We are on our way west

    A travel blog entry by davidpower on Jun 07, 2013

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... Spain!

    The most southerly place on the outer banks is Ocracoke. From there it is a long ferry back to the mainland.

    There are no towns close on the mainland so we are staying at Ocracoke. A really pretty place which seems to be inhabited by ageing hippies. Every shop sells artisan tat.

    As we book in to the harbours side motel they tell us there is a tornado coming tomorrow and there will be no ferries, so we believe them and book 2 ...

    Camp Lejeune, Rachel Carson and Ocracoke Island

    A travel blog entry by garylesser on Sep 23, 2012

    6 comments, 15 photos

    ... scheduled on the 4 pm sailing. All is good.

    Um, all is good until Cindy tells us the 4 pm boat is cancelled due to a mechanical breakdown, and we are welcome to take the 5:30 ferry. The 1,610-horsepower engine is fine; the steering is screwed up. OK fine. Worse things could happen. So we wait an extra 90 minutes, knowing our burger at Wendy's was not necessary.

    When we finally get in the ferry "Cedar Island," we're heading for ...