"We have loved our week here! The condo was very clean and well stocked. The kids loved the beach, riding the waves and digging in the s..."
---Rachael D. VA. August 2014
"Life is so much about expectations. Well, given the reviews and the info on the area, the bar was set pretty high. Still our experience..."More guest reviews >>
---Wilgus Family. NJ. August 2014
Carolina Beach and Kure Beach Oceanfront Condominiums
Visit Carolina Beach and Kure Beach, North Carolina for miles and miles of un-crowded, old-time beach charm and unique American history.
Come to Pleasure Island, NC! From the Carolina Beach Pier to the southern most tip near Fort Fisher, Pleasure Island has over 9 miles of old-time beach charm and small coastal community neighborhoods that have a uniquely local flavor for festivals and events. And for a charming and affordable getaway, stay in an oceanfront vacation condo with scenic views of the beach and ocean, where you can enjoy nearby state parks, miles of uncrowded beaches, and communities rich in American history.
Kure Beach Oceanfront Vacation Condos
Towards the southern end of Pleasure Island about 3 miles from Carolina Beach, you can stay in one of several affordable oceanfront vacation condos in Kure Beach. This coastal neighborhood is near the North Carolina Aquarium, Fort Fisher Historic Site and the World War II bunker where the famous Fort Fisher Hermit once lived. Couples looking for a romantic getaway and families looking for a variety of healthy, clean and fun activities stay in a Kure Beach vacation rental just 1.4 miles south of the Atlantic coast's first fishing pier.
Carolina Beach Oceanfront Vacation Rentals
On the northern end of Pleasure Island is the family-friendly town of Carolina Beach, population approximately 5,800 good-time folks and North Carolina locals. Several area attractions bring vacationers back year after year to enjoy the uncrowded beaches and clean air. Enjoy the old-fashioned boardwalk just a few minutes away from your oceanfront vacation condo rental in Carolina Beach. The uncrowded beach has its own fishing pier, and Carolina Beach offers special times for families and couples. Explore the nearby trails and marina inside Carolina Beach State Park covering over 700 acres of wooded island, or dine at a local restaurant. Whatever you do, don't leave the island before visiting Britt’s Donuts for the best reason to keep coming back to Pleasure Island.