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Welcome to the Beacon House Inn Bed & Breakfast

Our seven room Bed & Breakfast, mainly an adults vacation haven located across the street from the ocean, is the heart of our operation.  Our vintage beach dwelling, originally built in the 1940’s formerly as a boarding house, has rooms that were constructed with warm knotty pine walls that give the house its casual and homey charm.  Retaining that relaxed prime beach vibe of tasteful charm and character, our B&B has all the modern amenities and charisma that you would expect from any boutique hotel or small Inn.  Wake up to the aromas of a freshly prepared artisan breakfast or sip a special blend of our fabulous gourmet coffee while watching the beach sunrise or sitting on the front porch.  Being able to tantalize the cravings of the most discerning tastes, your time here will leave you with pleasant memories.

The Beacon House also offers three cozy, family / dog friendly beach vacation cottages that sit behind our B&B.  Our petite cottages are about a 2-minute walk to the sand and have all of the amenities for a small family looking for a memorable beach vacation. Cottage rentals are self-catering with full kitchens and equipped for longer stays.

Want to experience City and Surf?  The Beacon House also offers a family / dog friendly “City Flat” located in the center of the historic district in downtown Wilmington.  A mere 20-25 minute drive from the beach, our City Flat allows you the opportunity to explore a city that drips with southern charm, has a plethora of craft beer and fine dining, and is home to an array of great art and theater.

Don’t Forget to Ask Jeanne:  Our Assistant Innkeeper has been a resident of Carolina Beach for over 15 years and in that time, has become a true “insider” of things the island has to offer.  What is Jeanne’s tip today?  “Big Dawg Production’s story of the Fort Fisher Hermit is back on stage beginning this weekend through September 24, 2017.  An amazing story of the man who became the 2nd largest attraction in our area after the Battleship NC. This is a must see for anyone interested in a local legend from Pleasure Island! “