Beaufort Waterfront: (within walking distance)

Aqua Restaurant:

114 Middle Ln / Facebook / Website / Chill eatery serving sophisticated, locally sourced seafood plates, with a selection of tapas.

The Spouter Inn:

218 Front St / Facebook / Website / Local seafood & baked goods served in a relaxed setting with a waterfront deck & boat docks.

Dock House Restaurant:

500 Front St / Facebook / Waterfront hangout offering a casual seafood menu & live entertainment in relaxed quarters.

Beaufort Grocery Co:

117 Queen St / Facebook / Website / Homey, wood-paneled bistro serving low-key lunches and more sophisticated New American dinners.

Blue Moon Bistro:

119 Queen St / Facebook / Website / Relaxed New American fine dining from local sourcing, served in quaint digs in a historic house.

Queen Anne's Revenge:

510 Front St / Facebook / Hub for local seafood, artisanal pizzas & craft beers, plus boutique labels from its wine shop.

Clawson's 1905 Restaurant:

425 Front St / Facebook / Website / Seafood, steaks, burgers & craft beers in a vintage space decked out with antiques & memorabilia.

Finz Grill:

330 Front St / FacebookWebsite / Breezy restaurant featuring a seafood-focused menu, cocktails & an outdoor deck with water views.

Beaufort Cafe:

817 Cedar St / Facebook / Great breakfast spot.


Morehead City Waterfront:

Red Fish Grill:

711 Evans St / Facebook / Website / Locally sourced seafood & daily specials offered in a relaxed venue with a bar & a few patio tables.

Ruddy Duck Tavern:

509 Evans St / FacebookWebsite / Seafood, gourmet burgers & thin-crust pizzas, plus beer, wine & spirits, in a waterfront setting.

Sanitary Fish Market & Restaurant:

501 Evans St / FacebookWebsite / This circa-1938 seafood mainstay seats up to 600 in retro digs & offers overnight boat docking.

Floyd's 1921: (Not Waterfront!)

400 Bridges St / Facebook / Website / Southern dishes, steaks, seafood & live music in a white clapboard house with a patio & fire pits.




Located on North Carolina's Crystal Coast, Beaufort is a quaint historic fishing town with beaches, golf, fishing, and a host of other activities located nearby. Regardless of whether you're traveling alone, with family, or with a group, you'll sure to delight in all the area has to offer more

Historic Beaufort

Historic Beaufort was founded in 1709 and is the third oldest town in North Carolina. Home to the North Carolina Maritime Museum and past home to Blackbeard, and is rich with Maritime History. Beaufort is also an easy jumping off point for ferry services to Cape Lookout and Carrot Island part of The Rachel Carson Estuarine Reserve.


We have a made a very strong effort to build, supply and manage our Hotel in an Eco-Friendly manner.

Some of our efforts in the building of Hotel:

  • Rinai Hot Water Heaters
  • Low Volume Toilets