Consider this website the starting point in your travel planning as you browse our selection of over 300 Outer Banks vacation rentals. We have Outer Banks vacation rental properties that can meet your unique beach lodging needs ranging from one-bedroom condos and coastal cottages to ten-bedroom, oceanfront homes with private pools and theater rooms!
Why Choose Outer Banks Rentals From Seaside Vacations?
- Homes are privately owned
- Hot tubs & heated pools available
- Beautiful decor & hassle-free keyless entry
- Club Seaside discounts / layaway payment options
- Free grocery delivery, linens & internet connection!
What to Do in the Outer Banks?
When you visit the Outer Banks, you can go fishing, take a wild horse tour, try a new watersport, go beachcombing, and of course, enjoy delicious fresh-caught seafood. From historic sites and national parks to local festivals and miles of wide-open beaches, there are dozens of places to explore and plenty of attractions to see! To learn more about what to do in the Outer Banks, check out our Local Area Guide.
Which Outer Banks Town Should I Stay At?
Thanks to the several unique towns that make up the Outer Banks, any area could be the perfect vacation destination. Whether you want to be able to see the sunrise from the deck of your rental home or you prefer to be within walking distance of your favorite restaurant, Seaside Vacations has over 300 vacation rental homes from Corolla to Hatteras Island, making it easy to choose the town that best suits your needs.
What is the Weather on the Outer Banks?
Even though the beach is an idealistic “summer” destination, the temperate weather on the Outer Banks makes it an enjoyable place to visit year-round. Although the weather varies by season, visitors can generally expect bright, sunny days and gentle ocean breezes with an average around 81 degrees from April to September and 59 degrees from October to March.