Cameron House Inn serves a hot breakfast every morning between 8-10 a.m. Susan and Bernadette, our able managers, are great cooks and serve up a full array of items (depending on what they’re in the mood for that morning!). You might find quiches, egg casseroles, lots of fruit, cereal, yogurts, meats, cheeses, sweets…even biscuits and gravy. You won’t go away hungry, that we promise you!
Roanoke Island is a great island for biking. Almost everything is within fairly easy biking distance, and it’s flat. So, unless you have a stiff head wind, you can pedal around the town with ease. We have beach cruisers at the inn that you’re welcome to use…no need to haul yours.
Cameron House Inn provides Gilchrist & Soames toiletries to our guests: soaps, shampoos, conditioner, body lotion and shower gel.
Imagine a crisp autumn afternoon and you sitting in front of a blazing fire with a beverage in hand. That’s what our back porch fireplace is for…to make sure you relax to the fullest. Heck, some guests even light the fire during the warmer months – kind of like a beach bonfire without all the sand.
HOMEMADE COOKIES, SNACKS AND OTHER GOODIES
At Cameron House, we always have fresh homemade cookies under the dome in the living room and a cake of some sort in the kitchen. We also have fruit and popcorn out for when you want a non-sweet snack. Plus, a small fridge in the kitchen is always stocked with waters and soft drinks for you.
INFORMATION SITES & WALKING TOUR
The owners of the Cameron House also have a publishing company that provides great local information. Before you arrive, check out www.RoanokeIsland.net and www.OuterBanksThisWeek.com. You’ll find complete information on the Outer Banks to help you prepare for your trip. Also, they’ve produced the Manteo Walking Tour, a book you can use to delve deeper into the history of this island town while you here.
From Cameron House, you can stroll an easy two minutes to the waterfront area of Manteo where you find restaurants, shops, attractions and recreation. The inn is also an easy 3-mile bike ride from the Lost Colony, Elizabethan Gardens and Fort Raleigh National Historic Site. The NC Aquarium in a 5-minute drive away. Plus, from Roanoke Island, you’re central to both the Hatteras Island towns to the south and Nags Head, Duck and Corolla to the north. Even during the height of the summer season, it will only take you about 10 minutes to get to Nags Head beaches.