Booking private holiday homes in North Carolina will provide you with the chance to not only explore natural beauty of this mountainous state, but also neighbouring South Carolina and Tennessee.
Favourite Destinations (North Carolina)
The perfect location for a city break
If you are wanting to book a holiday home in a larger city, then Charlotte, the largest in North Carolina, will be the holiday destination for you! The US National Whitewater Center is one of the hotspots in this area where you have the chance to go whitewater rafting and kayaking here! It is the world’s largest man-made whitewater river so it is endless fun for you and your family here! Afterwards, head to the River's Edge Bar & Grill and enjoy a traditional American dinner with grilled food including various meats, chips and other tasty delicacies! With luxury apartments to hotel rooms available here, find a holiday rental in North Carolina suitable for you and your party.
Another great city you should travel to is the capital city Raleigh. Explore some fascinating museums here including the North Carolina Museum of Art or the Marbles Kids Museum, both of which will be great to spend a few hours checking out! The Pullen Park or the Umstead State Park are perfect locations during the summer where there are hot temperatures here. Pack up a picnic and sit outside in the glorious sunshine here and you will feel completely at ease!
Hit the beach with a holiday rental in North Carolina
As the state is on the coast, expect endless stretches of sand here! With fantastic hotspots such as the Carolina Beach and the Ocean Isle Beach where holidaymakers from abroad and residents alike flock to every year during the summer, you will have a blast here. Try your hand at surfing or jet-skiing and cruise along the North Atlantic Ocean. Wrightsville Beach is another fantastic sunny location for you to spend your long, lazy days on the beach! If you're thinking about crossing state lines to explore more of the East Coast, then why not head to Virginia Beach in North Carolina's northern neighbour?