Manteo Bed and Breakfasts
Manteo, North Carolina is located in Dare County, North Carolina, and is home to several fantastic B&B establishments that will give you a taste of the local hospitality that makes this town so special. Manteo is known for Dare Day, an annual celebration of the people and history of Dare County, held on the streets and waterfront area of downtown Manteo for over 30 years. The New World Festival of the Arts is a popular event of Manteo, which is a juried expedition featuring 80 selected artists from Vermont to Florida exhibiting and selling their works on the Manteo waterfront. This two day outdoor art show has been held for over 23 years and running. The Elizabethan Gardens of Manteo is a glorious living memorial to the men and women of the Roanoke Voyages, who tried to carve out a living in a strange new world. Over 500 different plant species are found in the 10-acre site on the north end of Roanoke Island, adjacent to Waterside Theater. The Elizabeth II is a composite design of a 16th-century ship in Manteo, NC, and is named after one of the seven vessels that sailed the ocean when Sir Walter Raleigh first brought colonists to Roanoke Island in 1587. Tour the ship while costumed guides portraying mariners and colonists bring the history of Raleigh's voyages to life. If you are planning to visit Manteo to experience all that it has to offer you should consider staying in a nearby Manteo bed and breakfast or Manteo inn. Those who desire a taste of the international will want to visit Full Moon Cafe, always open for lunch and dinner. The Full Moon Cafe features a menu of internationally inspired soups, salads, beef, fish, sandwiches, seafood, and more. The 1587 Restaurant is the perfect place to host your wedding reception if you decide to exchange vows on the beaches of Manteo, giving one the options of a variety of catering to your preferences.
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