Bonner Bridge FAQs

=&0=& Information provided by The Outer Banks Visitors Bureau

photo courtesy of hamptonroads.com

=&1=& Yes on Tuesday, December3 the NC Department of Transportation (NCDOT) Closed the Herbert C. Bonner Bridge, which spans Oregon Inlet and connects Hatteras Island to other parts of the Outer Banks. This is the first time since 1990 the bridge has been closed for repairs. =&2=&

Holidays are Better at the Beach!

It’s October.  Time to start the conversation about where to have Thanksgiving and Christmas (if you haven’t already).

We have an idea.  Instead of everybody piling into YOUR house for the holidays, how about come to one of OUR houses instead. READ MORE

Enjoy a meal on us!

Happy July from Outer Banks Blue, it is such a great place to spend a vacation with your family & friends.   The “All American Cook Out” has arrived at Outer Banks Blue!  “Enjoy a meal on us” specials here on the OBX while on vacation this August for NEW reservations!!!   =&0=& to use at the local grocery store,  =&1=& to buy your favorite meal to cook out during your August vacation! Click here to watch a quick video of the view from our balcony in

Kitty Hawk, NC READ MORE

“Now and Then” in Nags Head, NC

The new “NOW” house
All of our homes are unique with something different to bring to the vacation experience of a lifetime here on the Outer Banks of NC.  Some vacation rental homes have creative names, floor plans, and décor, while others are a standard vacation home with beds, pillows, and views of the ocean!
The “Then” home with shaded areas under & a hot tub/swing area

A quick video was created after a visit to see the “Now” and “Then” portions of the home in Nags Head.  This oceanfront beauty was once a small beach box with decks and fun memories in it’s “cabin” feel at the ocean.  The home owners later added on a whole new house still combined with the old to present “Now”.  The name of this home is “Now and Then” and has enough room, charm, and décor to bring everyone in the family together from all eras. READ MORE