The building that houses The Atlantic Inn has been serving Hatteras village’s visitors since 1928. On the National Register of Historic Places, this landmark, originally called Atlantic View Hotel, was the first lodging on Hatteras Island and was frequented by sportsmen who came to the island to fish and hunt. A beautiful example of classic coastal shingle-style architecture, the inn was severely damaged in Hurricane Isabel in 2003, completely renovated and reopened in 2006 as The Seaside Inn. New on-site owners in 2020 changed the name to The Atlantic Inn and extensively renovated the inn to its former glory but with the addition of crisp, clean modern details. Just a five-minute walk from the ocean, it's a wonderful home base for participating in island adventures, exploring the local attractions or just relaxing and enjoying island time. Each of the 10 rooms and suites is decorated in individual style and equipped with a private bath, a TV, WiFi, a Keurig coffeemaker and a refrigerator. A full homemade breakfast is included and is offered in the main lounge/dining area, on the front porch or on the back deck. Several decks and indoor and outdoor sitting areas make for nice places to relax on-site. This is a great place to hold weddings or special events. The inn is on the ocean side of N.C. Highway 12, a short walk from the ocean, on the north end of Hatteras village.
57321 N.C. Highway 12, Hatteras village