Have you taken a look at the Best of Beaufort yet? This new colorful waterfront community, Beau Coast offers the use of a modern community swimming pool, clubhouse, and private kayak launch. The community clubhouse includes a full kitchen, games such as shuffleboard, ping pong, and cornhole. With all the modern amenities, plenty of space inside, and direct access to the pool area, the community clubhouse is a hub for all those in Beau Coast. Beau Coast is located in historic Beaufort and offers a relaxed atmosphere in this luxury community for all vacationers.
Please Note: The Beau Coast Community does not allow boat parking.
- Community Clubhouse
- Community Pool
- Private Kayak Launch
- Fitness Center
- Trader’s Lake
- Onsite Deli
Best of Beaufort – part of the Beau Coast Community – this beautifully decorated home is a 4-Bedroom, 3.5-Bath Soundside Townhome in the coolest small town on the Crystal Coast! This cute community offers access to the Outdoor Pool, Dock, and Game Room guaranteeing fun for everyone in the family. This townhome is perfect for your family’s getaway to the beach!
Take a closer look at Best of Beaufort, Beaufort NC, and find your perfect dates to stay!
If you want to fit in with the Beaufort locals, be sure to pronounce the name of this picturesque and historic town ”Bo-furt” so as not to stick out like a sore thumb. You’ll also pass the local trivia test if you know that Beaufort was established in 1722 as a seaport with the right to collect customs and that during the American Revolution it was the third-largest port in the state.
The Historic District of Beaufort, on the National Register of Historic Places, features more than 100 historic homes. The district is also the location of the Beaufort Historic Site, a two-acre complex that interprets the town’s colonial maritime heritage in nine houses and buildings dating from 1732 to 1859. The site offers classes, workshops, and events throughout the year, as well as guided tours of the Historic Site that depart the Safrit Historical Center (at the south end of the historic site).
Other district tours include rides on Old English double-decker buses complete with stories of town residents; architectural walking tours of Beaufort’s historic district; and guided tours of the Old Burying Ground.
One of the most popular annual tours, which began in 1960 as a fundraising event by the Beaufort Woman’s Club for the newly established Beaufort Historical Association, is the Beaufort Old Homes Tour held during the last weekend in June. Annual activities include tours of private and association-owned homes, musical performances, an antique show and sale, and military re-enactments.
The Beaufort Old Homes Tour is a two-day event, in which more than 2,000 visitors are greeted by volunteers in period dress and welcomed into private homes, churches, and meeting halls. The event also features a tour of the only Menhaden fish factory still in operation in North Carolina.
Another popular event is the Beaufort Ghost Walk, which won the Crystal Coast’s “Number One Attraction” and “Best Tour Guide”. The tour is an after-dark walk through town, accompanied by chilling stories of murderous pirates, unexplained happenings, ghost ships, and haunted houses. The Ghost Walk covers less than 10 blocks and takes about 45 minutes, and one of the stops includes The Hammock House, one of Beaufort’s many haunted houses, and once the home of Blackbeard the Pirate.
Whatever you choose to do, you’re sure to have a good time!
We now have an Atlantic Beach Rental Office to make checking in that much more convenient. Enjoy your stay!