There are many reasons to love this studio cabin in New Bern, North Carolina with a fireplace. It accommodates a maximum of 4 guests and has one bathroom. Plan your getaway to one of North Carolina’s oldest cities. This vacation rental studio is an excellent place to return to after exploring New Bern’s historic sites or taking a trip on the Neuse river. You’ll enjoy a comfortable stay in this compact yet well-equipped cabin. It has all the necessary amenities for cooking, a full bathroom, ample sleeping space for you and your pet, and a grill for cooking.
The small cabin includes a charcoal barbecue, pet-friendly accommodations (with an additional fee), and complimentary wifi. Situated in New Bern, North Carolina, this studio cabin is ideal for couples or small groups seeking respite from daily commotion. The studio cabin features a queen bed, twin bunk beds, and a sofa sleeper. Enjoy entertainment options such as a Smart TV, books, and boardgames, as well as amenities like a dining area, ceiling fans, and a DVD Player during your vacation. Outside, you’ll find a shared backyard with a picnic table and fire pit, as well as a private porch, outdoor seating, and a shared front porch. The cabin is equipped with a Keurig Coffee Maker, spices, a toaster, a microwave, cooking essentials, and coffee and tea.
The cabin includes complimentary toiletries, towels, linens, iron/boards, hair dryers, central heating, air conditioning, trash bags, and paper towels. There is a staircase for cabin access, and a pet charge must be paid in advance. The property has a driveway and a designated parking space for one vehicle. Additionally, there is a separate on-site 1-bedroom property with 5 bedrooms available at an additional nightly rate. For more information or to reserve both rentals, please contact us.
Head to New Bern in Craven County and experience the best of North Carolina’s Inner Banks region. This beautiful place is filled with friendly people and amazing attractions. Located at the confluences of the Trent River and the Neuse River, New Bern boasts a stunning waterfront. The town takes its name from Bern, the capital of Switzerland, which means bear. New Bern residents proudly display their Bear Town pride with bear statues scattered throughout the town.
Founded in 1710, New Bern is the second oldest town in North Carolina, after Bath. It is a historic town with beautiful churches and the first fire station. One of the notable historic sites is Tryon Palace, which briefly served as the first permanent capitol of North Carolina. Another important site is the New Bern Civil War Battlefield Park, covering approximately 30 acres of land. This park commemorates the Battle of New Bern, a significant event in the American Civil War that occurred in 1862.
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