About Your Stay
& Our Home

Nags Head, NC
Est. 1978
4 BR, 2 BA, 10 Guests

House Rules and Helpful Tips


Welcome to our home away from home! Nexta Sea is a very special place to us. We hope you enjoy it as much as we do and ask that you treat it as your own. Here are a few house rules we ask that you keep in mind.



  • No smoking.
  • There are a shower and hose under the house. Please rinse all sand and beach tar from your feet, legs, and body before entering the house. Please, don’t use the indoor sinks and showers to rinse sand.
  • Please do not sit on the indoor furniture in wet/sandy swimsuits.
  • When doing laundry, please rinse and shake all sand from swimsuits and clothing before washing. Sand in the washing machine, sinks, and indoor showers will clog the drains.
  • Be careful when exiting and entering the house. Wind gusts can be strong at the beach. Be sure to hold onto the storm door and make sure it closes all the way.
  • Keep the windows closed when the air conditioner is on unless you are cooking.
  • Use the BBQ on the concrete slab and attend to it. After use, please clean the grill. Do not store it under the house until cooled and all flames are out.
  • Use soft, nonabrasive sponges and cleaner on the stove cooktop.
  • Keep indoor furniture inside the house and outdoor furniture outside.
  • All upstairs windows, except for the kitchen window, have been sealed shut to minimize leaks during hurricanes and nor’easters. These windows will not open. You can open the sliding door, turn on the kitchen ceiling fan, and open the kitchen window to create a cross breeze.
  • This house has a septic system. There is no garbage disposal. Please scrape all food scraps into the trashcan before washing or putting dishes into the dishwasher. Only put toilet paper into the toilets. Avoid pouring bleach or chemicals into the drains.
  • Keep the laundry room key on the anchor key hook by the front door, so it doesn’t get lost.


Thank you!


Helpful Tips

All TVs in the house are equipped with Roku. Streaming television channels can be accessed through the Spectrum app.

Other streaming apps are available if you wish to sign in on your own accounts, just remember to sign out before you leave.

While we set them to stay off, the bedroom TVs also have status lights on the bottom that may decide to come back on when the TV is off. The lights may be a little brighter than you want when sleeping. If that happens here are the instructions to set them to off:

TCL Roku TV Status Light
When the power goes out or the TVs downstairs are unplugged, the TCL Roku status light at the bottom of the screen will come on. To turn off the status light when the TV is powered off,
follow the step-by-step instructions below:
1. Press [Home] button on the TCL TV remote to open the main screen.
2. Scroll up or down and select Settings
3. Press the right arrow button and select System 
4. Press the right arrow button and select Power
5. Press the right arrow button and select Standby LED
6. Press the right arrow button and select Off
7. Press the [OK] button to confirm


What to do

Some of Our Favorite Places

Bars & Lounges

Fish Heads Bar and Grill – Just steps from Nexta Sea on the Outer Banks Fishing Pier. Walk along the beach or on the sidewalk. No need to drive or worry about parking.

Sight Seeing

Jennette’s Pier
Pea Island National Wildlife Reserve
Wright Brothers National Memorial
Bodie Island Lighthouse
Currituck Beach Lighthouse
North Carolina Aquarium on Roanoke Island
Jockey’s Ridge State Park
Roanoke Island Festival Park
Downtown Manteo Waterfront
Elizabethan Gardens
Stargazing – The Outer Banks is home to some of the darkest skies on the East Coast. Just step outside and look up or make the short drive to the Bodie Island lighthouse or across the Oregon Inlet to Pea Island to see the stars like you may have never seen them before.

Outdoor & Adventure
Shows & Entertainment

Sea Glass Jewelry – Just Beachy OBX