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Looking for the ideal place to spend your holiday? Holidu has exactly what you're looking for in the vibrant North Carolina state. This great destination offers a variety of climates, soils, and landscapes that are sure to take your breath away. Whether you want to stay on the coast, in the mountains or in the piedmont region, Holidu has plenty of options to choose from to ensure a tailor-made holiday perfect for you.Rentals for every budget and need
Whether you are planning a large group trip, a family trip or something more romantic, you are sure to find the perfect place to stay. One of the keywords that define this destination is: variety. And it applies to both its geography and its accommodation. Regardless of location, you'll find rentals of all kinds, from rustic and vintage to luxurious and modern. All of them with all the amenities to ensure a traveling experience. In addition, some of them have great features such as hot tubs, terraces, balconies, swimming pools and more! Don't wait any longer, pack your bags and come visit North Carolina.
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The area and getting around
North Carolina is an exciting destination thanks to the diversity of climates, landscapes, and activities it offers. This is why tourism is available throughout the seasons. On a broad scale, the state is divided into three main regions: the piedmont, located in the central region; the mountainous area, located in the west side; and the coastal area, located in the east. Each offers unique attractions and activities to please every type of traveller. The central region is where the largest cities are located and where the urban scene is concentrated. The mountainous region is known for the Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains and many other natural attractions such as waterfalls and rivers. Finally, the coastal area is home to beautiful beaches, barrier islands and seaside towns.A city for every taste
Of course, each of the regions has cities that stand out and whose activities are diverse and exciting. If you're a traveller looking for a big city vibe, you can head to cities like Charlotte, Raleigh or Greensboro, whose timelessly vibrant atmosphere is perfect for those who like to sample the experiences of modern life. If you want something more unique, Asheville is a must. Its quirky, artsy charm is perfect for those who want to try something different. As for the coast, the Outer Banks offer an atmosphere that's as relaxing as it is fun, with spectacular islands perfect for sunbathing as well as a variety of water sports.
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If you have an adventurous streak and an uncontrollable appetite for adrenaline, then prepare to be served. It all depends on the type of adventure you're looking for: on land, water or even in the sky. North Carolina has everything to offer. In the highlands there are so many things to do that you are going to need to write them down on a list. From rappelling, white-water rafting, and mountain biking to hiking around beautiful national parks. On the coast you will enjoy the many wildlife tours, as well as sports such as surfing, kiteboarding or even free-falling from a plane. It's time to get your gear on and try them all.North Carolina for culture lovers
If you like to spend your holidays learning about local history and art, this destination will not let you down. Throughout the state you'll find museums of all kinds to inspire and educate you. Visit the transportation museums to learn about the rapid evolution of trains, cars and planes, or visit the Natural History Museum in Raleigh, which has several branches in different parts of the state, such as Whiteville or Grifton. If you're more of an art enthusiast, don't worry, there's plenty to see too. One of the most popular choices is the Mint Art Museum in Charlotte, which is the oldest art museum in the state and has one of the largest collections in the entire southeast region.
North Carolina is the birthplace of the famous Pepsicola drink.
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North Carolina has a varied range of wildlife, and horses are certainly one of its most majestic species. The guys at Corolla Outback Adventures on the Outer Banks offer a wonderful tour in a four-wheel drive vehicle designed to get the best views. A friendly and knowledgeable guide will take you around the area while telling you about its history, as well as the horses and their lifestyle. Due to the wind, it can get a little chilly, so it's a good idea to bring a jacket.2. Hike the Blue Ridge Mountains
The Blue Ridge Mountains are one of the area's most prized natural gems, so a good hike is a must if you're in the area. Enjoy a guided tour by NCLINE Adventures with licensed and experienced locals. This activity is perfect if you are travelling with friends or family, as it is designed to be done in small groups. You will get to know the flora and fauna of the place, as well as the little hidden gems that few people know about.3. Go scuba diving & snorkelling
The Crystal Coast is perfect for a bit of underwater fun. Due to the large number of ships and wrecks, this place is a hot spot for diving enthusiasts. In fact, the North Carolina coast is known as the "Graveyard of the Atlantic" because of the more than 2000 vessels that lie just off the coast. On the other hand, you can swim with an abundance of marine life, so the conditions here are truly unique.4. Try local craft beer
Beer brewing is an important part of the local scene in North Carolina. Each year, the number of breweries increases and with it the quality of the beers. The good thing about this being part of the state’s culture is that there’s no need to make an excuse to have a pint. While there are too many options to choose from, some of the most popular breweries, according to connoisseurs, include Wooden Robot Brewery in Charlotte, Boojum Brewing in Waynesville and Raleigh Beer Garden, just to name a few. No matter where you're staying, be sure that there is a great place near you to try local beer.5. Take a tour around Charlotte
Charlotte, or, as the locals call.it, the Queen City, is one of NC’s most important cities. At Queen City Rides you can book a tour that will take you around the most remarkable parts of the city in a top-quality golf car. You'll get to see places like the NASCAR Hall of Fame, the Spectrum Stadium and the different districts that make up the city. An experienced guide will be on hand to answer questions and inform you of the most interesting sites, as well as make recommendations for the best places to eat and have fun.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in North Carolina
How much do the holiday lettings in North Carolina cost on average?
Last year revealed that North Carolina has an annual average price of £271 per night.
When can you get the best deals on holiday rentals in North Carolina?
If you would like to get the most out of your money, the most affordable months to visit North Carolina are March (£239 per night for accommodation, on average), April (£240), and February (£252).
When are holiday rentals more expensive in North Carolina?
When it comes to looking for a holiday letting in North Carolina, the months when it is most expensive are, in descending order, July, August and June with average prices per night of £291, £291, and £291, respectively.
Is North Carolina a good location for a spontaneous getaway?
It's worthwhile if you book your stay in plenty of time when visiting North Carolina, as only 21% of our accommodations are usually available throughout the year.
Which months offer the highest availability?
January, February, and December are, in order of highest to lowest, the months that present the largest number of accommodations available, with respective average availability figures of 35%, 30% and 28%. However, even during the time when the availability is the highest, the average is 31%. It would be a good idea to always book a little in advance to be sure to find the rental of your dreams.
When are fewer lettings available?
The months with the fewest rental options available in North Carolina are, in order, July (with 7% of available rentals), August (8%), and April (13%). During this period, availability is really low (9%). Due to this, it is a good idea to reserve as soon as possible.
How many lettings are available in North Carolina?
In North Carolina we have an extensive catalogue of approximately 22,000 properties, with options for all tastes, thanks to our 13 local and international partners.