Stay in the house featured in the movie "Nights in Rodanthe"
The rustic Inn at Rodanthe was the centerpiece of the 2008 movie Nights in Rodanthe starring Richard Gere and Diane Lane, which was based on the popular Nicholas Sparks novel and filmed on the Outer Banks. While the novel is fiction, the romantic, relaxing vacation offered by the Inn is a reality. Formerly called Serendipity House, this rental home on the Outer Banks is easily recognizable from its blue shutters to its massive porches as the Inn used in the filming of the movie. What is now the most celebrated vacation rental property on the Outer Banks, this six-bedroom oceanfront Inn at Rodanthe is available for weekly rentals throughout the year. The story of the home is as epic as any novel as it was nearly lost to the sea, only to be purchased, moved back from the shoreline and retrofitted to emulate the scenes filmed in the movie. The home is only one of several locations on the Outer Banks that were featured in the film. Travelers can visit Nights in Rodanthe locations along the Outer Banks or follow the coastal film trail all the way from the Outer Banks to Wilmington.
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