Monday, October 1, 2012

Fall in Wrightsville Beach, NC

Spending the fall season in Wrightsville Beach is a wonderful experience. With fewer crowds, milder weather and plenty of attractions, visitors of this coastal community can enjoy the beach in a laid back and beautiful atmosphere.

Here are the top three reasons to spend your fall vacation in Wrightsville Beach, NC:

Save Money - Hotels and rental homes typically book up fast in the summer, and guests will usually pay top dollar; however, right around September is when the availability opens up and the rates drop. A typical beachside hotel room may rent for as much as $300 a night or more during the peak season, but in the fall - the same room could be yours for half the price.

Fewer crowds - The many tourists and vacationing college students begin to dissipate after school starts and the weather cools off. This means you can enjoy spending the day at the beach without the crowds or enjoying a long walkwithout the midsummer heat. It also means that restaurants, shops and other attractions will have shorter lines and may even offer special seasonal discounts.

Beautiful weather - Wrightsville Beach, like most of southeastern NC, stays warm well through September. However, humidity tends to lighten up after Labor Day (along with the traffic). A lot of folks say that late September and early October are the best times to visit, due to temperatures lingering between 75-80 degrees during the day. This mild weather is just warm and comfortable and yet cool enough to actually enjoy dining alfresco at the Causeway Cafe or The Oceanic.

We hope you enjoy your Wrightsville Beach Fall Vacation.  Be sure to contact the agents at Hardee Hunt and Williams to find opportunities for investment properties, vacation homes, retirement homes, or condos in Wrightsville Beach.  Visit www.HardeeHuntandWilliams.com or call 910-256-6998.

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