Edgecamp Pamlico Station to bring luxury to Hatteras Island

This June, Edgecamp Pamlico Station will make its debut as the first hotel of its kind in the Outer Banks of North Carolina.

Designed by Jonathan Adler, the high-design, residential-style boutique hotel promises a new level of luxury in this destination known for its natural beauty.

Residential-style stays

The Wall Street trader turned hotelier, Richard Fertig, is behind the soon-to-open Edgecamp Pamlico Station, with Jonathan Adler then designing the interiors.

Each suite of this all-suite hotel bringing together the feeling of being at home with hotel amenities will come with the stylish furniture and accessories representing this potter and designer’s ethos of Modern American Glamour.

The property will provide a new home away from home on Hatteras Island in the Outer Banks barrier islands celebrated for their picture-postcard beaches and maritime history.

A base for outdoor living

This hotel houses a total of just 14 suites, each encompassing a living room, dining area, fully-equipped kitchen and bedroom.

Dedicated concierge will be at guests’ service to arrange services such as wellness treatments, kitchen stocking or private chefs, ground transformation and bike rental. During a stay, guests will be able to arrange private lessons and equipment rentals for a range of activities including surfing, kite surfing, jet skiing and dune buggy adventures.

The coming year will also see the launch of Edgecamp Sporting Club where hotel guests and club members will be able to enjoy waterfront dining and pool access among other services.

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