There’s nothing more beautiful than Beaufort, NC, in the fall and winter – and the area’s newest community, Beau Coast, lets you experience coastal life year-round. Spectrum Properties has several rentals in this exclusive neighborhood to accommodate you no matter when you plan to visit.
Take a look at some of the three reasons to retreat in Beau Coast and book your stay to experience fall on the Crystal Coast!
Beau Coast Amenities
The amenities at Beau Coast are unsurpassed. The village features a clubhouse and resort-style pool, pickleball courts, a dog park, and a fully stocked lake right on site with a kayak launch and storage barn.
If you want to venture out further by boat, Beau Coast offers a waterfront park with exclusive access to Taylor’s Creek. You can launch your boat for a quick trip to Carrot Island where you’ll enjoy the beauty of the well-known local wild horses and the Rachel Carson Coastal Estuarine Reserve.
Another popular feature in Beau Coast is Trader’s, a multi-purpose facility that includes Beau Gro-To Go, a takeout branch of the popular local Beaufort Grocery restaurant that features top-quality sandwiches, salads, and homemade meals to go, plus dessert, wine, and beer.
You can enjoy your food on the back patio at Trader’s, which has plenty of seating, as well as a fire pit to take the chill off fall and winter evenings.
- Resort Style Pool and Clubhouse
- Onsite Kayak Barn
- Onsite Fitness Center
- Private Trader’s Lake
- Traders – Onsite Deli
- Community Garden
- Dog Park
- Pickle Ball Court
Historic Front Street
Downtown Beaufort is a short walk or bike ride away, and you don’t want to miss all the historic waterfront has to offer. Here you will be charmed by the myriad of local shops with one-of-a-kind finds, casual and fine dining establishments, entertainment, events, and more. The people are friendly and the finds are unique.
Art galleries featuring local and regional artworks in glass, pottery, acrylics and oils, watercolors, woodworking, and more.
The food scene on the waterfront and adjacent streets feature some of Beaufort’s finest eateries, taking advantage of both fresh seafood and seasonal local produce. You can find casual or upscale dishes that suit any palate.
During the fall and winter, you can view stunning yachts from all along the East Coast that stop in Beaufort on their annual migration to warmer climates.
A 300-year history
Speaking of watercraft, you’ll want to stop in at the NC Maritime Museum and learn about the area’s rich boatbuilding and fishing history. The museum documents collect, preserves, and researches the maritime and natural history of coastal North Carolina. It houses a collection of exhibits that span centuries, including the area’s close ties to the legendary Blackbeard the Pirate.
The Port of Call Museum Store has kicked off its “First Friday” art events. During the months of October and November, the store host artists with a reception and presentation of their work, which will be available for purchase during the reception and all month.
The Harvey W. Smith Watercraft Center teaches boat-building skills to students of all ages and hosts special events throughout the year.
Less than a block from the Beaufort waterfront is the Beaufort Historic Site. Be sure to stop in at the visitor’s center and museum. Sign up for a guided tour that features a history lesson you don’t want to miss. You will learn about historic homes and restored buildings, like the apothecary shop and the old jail. The Old Burying Ground holds fascinating stories about Beaufort’s 300-year history.
While the area is steeped in history, there’s always something new to enjoy. Our Beau Coast properties offer a wealth of luxury amenities amid a stunning location. Whether you want to sit back, relax, and unwind, or explore the natural beauty and fascinating history of Beaufort and surrounding areas, there’s always plenty for you to do without having to go far.
Contact us today to learn more about Beau Coast and the properties we have to offer.