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Old 12-30-2008, 12:44 PM
 
Location: Southern, NJ
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I have been searching without much luck to get a 1-2 bd. rental with our Samoyed for a week July or Aug. 09 in Emerald Isle or surrounding area without breaking the bank. Any suggestions are welcomed. Thank you. kelise
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Old 12-30-2008, 08:01 PM
 
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That's considered "high season" and most places don't accept pets and if they do, you're looking at a hefty deposit. Consider a date after Labor Day, the weather is still very nice and prices will be much more reasonable.
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Old 12-31-2008, 08:31 AM
 
Location: Cape Carteret, NC
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I have been searching without much luck to get a 1-2 bd. rental with our Samoyed for a week July or Aug. 09 in Emerald Isle or surrounding area without breaking the bank. Any suggestions are welcomed. Thank you. kelise
I assume you are looking at the Internet sites of the large rental companies and have not found anything affordable.

First you might try renting something on the mainland. There are properties available there which are less than ten minutes to the beach. They are usually less expensive and more likely to be pet friendly.

Second you might phone the rental agencies and ask them to watch for openings. Many of the older cottages do allow pets.

There are less expensive private rentals but you have to drive the area to find those.

A final suggestion might be to consider the Parkerton Inn which is four or five miles from the beach and dog friendly.

I have never stayed there, but I have heard no complaints from dog lovers who have stayed there.

We had friends who rented a small cottage on the sound with their two big dogs for a month. I think it was about half way between Cape Carteret and Morehead City. That would be about 15-20 minutes from the beach. I could ask them the name of the rental if you are interested.

Good luck.

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