Crew's Inn is an experience. Built at the turn of the twentieth century, the home's character has remained true — the same character, perhaps, that crews from sailing vessels might have found here during the lightering days at Ocracoke Inlet. The inn has five guest rooms, three of which are named for the O'Neal and Garrish families who once lived here.
Located in the center of Ocracoke Village, the inn is a short walk to the harbor, shops, restaurants, and historical sites such as the Ocracoke Lighthouse, built in 1823 and one of the oldest still in operation on the East Coast. The main attraction for many Ocracoke visitors is the small town atmosphere: a place where you can park the car and walk to all points of interest in the 775 acre village.