Monday, November 5, 2012

Halloween Past, Seasons Changing

Halloween was a good time here at The White Doe Inn for our guests. Kids were coming from all directions on Sir Walter Raleigh to see and talk with the Big Pumpkin, and pick up treats. Our Littlest Innkeeper was on hand greeting all the witches and goblins and making sure everyone was getting just the right amount of treats. She made Halloween a fun time for all!
 
 In the late 17th early 18th century the colony of  North Carolina was considered a "place which receives pirates" and they continue to be popular especially on Halloween, as they are an intriguing part of our coastal heritage on the Outer Banks. Below is a photo from the 1961 Hatteras Island Pirate Jamboree. The first person to name everyone in the photograph will receive one free night stay at The White Doe Inn. Take a good look and send your list to whitedoe@whitedoeinn.com subject:Pirate Jamboree
This offer expires Dec. 31, 2012.


As winter approaches and days grow shorter, it's a great time to be thinking about a winter escape to the Outer Banks. Crowds are gone and beaches hold many treasures to be discovered and collected. Create your warm memory with a winter hoilday stay at The White Doe Inn, fireplaces included. Stay tuned for our winter packages being offered!!!!!

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