We are conveniently located in the heart of Kure Beach, North Carolina, on Pleasure Island. It's a very short walk from our motel to the beach--just over 100 feet.
We offer many amenities and features not usually found
at small motels in our price range.
You'll find our pool and our outdoor jacuzzi real pleasures
- and you won't have to share them with a large crowd!
Kure Beach has more shoreline and more space for beaches than your typical mainland town. The Atlantic Ocean is to the east, while the Cape Fear River lies to the west. It’s possible to find a great beach in the morning to watch the sun rise, and another to watch the sun set at the end of the day. In between the two, you can spend the day at the beach, on a fishing charter, or somewhere else on this charming little hideaway.
Maps & Directions
The Kure Keys, located on Highway US 421, is very easy to find--in fact, it's almost impossible to miss.
We also offer ample parking for all our guests.
No matter where you're coming from, getting to Kure Beach couldn't be easier.
From the West, simply take I-40 or NC 74 - whichever is more convenient - east;
from the North, take I-95 to Benson, NC,
then follow I-40 east until it ends. As I-40 ends, it becomes NC 132--College Road in Wilmington, NC.
Follow 132 south and it ends at US 421, then proceed on US 421.
From the South, follow US 17 north or I-95 north to US 74,
then take US 74 east to US 421.
Either way, once you reach US 421 all you have to do is keep going straight.
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From closer by, you can use US 421 to come into Wilmington;
this is convenient if you're coming from the Clinton, NC, area.
From the North--New Bern, NC or Norfolk, VA--it may be more convenient to use US 17.
When US 17 intersects with NC 132 in Wilmington, take 132 south (left).
From the South--Myrtle Beach, SC--take US 17 North until it intersects with 421
just outside of Wilmington, then take 421 south to the beach (right).
From the West--Charlotte, Lumberton, Southern Pines--you can take US 74,
which joins US 17 just before they intersect with US 421.
From the Wilmington-New Hanover County airport,
go east to NC 132 (College Road), then take a right and go south to the beach towns.
From the Southport, NC, area, a ferry can be taken across the river to Fort Fisher;
Kure Beach is just a few miles north of the ferry landing.
310 N. Ft. Fisher Blvd.
Kure Beach, NC. 28449
Office Hours: 8:30 am - 10pm