Nights in Rodanthe House Has a new Role

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Here is the long overdue update on the movie house Nights in Rodanthe, located in the Outer Banks of North Carolina. It has taken on a new role as a vacation rental!

Nights in Rodanthe House Vacation Rental
Remember, the Nights in Rodanthe House had to be moved. This was done successfully. Then the new owners renovated the home. Via.

Richard Gere and Diane Lane in Nights in Rodanthe
The inside was decorated with the movie in mind.

interiors of Nights in Rodanthe house
A close up of the replicated door.

A few of the furnishings are actual original props from the movie sets including lamps and a small oak desk with a mirror above it, located in the kitchen.

Richard Gere in Nights in Rodanthe

movie house vacation rental in Rodanthe
And a view of the blue bedroom.

The new owners have done a tremendous job renovating and restoring Serendipity to its movie glory. They have added the famed blue shutters, decks and gazebos, and have decided to call it The Inn at Rodanthe. Now for you to enjoy!

Inn at Rodanthe
Want to rent it? See listing here!

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Tina said...

Oh I can't wait to show this to my husband. As I've told you before that stretch of beach has a special meaning to us and the book and that house just added to it once we read it while we were staying there. I'm so pleased to see someone loving on this house. I have some great photos of it before this move and reno that I'll send to you sometime.
Can't wait for my next visit to see it.

Everything Coastal said...

Good Morning from foggy California! Thanks for the update and for the link back to the driftwood boxes, I hadn't seen that post before - interesting story.

michele conard said...

We were there last week and the house was moved and unfortunately they did some renovations that altered the home somewhat and now has a driveway that leads up to it. The home is still beautiful and special and it gave us chills just being there and it was our 32nd anniversary.


I just visited Rodanthe in Sept and seen the relocated house. Looks great!

Sherri said...

I love that house! I live in NC, so I just might have to take a trip out to see this lovely home in its new place! Thanks for sharing!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

It makes me want to see the movie again! Lovely! ♥

Kelly @ JAX does design said...

Just checked out the slideshow -- OMG, the dusk shots are amazing!! And love the blue shutters :-) And the view from the deck is to die for!!

It's so cool that the new owners replicated the interior of the house from the movie.


Shorely Chic said...

I loved that movie, and of course, the home! Cried, cried and cried...

Thanks for your uplifting post on my blog earlier about moving!!

Juju at Tales of said...

I love this house!

Sea Gem Studio - Diana said...

Loved this book and this house in the movie was spectacular. What a fun getaway that would be. said...

Wow that house is amazing. !!!

Desperate Housewife said...

OMG, I have watched that movie about 50 times just for the inn! I turn it off as soon as Richard Gere leaves, because without the inn, I just don't care.
I would love to see that house in person!

Chic Coastal Living said...

That's wonderful news! My family and I vacation in the Outer Banks this summer and it is a beautiful place!

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