The Outer Banks
Waterfield Place is located
on the Caratoke Highway just 10 minutes away
from the Outer Banks.
Originally a family home, the house and
property provide families
a convenient and very comfortable place to
stay while providing access to prime
beach-going activities. The space, privacy, and
amenities available at Waterfield Place combine the thrill of
amazing outdoor activities and tourist
attractions with the experience of a memorable family getaway.
Things To Do
Climb Jockey's Ridge, visit the Wright
Brothers Memorial, climb the Hatteras or
Corolla lighthouse, visit the Elizabeth II
replica sailing ship, go to The Lost Colony
pageant, eat fresh seafood at local
restaurants, go fishing on one of several
fishing piers or try offshore fishing at
Oregon inlet, hit the beach for sunbathing,
swimming, surfing or stand-up paddle
boarding, play a round of golf, or visit the
The Home & Property were originally owned by Herbert Lee Waterfield. An avid duck hunter and fisherman, Herbert Lee was well-known for his generosity and larger-than-life presence. He was never afraid to improve upon what he had: he reclaimed two of the three acres of open land on the Waterfield
grounds, and left the remaining swamp and marshland for
wildlife habitat. His idea to turn the garage to a picnic area led to many years of cookouts and happy memories for his family.
The house has now passed to a new generation, and we keep Herbert Lee's memories and ideals in mind with Waterfield
Place. Much of the hunting paraphernalia in the Home
belonged to Herbert Lee, and if you ask around you'll
find many locals still remember him. We live up to the
ideal of always improving, so we strive to make
Waterfield Place the most efficient, most comfortable
vacation rental in the area.