The Lodge

The Berkley Manor

During your guided duck hunting trip or fishing charter with Berkley Outdoors you will be lodged at the famous Berkley Manor which is located in the heart of Ocracoke Village.
Originally constructed as a hunting lodge in 1952 it is a beautiful 7500 square foot, 5 bedroom, 5 bathroom facility.

1003873_504818839593987_554093152_nIt features a feel and style reminiscent of days gone by, while still providing all of the modern comforts. Each guest will have their own queen or king sized bed, although groups booking together may share rooms. All linens and services are provided.

With 4 fireplaces, a lounge room with large screen TV, a dining room that will seat 40+, plus a crows nest with a view of the pamlico sound, this is a duck hunters dream lodge.

For additional information and photos of the lodge, please visit The Berkley Manor website.

Meals– Guests will be treated to wonderful local fair while staying at the Manor. Below isIMG_0204 copy a sample of the types of food we serve. Please keep in mind the menu will change to accommodate seasonal catches and options. You will not go hungry while staying with us! If your group has special dietary needs or request, please ask us ahead of time, we are very flexible.

  • Evening appetizers – Every evening will begin with a traditional Eastern NC oyster roast or shrimp boil in the Berkley Barn. The Barn is a large rustic barn next door to the Berkley. Nothing beats fresh oysters next to a real fireplace in our cypress paneled barn. Featuring steamed local fresh shrimp and Ocracoke oysters, it doesn’t get any better.
  • 12792258_1057998584261170_7885450405298683043_oDinner – Traditional southern meat+three meals will grace our dinner tables. We normally try to incorporate some type of seafood, whether it be fresh fish, crab, or shrimp, along with southern staple vegetable dishes. We also mix in great options like ribeye steak, stuffed pork loin, fried chicken, and other succulent concoctions our team dreams up.
  • Breakfast/Brunch – During our duck hunting trips we will offer hot coffee & tea, along with continental breakfast fair before your hunt in the mornings. When you return from you hunt between 9am-12pm we will feature a delicious southern brunch buffet. Grits, country ham, eggs, casseroles, and if you are lucky a few fried softshells mixed in!

 

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