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Bidding Farewell to Summer

Friday, September 7th, 2012

 

Now that Labor Day has come and gone, we’re bidding farewell to summer, but never to relaxation and sweet dreams by the sea! We enjoyed a great summer here at The Islander Inn and we sincerely appreciate all those who chose to stay with us. Your reviews have made us the #1 hotel in Ocean Isle Beach, NC, on TripAdvisor!
Talla G, from New York, stayed with us recently and had this to say:
“This was our second stay at the Islander this year, and both vacations were perfect! Everything was very clean, the king sized bed was comfortable and the staff was friendly and helpful. We will definitely be going back next year!”

Keep watching our Facebook, Twitter and Google+ pages  to stay up to date with seasonal specials! After all, the beach is a great place to escape ANY time of the year!

See you at the beach! 

 

 

 

Summer News Update!

Friday, June 8th, 2012
Here’s what’s new at The Islander Inn!
  • The Islander Inn oceanfront Tiki Bar is now open daily! In addition to our gorgeous beach, you can now enjoy a drink by the pool.
  • You can also join us at our sister restaurant, The Isles, for live music at their Tiki Bar every Wednesday and Thursday night from 7-until.
  •  Yoga classes are now offered on the beach every Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday 7-8 (weather permitting) – 10.00 per person.
  •  We also have 4 bedroom 4 bath Villas available, inquire at our front desk or call 1.888.325.4753.
  • In addition to being on Facebook and Twitter, we are now on Google+!

See you at the pool! 

Tips for Decorating with Seashells from Ocean Isle Beach Oceanfront Hotel

Monday, April 18th, 2011

Tips for Decorating with SeashellsOne of the most enjoyable experiences our Ocean Isle Beach, NC hotel guests have is collecting seashells along the shoreline. But after you’ve collected them in your bucket, washed them and brought them home, what do you do with them then? We’ve compiled a list of tasteful and unique decorating tips for your souvenir seashells!

For a classic look, large glass vases or clear lamps are always an elegant way to show off your seashells. Instead of a generic bowl filled with seashells, try filling a seashell shaped bowl with shells. For a more eclectic look, hot glue seashells directly onto a picture frame, jewelry box or even small end table. Make your larger seashells, sanddollars and starfish stand out on a mantle.

If you’d like to bring the sea decorations into your bathroom, check out this shower curtain liner accented with seashells!  Use this same technique on your porch or deck with this seashell garland, or seashell wind chimes. If you’re ready to get collecting and decorating now, book your summer vacation now! Contact our Ocean Isle Beach, NC hotel manager online or call us today at 888-325-4753!

Brunswick County, NC Beach Wedding Facilities

Tuesday, February 15th, 2011

North Carolina beach wedding plannerSince yesterday was the most romantic day of the year, it had our Ocean Isle Beach hotel team wondering: are you spending these colder winter months planning your spring or summer beach wedding? The beach wedding planners at Oceanfront Weddings of N.C. have released the available dates for their best wedding facilities in Brunswick County, including The Isles Restaurant in Ocean Isle Beach, NC. Specifically, the dates below are available, but there are many others open as well, so contact the Carolina beach wedding planners at Oceanfront Weddings of N.C. today for more information!

  • Saturday, June 11th, 2011 – Private Rom Available
  • Saturday, July 16th and 30th, 2011 – Private Room Available
  • Sundays in July and August 2011
  • Fridays and Sundays in October 2011
  • Any date in November, where the average temperature in Ocean Isle Beach is a comfortable 68 degrees!

Photography Tips for Beach Sunsets

Wednesday, December 22nd, 2010

NC Beach PhotographerNowadays it seems everyone is an amateur photographer! So who couldn’t use helpful tips from Wilmington, NC professional photographer Stephanie Moore of Moore Photography. Photos of sunsets and sunrises are always popular, so we asked Stephanie to share her tips for photographing at those times of day. Let us know how your photos turn out next time you stay in one of our Ocean Isle Beach, NC oceanfront hotel rooms!

When photographing people during a sunset or sunrise:

  • Choose to start about an hour before sunset or sunrise
  • Point the subjects to the right or left of the sun, not straight in to it
  • Have fun with it! Try shooting a silhouette with the sun behind your subject
  • Try different angles and play with the long shadows that will appear as the sun sets or rises