If you’re looking for an intimate setting for you and your special someone this Valentine’s Day, you can’t go wrong an oceanfront room at our Ocean Isle Beach, NC hotel. And for the occasion, we’ve created the ultimate oceanfront getaway package appropriately referred to as the “Message in a Bottle” getaway:
Two nights in a luxury oceanfront King Room,
Champagne or sparkling cider,
A single red rose,
Breakfast each morning, an
In-room basket of snacks including hot cocoa and popcorn
Large selection of classic romance movies to watch in your room, including the romantic classic “Message in a Bottle”
And you won’t leave empty handed! You will remember Valentine’s Day 2011 forever with your own “message in a bottle” filled with sand, rose petals and a special message inside. The message may be customized or taken from our own collection of prose.
The 2 nights/2 rounds package sets you up to play the Pearl’s East and West Course and is an amazing price, with prices as low as $172 per player, which includes all greens, cart fees and taxes.
Or you can play 36 holes per day with Fore-Travel.com’s 2 nights/4 rounds package and play the East and West Course each twice for as low as $226 per player! (Which also includes all green and cart fees and taxes.)
Prices are based on double occupancy, but can be altered for a one night stay by simply cutting the price in half!
Our friends at The Pearl Golf Club in Ocean Isle Beach, NC launched their monthly contest yesterday! December’s lucky contest winner will be playing 9 instructional holes with Class A PGA Head Pro Jimmy Biggs, but this month’s winner will go out in style, winning an Adidas Clima-Warm Fleece Sweater, t-shirts and golf balls. The Adidas fleece is ideal for playing in the winter, as it insulates but is not bulky, allowing your swing to be uninterrupted! To enter, “Like” The Pearl’s Facebook page and click on the “Contest” tab to enter. The contest will only be open for a couple of weeks, so enter today!
We are excited to announce that The Pearl, Ocean Isle Beach’s premiere golf course, will be hosting the 2011 TGAA Myrtle Beach Classic, one of the most prestigious Pro-Net Tours in the Mid-Atlantic. The thirty-six hole event will be on February 19th and 20th, 2011 and The Pearl will also host the post-event awards banquet.
The Tournament Golf Association of America tour’s Chief Operating Officer, Steve Moses, said this of the partnership with The Pearl: “We are very proud of the partnership we have developed with The Pearl Golf Course and are thrilled to have them host the TGAA Myrtle Beach Classic for the second straight year. They were wonderful hosts to the tour for our 2010 event and it was an easy decision to return. The players gave high praise to the staff for their attention to detail and to the quality of the courses…Our players are every bit as excited as The Pearl Golf Course and the local Calabash community to have this event”.
Michael Borton of The Pearl is eagerly awaiting the event. “We were able to host their major event in 2010 and are excited to host this event again. Both courses provide the challenge and setup that these Pro-Net golfers want to see.” We welcome you to “Stay and Play” with The Pearl and the Islander Inn of Ocean Isle Beach, NC. Hope to see you there!
When you’re done checking off that holiday list, escape to the beach and let the welcoming staff at the Ocean Isle Beach’s Islander Inn pamper you. Click here for easy-to-use directions to Tanger Outlets from the Islander Inn!
When you stay at our oceanfront hotel in Ocean Isle Beach, NC, you can’t help but want to walk along the shore in search of seashells. Sand dollars in particular are an exciting find, so we’d like to share with you a few tips on finding sand dollars along the coast.
Understanding the tide schedule is especially important to finding sand dollars, as low tide is the best time to find them. If there’s a particular area where you have some luck, return to that area at every low tide, as there could be a bed nearby. After a storm or hurricane is always a good time to look, even in high tide areas where debris could have been pushed upwards. And sand dollars are particularly fragile, so bring along a bowl lined with a cloth or paper towel so you can lay them out individually to avoid breakage.