COVID-19 UPDATES

 
 
 
 
 
 
 



 Governor McMaster announced the closure of all South Carolina beaches, boat ramps and landings on state lakes, rivers and waterways.
4:45 Update
Governor McMaster has issued an executive order to close all non-essential businesses across the state to stop the spread of the coronavirus. The order goes into effect on Wednesday, April 1.  This order closes businesses in three categories: entertainment, athletic facilities/activities, and close contact service providers.

March 27

This morning, the Pawleys Island Town Council passed an ordinance to ban any short term rentals (30 days or less) beginning Saturday, March 28th at 5 pm through April 30th, 2020. Visitors currently checked in may remain until the end of their existing reservations. Long-term rentals of 30 days or more are still permitted. If you have a reservation arriving in April, we will be contacting you today to make arrangements.

 
 
 
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March 26

The majority of restaurants are still open providing curbside delivery and to-go options. The beach is not anticipated to close but is being patrolled to enforce social distancing. Our office is open but we have closed our lobby and some staff are working remotely. We are still asking summer reservations to wait until closer to your arrival date before making any definite cancellations or requesting transfers. At this time, if you chose to cancel your summer reservation, we ask for a written confirmation and will adhere to the cancellation policy stated in your rental contract.

March 18

To allow our rental agents to focus on guests with the most current and immediate needs, we are asking those who have summer reservations to wait until closer to your arrival date before making any definite cancellations.  This is a frustrating and uncertain time and we are cautiously optimistic that summer travel plans will proceed. We are in the office and happy to answer any questions or concerns you may have.


March 17

Our office is open. The governor has closed all in-house dining; however, carryout, and drive-through services are still available. We will continue to monitor the situation and are taking serious and strong precautions to ensure the health and safety of our guests and staff. We will update you as we know more.

Recent News

As we continue to monitor the situation with the coronavirus (COVID-19), we want you to know the health and safety of our guests and staff is our main concern. We are delaying housekeeping services to limit the chance that staff will encounter the virus on services. Housekeepers have also been directed to follow the guidelines recommended by the CDC and are using an EPA-registered disinfectant product to clean rental units at guest departure. Continue Reading