Entries by Oak Island Accommodations

Precautionary Ocean Water Quality Advisory and Brunswick County State of Emergency Lifted

Oak Island Accommodations continues to welcome check-ins even as our administrative staff operates from a small satellite office while our main office is under repair. Approximately a foot of water entered our building during Hurricane Florence and we ask for your continued patience and understanding as we work to answer the high volume of calls […]

Precautionary Water Quality Advisory in Effect

The towns of Oak Island and Caswell Beach shared that a precautionary water quality advisory is in effect for Brunswick County. Residents and visitors, including fishermen, who cannot avoid contacting those waters should exercise caution, limit wound exposure, and thoroughly wash their hands. “Excessive rains, flooding from Hurricane Florence may cause high bacteria levels in […]

Check-ins Have Resumed, Southport Boil Water Advisory Lifted

Post Florence Update – 9/26/18   Oak Island Accommodations has resumed check-ins. All guests who were scheduled to check in between 9/22/18 and 9/30/18 should have received an email with check-in instructions and updates concerning the condition of their vacation rental (check your junk folder too, as some inboxes will place our messages there). Property […]

OIA Staff Makes Great Progress on Property Assessments, Emails to Incoming Guests Out Early This Week

9/23/18 Post Florence Update 10:20 p.m.   The Oak Island Accommodations staff made great progress this weekend on property assessments. Guests who were scheduled to check in yesterday or today through this coming weekend should watch their inboxes for a message coming early this week with further updates.   Things are trending in the right […]