Mary wed John on a crisp March afternoon in the Outer Banks. This seaside affair was both fun and classically beautiful. The couple worked alongside Sugar Snap Events to incorporate nautical-themed decor from the ceremony into the reception. After an emotional First Look, Mary met John at the end of the aisle where Rev. Jay […]
Chef Brian Riddle is now offering the No 5 menu from the Lifesaving Station Monday- Friday from 11am – 7pm. Call ahead to place your order to 252.449.6654 and when you arrive let him know you are here and he will deliver to your car.
Amanda and Rich said their vows on Sanderling’s Observation Deck in front of both loved ones and calming waves. While Amanda stunned in white, Rich wore soft blue and a simple white rose. The special occasion continued at the resort’s Event House. The reception space was a vision incorporating tone on tone taupe linens, creamy […]
Images provided by Brooke Mayo Photography I think we can all agree… it’s time for a break! Spring Break is the perfect time to have fun with loved ones. What better place for this than the Outer Banks? From the warming weather to the cool ocean breezes, we’re excited for the sunny spring days! If […]
Barkentine Angela ~ A Caffeys Inlet Station No.5 Rescue, 5 March 1883 By James D. Charlet There are hundreds upon hundreds of shipwreck and rescue accounts faithfully documented in great detail in the “Annual Report of the Operations of the United States Life-Saving Service” (direct predecessor of today’s U.S. Coast Guard) for each year from […]
Images by Brooke Mayo Photographers The Outer Banks offers everything you could ask for when planning the perfect romantic getaway: long beaches to stroll, fresh seafood to enjoy, and stunning sunsets to take in. Relax and unwind together- let us help you make the most out of your time away with your loved one! Day […]
While Sanderling Resort’s Lifesaving Station is a restaurant you can dine at today, the site historically served as the Caffey’s Inlet No. 5 Life-Saving Station. The Station, built in 1874, was established as one of the 29 stations along the Outer Banks of North Carolina that spanned 200 miles from Currituck to Oak Island. Due […]