Last Fall, we welcomed our new Chef de Cuisine at the Lifesaving Station, Andy Fradenburgh from Pinehurst, North Carolina. Chef Fradenburgh has been in the food and beverage business for over 37 years after studying and exploring the culinary world. Most recently, Chef has opened and managed a family restaurant called ‘Nina’s Classic Cuisine’ since […]

With every off season comes the time to update and make some renovations at Sanderling Resort!  This year we are excited with our plans to make improvements to our Event House. We will be removing the existing suite on the second floor in order to create three meeting spaces each with views. One will be […]

Being at the beach, one of our favorite ongoing trends is Trashing the Dress! Although this concept can be done almost anywhere, there’s just something about seeing the (finally married!) couple jumping into the Atlantic Ocean filled with excitement the first morning after awaking as a married couple! Plus, this trend is for brides of […]

As the Summer season comes to a close, we want to show our appreciation to our staff for all of their hard work throughout our busy season! Each year in September, we host an associate recognition BBQ luncheon to recognize our outstanding associates. Everyone has stepped up to the plate to make this year amazing […]

Amanda and Rick’s wedding was filled to the brim with personal touches that made their day so special! The flowers in Amanda’s bouquet were made with pages from their favorite books, with a small picture attached to remember her loved one’s. Ryan & Rachel Photography captured all of the heartwarming moments that made their wedding […]

Did you know? The queen bee is the largest in a bee hive and her sole purpose is to reproduce. The queen bee is the only one who can lay eggs. She’s also able to lay between 1,500-2,000 eggs a day. The queen bee also controls the aggression of the hive. For a lavare to become […]