Great Deals on Mother's and Father's Day Getaways on Bald Head Island
Thursday, April 30, 2009
Bald Head Island, NC - For those looking for a unique way to pamper the special lady in their lives this Mother’s Day, Bald Head Island Limited is offering great weekend getaways just for moms.
Our Mothers Day package includes 25% off accommodations for stays of two nights or more from May 8 through 15. The Mothers Day package also includes a $100 gift certificate to the newly opened Island Retreat Spa and Salon, brunch for two at the Shoals Club and a special welcome basket just for mom.
Bald Head Island Limited is also offering a similar special for Fathers Day. The package offers the same 25% accommodations discount off stays of two nights or more from June 19 through 26 as well as a $100 gift certificate to Island Retreat, a poolside cookout for two at the Shoals Club and a special welcome basket.
There’s never been a better time to visit Bald Head Island, which has recently received accolades in national and regional press. Travel & Leisure Golf magazine just named the island among America’s Top 100 Golf Communities in the nation for the fourth consecutive year. Stephen Leatherman, aka, “Dr. Beach,” recently cited Bald Head Island as one of his five favorite beaches in North Carolina.
To take advantage of this special discount offer, call 1-800-973-8309 to book. To browse homes available for rent prior to booking, visit the Bald Head Island website at www.baldheadisland.com.
Some restrictions apply. May not be used in conjunction with other offers.
Bald Head Island is a second home and vacation community located just off the coast of Southport, NC. With no bridge connecting the island to the mainland, visitors take a 20-minute ferry ride across the Cape Fear. Because there are no cars allowed, the favored method of on-island transport is electric cart, bicycle, or walking. Bald Head Island has been thoughtfully developed and retains much of its wild beauty. Of the island’s 12,000 acres, 10,000 have been permanently preserved and will never be developed. To learn more about Bald Head Island, visit www.baldheadisland.com.