June 25

Artists in Residence @ White Point, Saturday’s all Summer 2014

Posted by White Point Beach Resort Team on June 25th, 2014

Bringing our Nova Scotia artwork to life is a thrill for us here at White Point. We have been proud to share their work on the walls of our  Main Lodge, within Guestrooms and our Gift Shop. Our Artists in Residence program welcomes a different artist to the Founder’s Lounge on Saturday’s all summer and we invite you to come meet them as they work away on another exciting piece of art.

Here’s our line-up for July & August 2014, and remember to mark our annual Artists of White Point Showcase & Sale, taking place Sunday November 17th featuring more than 24 artists!

White Point’s Artists in Residence Schedule
2:00pm – 5:00pm

Sat. June 28: Imagination Creations Jewellery Plus – Julie Nauss
Julie is self taught jewellery artist of 12 years. She makes creations using wire & sea glass, and any other materials from her beachcombing expeditions; each piece is unique!

Every piece of her jewellery comes from her imagination. However, when we discovered Julie’s work we knew we could plant the seed of bunnies and have her come up with a great connection to White Point. She wrapped up the sea and the bunnies in one with sea glass bunny pendants, which we sell in the gift shop. Each one as unique as each little bunny at White Point.

Sat. July 5: Lisa Wickens, Simply Country Décor
We’ve recently discovered Lisa’s work and have been delighted with the custom White Point pieces she has created – including a hooked rug of our Boathouse!

Lisa lives on Cape Sable Island at the Southern tip of Nova Scotia. She is a self taught rug hooker who operates a small home decorating business. She uses only 100% wool products from local sources for her works. Most are designed and hand drawn by her husband Quent Wickens making hers a truly family business.

Sat. July 12:  Joe Winters, Wizard of Wood
Joe has been a part of the white Point Artist family for many years. Having crafted our 1st collection of much adored Little People, Joe stepped forward immediately following our fire, offering to carve a new generation of WP Little People. Carving from trees off our property, he birthed 4 new friends who were named by White Pointers on Facebook and now adored by one and all.

A whimsical and colourful folk artist and character, Joe in known around our place for the Little People, but it’s his coastal inspired 3-d wood art that captures the imaginations and hearts of many. Living nearby in Liverpool, it is always a treat to drop into the shop to see what has captured his imagination. His works are found in homes around the world.

Sat. July 19th:  Cherry Whynot Mi’Kmaq Artist of Acadia First Nation
Cherry Whynot, is respected Mi’kmaq crafter. She is a member of Acadia First Nations who create traditional and beautiful leather and beadwork crafts. Leather and beaded dream catchers, moccasins, Medicine pouches, beaded and quill earrings etc.  Hanging on the wall near our carved moose antler and in the Gift Shop, you’ll find Cherry’s work, we were delighted to welcome them to our collection earlier this year.


Sat. July 26: Bev Crouse, Fabric & Quilt Artist
Bev has been a long-time friend of White Point most recently guiding us through the design, creation and unveiling of our new White Point Quilt – “Stitching White Pointers Together”. After hosting dozens of Quilting Parties with White Pointers of all ages and all over Canada, Bev has enabled White Pointers to been woven into the very fabric of White Point!

Bev Crouse is a Nova Scotia Quilt and Fabric artist specializing in Stitching up Memories and Milestones. Her portfolio includes simple memory quilts, large art and story quilts and all things in between.  Bev is nearby in Western Head, Queens County.

Sat. August 2nd: Tamar Drushka & John Hanna, The Philosophers Stone Art
Tamar and John’s work can be found all over the Main Lodge, just look for the stacked stone lamps! The original stone vessels of Nova Scotia. We have worked with the ancient glacial stones of the region since 1993 to create a unique and timeless art from our home in Rosebud. The quality of our finishing process is the hallmark of our work. Tamar and John call Rosebud, Lunenburg County, their home.

Sat. August 9: Roger Savage, Watercolour Painter
Inspired to capture the “light and shadow of Nature”,  where weather conditions change in seconds, he discovered that watercolour and paper were the best media from which to form his images. What better place than Nova Scotia and especially the ever changing shorelines of White Point Beach to capture nature. Roger is a familiar face to White Point. You can find many local White Point scenes in Roger’s work as he makes South Queens his home. The White Point Gift Shop sells a number of his pastel paintings as postcards.

Sat. August 16 Maggie & Laurie Horton, Folk Artists
Laurie and Maggie Horton began creating folk art like a lot of artists do – by chance. Their first creation was a small duck, a piece of driftwood that the pair picked up along a beach walk and painted to bring to life. They have been combing the beaches and the woods ever since, finding birds, fish and other creatures along the way. Their work is a team effort – Laurie carves the likeness and Maggie does the finishing paint work.  Their work is whimsical and fun and it is a favourite of White Point and our guests.

Sat. August 23: Craig Naugler, Folk Artist
As you look around the Main Lodge – you’ll soon see that we’ve fallen in love with Craig’s owls, his masks and other colourful creations! Seems our guests are in love with them too – they’ve been ‘flying’ out of the gift shop!
I started carving when I was 19 years old. I carve all types of birds including roosters, seagulls, robins and more, totem poles and bird baths. I am currently known for my owls large and small, and masks. I find it fun to carve and enjoy every piece I make.

Sat. August 30: Mary Ediger – Saltwater Angels and Buddies
Teacher, writer, kayaker and now eastcoaster, as she moved from the west coast to be closer to family and live by the ocean – loves kayaking when the swells are low, walking the beach, and collecting sea glass. Her passion for sea glass developed into a small business, Saltwater Angels – She makes and sell sea glass angels in the four Atlantic provinces. From the White Point Gift Shop, Mary’s Saltwater Angels end up all over the world s they are a popular item with our guests.

June 23

Two Ports Lighthouse 2015 Calendar to be revealed at White Point on July 1st, 2014

Posted by White Point Beach Resort Team on June 23rd, 2014

Two Ports CalendarThe Medway Head Lighthouse Society and the Spectacle Light Society announce the launch of their “Two Ports” Lighthouse Art Show Calendar, 2015, at White Point Beach Resort, Canada Day, Tuesday July 1, 4:00 – 5:00pm in the Founder’s Lounge.

Since the Federal Government declared the Lighthouses surplus, these icons of Maritime Life have been under a death sentence. The coastal communities of Port Medway and Port Mouton have been working together to save their lighthouses. Port Medway has worked towards and now owns the Medway Head Lighthouse and Port Mouton is working towards acquiring the Spectacle Island Lighthouse. As part of their fund-raising plan the “Two Ports” hold the Lighthouse Awareness Art and Craft Show each August which has become a major annual event on the South Shore.

The “Two Ports” Lighthouse Art Show Calendar is a fund-raiser that has grown out of the art show. Some of the artists who submit their work to the show are selected to be included in the calendar. Calendar sales have become a major part of the fund-raising efforts of the two societies. Last year sales of the calendars exceeded all expectations. Calendars were purchased by members of the local community and many visitors to our area. Calendars were also sent to many countries world wide.

On Canada Day at White Point Beach Res ort  the “Two Ports” Lighthouse Art Show Calendar will be unveiled. Visitors will be able to meet many of the artists and see the original artwork that is included in this year’s calendar.

Everyone is welcome to attend, enjoy refreshments and see the new “Two Ports” Lighthouse Art Show Calendar 2015.

For more information on the Lighthouse project & Calendar:
Catherine Pincombe
Lighthouse Awareness Art Show & Sale

We’re working to save our local lighthouses.twoportsCalendarCover2015

June 16

“SAND, SURF & SONG” – White Point Announces Outdoor Summer Concert Series for 2014

Posted by White Point Beach Resort Team on June 16th, 2014

Announced June 16, 2014 – White Point, Nova Scotia - Enjoy the sensational sounds of Nova Scotia this summer amid the surf and sand of White Point Beach Resort, the South Shore’s premier vacation and entertainment destination, every Wednesday evening in July and August for their NEW Sand, Surf & Song Concert Series!

The Resort is well-known for presenting live entertainment year round in the lounge. This summer, White Point takes its offerings to a whole new experience with an outdoor concert series. Resort guests and visitors are invited to take in some of the finest talent this province has to offer amid one of nature’s greatest masterpieces. Throughout July and August, talent will be presented al fresco on the front lawn, nestled between the bonfire and beach.

Donna Hatt, White Point’s Marketing Manager, says the idea behind the series is to showcase the depth and breadth of Nova Scotia’s best musicians against a dramatic backdrop, the ocean. Working with Kimberly Sinclair at SpinCount Music Promotions, based in Milton, Queens County, organizers have created a stellar line up that achieves that goal.

The series kicks off with a Canada Day concert featuring Cape Breton’s hugely popular Slowcoaster, complete with beachside bonfire, and fireworks!  Join us for a fun night of East Coast roots & rock. Then following every Wednesday night, we are thrilled to announce the following performance lineup:

July 1st, CANADA DAY:  Slowcoaster https://www.facebook.com/slowcoaster

July 2nd: Steven MacDougall – http://www.stevenmacdougall.ca/

July 9th: Molly Thomason – http://mollythomason.com/

July 16th: Irish Mythen – http://irishmythen.com/

July 23rd:  Ryan Cook w/Kelly Sloan – http://www.ryancook.ca/ w/ http://kellysloan.ca/

July 30th:  Matthew Hornell – http://matthewhornell.com/

August: 6th:  Jennah Barry – http://jennahwbarry.bandcamp.com/

August 13th:  Dylan Guthro – http://www.dylanguthro.com/

August 20th:  Willie Stratton & The Boarding Party – http://www.williestratton.com/

August 27th: Dave Sampson http://davesampson.ca/

Speaking of the lineup, Sinclair says she has put together a slate of entertainers that represent some of the best talent the East Coast and, in particular, Nova Scotia has to offer. “My objective was to give the audience an example of the high caliber of talent that’s incubating on the East Coast,” she says. “The real distinction for this series is that they are all singer-songwriters, which makes them special entertainers, as they can relate the stories behind their songs — what inspired them to write the songs in the first place.”

The other unique aspect of the line is that all the performers are at various levels of their careers and represent a variety of genres and styles. “We have something that will appeal to every age and musical taste,” she adds.

Meanwhile, Hatt says, White Point Beach Resort is excited to present this impressive lineup of Nova Scotian talent that will blend remarkably well with the natural surroundings.

“It’s a perfect pairing for our oceanside backdrop. We’ve been proud to showcase Nova Scotian musicians, year-round, here at White Point, but this year we’ve really taken it to a whole new level,” Hatt says of the series. “We’re thrilled to serve up the very best of Nova Scotia on our newest stage under an open sky on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. Sharing these weekly evening concerts with our guests, from home and around the world, will be an amazing experience.”

All shows run from 8-11 p.m. on Wednesday nights. There is no cover charge and all ages are welcome. For more details visit www.whitepoint.com .


For more information contact:
Donna Hatt,  White Point’s Marketing Manager
902.354.2711 ext 369/  902.521.7319
For Reservations:

Sand Surf Song Concert Series

Sand, Surf & Song Concert Line-up: About the Performers:

Cape Breton rock band Slowcoaster kicks off the outdoor entertainment with a special Canada Day performance July 1. The Wednesday night series officially starts the following night, July 2, with Steven MacDougall, front man and principal writer for Slowcoaster. A world-class songwriter and distinctive vocalist, MacDougall draws from his vast and diverse musical vocabulary — folk, country, rhythm and blues, and rock and roll — all influenced by his Cape Breton musical roots.

The excitement continues July 9 with Molly Thomason, a talented 19-year-old who is already on her third record in four years. A touring vet, she’s had multiple nominations for Music Nova Scotia and East Coast Awards and has achieved finalist slots in the John Lennon Songwriting and International Song Contests. She won Young Performer of the Year at the 2011 Canadian Folk Music Awards and the “She’s the One” competition at the 2012 Ottawa Bluesfest.

Appearing July 16, Irish Mythen sings from the heart and soul about life and love in all their moods with the insight of an astute observer of the human condition. Her live show is legendary, as Mythen commands the stage with a powerful voice and heartfelt songs that reward her audience with a memorable journey and has garnered her a passionate worldwide fan base. A citizen of the world, she was born in Ireland, travelled virtually everywhere, and now calls Maritime Canada her home.

Ryan Cook and Kelly Sloan perform July 23. A hardcore troubadour and traveling songwriter, Cook grew up in a large dairy-farming family on the southwestern tip of Nova Scotia. Blending the nostalgia of classic country music with modern satire, Cook has developed a progressive style of country that is both traditional and innovative. Sloan, on the other hand, is a classically trained singer who spent a third of her life in the eclectic Halifax music scene. Her music has been described as “soul-infused folk,” “Canadiana flare,” and “country-roots rock.”

Providing the entertainment on July 30 is Newfoundland native Matthew Hornell. Raised in Grand Falls-Windsor, Hornell now makes his home in Halifax’s North End. In 2010, he received four Music NL awards for his debut album, Matthew Hornell and the Diamond Minds, including Entertainer of the Year. Last year’s sophomore release, Have It All, earned him a nomination for ECMA’s Rising Star Recording of the Year.

The South Shore’s own Jennah Barry takes the stage on August 6. A singer, songwriter and musician, Barry’s music is described as juicy pop gossip with a folk backbone. Her songs dance the spectrum between folk and indie rock. With a voice as sweet as honey, Barry draws on a string of loves lost and won between the South Shore and Toronto. Her songs have the maturity of an old hand at romance, tough to let go of and so easy to love.

An experienced and entertaining performer Dylan Guthro performs August 13. He released his debut album in 2012 for which he won the Music Nova Scotia Award for Best New Recording, solid reviews and multiple placements on the television show, Degrassi.  Since then he has worked in Nashville, toured Denmark on three separate occasions, co-produced his first recording project, toured eastern Canada and attended a song retreat and festival in Sweden. He wins over fans and industry with his catchy and sincere songs, his superb musicianship, and his impressive vocals.

The sounds of Willie Stratton & The Boarding Party are described as a howling, seething hurricane of ferocious rock and roll music. Featuring vocal harmonies and melodies, audiences should be prepared for an onslaught of energy. Hardworking easterners Willie Stratton & The Boarding Party summon their  musical influences from girl groups of the 60s with a tinge of  rockabilly inspired by Gene Vincent. Stratton has a flair for writing catchy songs that leave the listener moved by the raw emotion in them. The band takes the stage August 20.

Rounding out the summer series, Dave Sampson will perform August 27. Born and raised in Cape Breton, Sampson writes heart-on-your-sleeve folk-pop songs, delivered with a captivating and authentic voice that could blow down a brick house. His knack for crafting simple earworms and his high-energy shows have been winning him fans across Atlantic Canada for the past three years. He was selected to showcase in the Breakout Stage mentorship program at the East Coast Music Awards 2014.






June 12

O’ Canada, it’ll be a GR8 Beachy Day at White Point!

Posted by White Point Beach Resort Team on June 12th, 2014


May 2

White Point to welcome Outdoor Interpretive Training Workshop

Posted by White Point Beach Resort Team on May 2nd, 2014



May 2

Going local…craft brews of the South Shore

Posted by White Point Beach Resort Team on May 2nd, 2014

Local Beer Tap Takeover

As part of our Craft Beer & BBQ weekend, May 2-4, Dan has invited Boxing Rock of Shelburne and Hell Bay of Liverpool to do a Tap Take Over … See what we’re serving up, better yet, come and try for yourself!


April 21

Initiation – an oasis in our Ocean Spa

Posted by White Point Beach Resort Team on April 21st, 2014

contributed by Joanne Veinotte, GM White Point Beach Resort

I don’t know about the rest of you but I am ready from spring! It has been a cold winter and my skin was looking rather dry and scaly – gross I know but the truth. I wanted to give myself a treat and decided that I would give myself the gift of two hours with Dorothea in our Ocean Spa.

Dorothea has been here for 17 years and next year will mark her 40th year as a therapist. I spoke to Dorothea about the treatments we have available and what she felt would be a good fit for me. All our treatments are done using organic ingredients where possible and individualized to ensure that the experience is the best it can be for each guest. I have very sensitive skin and this was important to me.  We have a selection of treatments available in our Ocean Spa that have nothing to do with massages.

I felt it was my duty to experience them for myself now that I am GM! Lol.

My appointment was at four, that way I could relax afterward and not have to worry about meeting any guests with ‘spa hair.’
Ladies – you know what I mean, the head massage which felt fabulous made your hair look like you just got out of bed.  Couldn’t have that.

I was greeted by Dorothea, one of White Point’s treasures, who instantly makes you feel comfortable and relaxed. I had never had any treatments of this type before and really had no idea what to expect. After a brief conversation about what I was comfortable revealing and what I was not – the treatment began. (Full disclosure here people – you can be naked for some of these treatments if you wish. Dorothea will work with you to find your own person level of comfort.)

Seasalt RubThe Initiation
Dorothea had decided that I would begin with the treatment called “Initiation”. This is a deep cleansing and exfoliation done with SeaSalts and essential oils. This would help remove my ‘winter skin’ and reveal fresh new skin underneath. Dorothea slowly works a type of salt paste into your skin and then you rinse it off in the shower.
(You shower alone so no worries about modesty there.)

The salt was slightly course against the skin but felt very invigorating. You can hardly see the salt so Dorothea had to put a bit extra on for the photo. I look like a piece of salted fish – a very happy salted fish. After I got out of the shower there appeared to be a soft film on my skin but upon further investigation – it was just my new soft skin! Sweet!  I felt great and the treatment was not over.

Next, off to the massage table to have aromatherapy oils, specific to my needs, lightly massaged into my skin. Rosemary for invigoration, lavender for relaxation: there are many types of oils that Dorothea can pick from. This is why it is important to go to your appointment a few minutes early so that you and Dorothea can talk about what your specific needs are. This end of day treat was wonderful, so relaxing…aaahhh.

The difference in my skin was amazing.
Soft and supple – smelled great.
Treatment number one gets an “A” for Awesome!
Thanks Dorothea!

The Initiation Treatment:
Deep cleaning and exfoliation. Sea salts and essential oils produce a smooth and glowing sheen.
45 minutes $74
See all our Spa Services online.

April 21

The Essential Treatment – a ‘must’ have experience in our Ocean Spa!

Posted by White Point Beach Resort Team on April 21st, 2014

Joanne & Dorothea

Ocean Spa ‘Selfie’, Joanne & Dorothea

contributed by Joanne Veinotte, GM White Point Beach Resort

There are many perks to this job that I had not realized. Having a spa less than a one minute walk from my office is definitely one of my favorites. I looked forward to my appointment with Dorothea all day and when four o’clock finally arrived – off I went.

Today’s treatment would be Essential, an algae body wrap. Dorothea assured me that it would invigorate my skin and make me feel energized. Bring it on! We had already had the discussion about comfort level and body wraps. Dorothea is very conscientious and through discussion with you, will ensure you are comfortable with the entire process. I had never had a body wrap before so this was all new to me. She showed me the algae powder that she would be using to cover my skin. It didn’t look too bad…then she made it into a paste and showed me the paint brush! Good grief! I had a good laugh and then the treatment started.

Using strategically placed sheets to cover the parts of my body she was not ‘painting’, Dorothea slowly covered me in the green paste with her natural bristle brush. The algae powder she uses is a composition of micronized algae. It is rich in minerals and trace elements – all things that my skin should love.

Dorothea knows about my skin sensitivity so I was not concerned about any reactions. I smelled faintly of sushi which reminded me that I had not eaten any lunch…but I digress. I was slowly coated in a green paste, back and front. It took about ten minutes in total.

I was then wrapped in a type of white plastic, covered with warm towels, and wrapped in silver paper. I looked like a burrito. The wrap has to stay on your skin this way for fifteen to twenty minutes and Dorothea leaves you alone to relax. I fell asleep.

When she woke me up, it was time to shower off the algae. I was unwrapped like a present at Christmas and off I went to the shower. Dorothea must shower off your back because she can see it and you cannot. She has disposable panties for those who are too shy to show their bums. Once all the algae is gone – bathrobe on and back to the massage table.

I still smelled sushi faintly, was it a real smell or was I just hungry?
Dorothea told me it was normal and that the next part of the process takes care of the smell. It is the oils and minerals that leave the faint smell and they are also what are so good for your skin. Dorothea then selected some aromatherapy oils for the next step of this treatment, lightly massaging the oils into your skin.

I have a great relationship with Dorothea, and based on guest feedback, I know she cares so deeply for all her clients. It is important that you give yourself enough time to talk to her before your treatment to make sure she understands what your goals are surrounding the treatment or if there are any issues you are dealing with. Different oils can affect different things: mood, energy level, restfulness. She is the expert. She picked the oils she felt would be best for me.

The treatment was over. Dorothea left me to get dressed.

My skin felt fabulous. Even places like my knees and elbows were soft. If this is what smelling like sushi for a few minutes does – I am all for it. When I got home my husband told me I smelled good. At first I thought he was being funny and then I realized I did smell good! He even noticed the soft skin on my arms when we were doing dishes. My husband and I have been married almost twenty five years – that is quite a compliment.

I did feel energized just as Dorothea said I would, although that may have been from my twenty minute power nap as I dreamt of being a burrito at Taco Bell.

Thank you Dorothea!

The Essential Treatment:
Refill your energy reservoirs and enhance health and beauty with an Algae wrap. Essential minerals and trace elements rejuvenate and revitalize body and soul.
For ladies and gentlemen: 60 minutes $98
See all our treatments and services online.

It may not be pretty in pictures, but this treatment is well worth it…


April 21

Scotiable Ottawa 2014 … just like Old Home Week!

Posted by White Point Beach Resort Team on April 21st, 2014

On Friday April 4th, Nova Scotians & friends from all over the Ottawa area convened at the Lunenburg Pub for our 3rd Annual SCOTIABLE 2014!

With an RSVP list of 200, it certainly felt like we reached, and exceeded that as folks, just like back home just come along knowing they’d be welcome… just like a good old Family Reunion!

Bluenosed upon arrival, friends and family gathered to rekindle their ties to Nova Scotia, get the latest news from home and meet new friends – including our Team from Nova Scotia who were in town for the Ottawa Travel Show.

As the room filled, out came the Nova Scotia treats including lobster rolls – and our newest creation “The Scotiable”,  a spiced rum and VanDykes Blueberry Juice infused cocktail. Thanks to our partners Nova Scotia TourismYarmouth & Acadian Shores and Destination Halifax,  we sipped, savour and socialized the night away!

Thanks to the gang from Saltscapes Magazine, we sent many home with fantastic T’s and infant Onesies that were a huge hit…especially with Mom’s to be and Grandmoms, along with Magazines, Postcards.

Of course back by popular demand, Keith’s was on tap with plenty of goodies for the gathering - ball caps, t-shirts, bottle openers and more.

Taking home Nova Scotia gifts are always popular and offered again this year were a number of experiences….2 nights at White Point Beach Resort, 2 nights at Atlantic Oak Island Resort & Conference Centre, a beautiful (and delicious) basket of goodies from Taste of Nova Scotia, and a special additional this year – passage for two onboard the new ferry cruise ship, the Nova Star, which sails between Portland, Maine -Yarmouth, Nova Scotia starting May 15/14.

Surrounded by laughter, familiar family names, sounds from home echoed throughout the Pub (albeit better heard at one end of the room than the other) as the Ceilidh Trailers took to the stage…and the toes started tapping. They are rooted in the locally based Cape Breton Session in Ottawa.

And that lovely lobster Larry. Well he became the focus of may ‘selfies’ and went home with a Nova Scotian promising to return soon.

Thank You…
For 3 years now, it has been a pleasure to create and host ‘Scotiable’ in Ottawa.  The chance to bring you all together, share some laughs, sign the Nova Scotia Flag and rekindle your connections and passion for home is an honour. Huge thank you to our sponsoring partners all named above for their support in making the event possible.

‘Scotiablers’ you are the best ambassadors in Ottawa for Nova Scotia, if you can’t make it home this year, we know you will share your passion and enthusiasm with others – sending friends, colleagues and family home to our shores!

Scotiable 2015…Plans are in the works for next year, location may change but expect ‘Scotiable’ will always remain the largest family reunion of Nova Scotians in Ottawa…unless you end up here in NS before then!

Here are some pics from ‘Scotiable 2014′! Thanks to the Lunenburg Pub for sharing pics their team took…grab and share yours on our Scotiable Facebook Page

Donna Hatt, White Point Beach Resort


April 20

Mother’s Day Weekend & Buffet – May 10 & 11

Posted by White Point Beach Resort Team on April 20th, 2014

Mother’s Day is fast approaching.
Life is busy for Mom’s, maybe this year you can whisk her away for a little beachside R&R. We’ve planned a relaxing weekend, dip in the pool, soaks in the hot tub, strolls on the beach and maybe take her for a spin on the dance floor in the Lounge. Sunday, Mother’s Day, treat her to a savoury, Taste of Nova Scotia infused Buffet overlooking the beach.
Pair it up with our Spring Room Special (1 night from $139) or our very popular GR8day Dinner & Breakfast Package.
If you think she’d like a re-energizing treatment from the Ocean Spa (The Essential Treatment is to die for!) book her in early.
If she’s a golfer, we’ve been playing White Point Golf Club since April 18th, so pack her clubs and come along.
Give us a call and we’ll get you all set for a wonderful Mother’s Day Weekend, 1.8000.565.5068.

Here’s our Mother’s Day Buffet Menu…just to whet your appetite!

Mothers Day Brunch - Beachside!