One of the biggest advantages of renting a vacation home like 48 Ocean Point is the savings guest enjoy from preparing meals in the fully equipped kitchen instead of having to dine out every meal.
A Harris Teeter is nearby, where guests can stock up on groceries and other essentials. I usually advise visitors to stop by the market on their way in since the house is tucked away on a private beach overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. (You may never want to leave again.)
But for those nights when you just don't feel like cooking, or perhaps on a night when you're celebrating a special occasion, you don't have to travel far to find a good meal. The Wild Dunes Resort has no less than six restaurants to choose from:
The restaurants tend to vibe an upscale yet casual dining experience, right in line with the overall atmosphere of the golf resort. For a quick bite before an afternoon at the beach or on the one of the two Tom Fazio golf courses, stop into the Dunes Deli (a lot of grab 'n' go options) or Sand Bar, which boasts panoramic views of the resort's lush fairways.
Meanwhile, diners at the Grand Pavilion Cafe enjoy panoramic views of the ocean. This is a good choice for a standard beach fare — sandwiches, cocktails, snacks. The Sea Island Grill or Lettered Olive are your best bets for a sit-down meal.
At 48 Ocean Point, we maintain a SportsCard that grants our renters access to many of the Wild Dunes Resort amenities – restaurants as well as golf, tennis, swimming and a family recreation program – so when you stay be sure to take advantage of all the resort has to offer.