UPDATE: 3:13 PM, Friday, May 14th, 2020
At this time, the DeBordieu Club amenities including pools, golf, tennis, and restaurants are closed to guests for health & safety precautions through at least July 5th. To-go items are available at the restaurants. For questions or more information, contact your reservation specialist or visit The DeBordieu Club Facebook page .
UPDATE: 1:09 PM, Friday, May 1st, 2020
Earlier this week, Georgetown County Council voted to open the public beach accesses throughout the county on May 1st. The town of Pawleys Island had previously passed a town council ordinance keeping the island accesses closed unless the county opened on May 1st, in which case they too would open their public accesses at that time. Beaches throughout Georgetown County will be open beginning Friday at noon.
Georgetown County Council’s current ban on short term rentals and hotel accommodations expired on April 30th so this will allow short term rental guests to begin arriving again this weekend; however, the Town of Pawleys Island did extend their short term rental ban through May 8th.
Several Executive Orders from Governor Henry McMaster remain in effect statewide for South Carolina including but not limited to the state of emergency, social distancing practices, and travel restrictions for visitors from areas identified as COVID-19 hotspots by the CDC.
For more information and details on these orders, please visit the Georgetown County or Town of Pawleys Island websites and the other resources below.
At this time, DeBordieu Rentals will begin receiving guests and new reservations in compliance with these local and state orders on May 1st. For Peace Vacations properties we will begin receiving guests on May 1st for all properties other than those located on Pawleys Island, this will resume on May 8th unless the town council makes a decision to change the current dates of their ban.
As our offices re-open, our staff will continue to use best practices for hygiene, cleaning, and social distancing as health and safety remain our top priority.
We will continue to provide updates as pertinent information becomes available.
For additional details, please refer to the following resources:
World Health Organization (WHO) : Coronavirus disease 2019
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) : COVID-19
South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC): COVID-19
Tidelands Health: Key Information on Coronavirus
Other Helpful Links:
Georgetown Chamber of Commerce Website with Daily Updates