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butterflykizzez04 Says: Orton Plantation, situated on the Cape Fear River was built c. 1725, and was the home of Roger Moore, who along with his family and friends founded the town of Brunswick. The original home was one and a half stories and constructed of brick. In 1840 Dr. Frederick Jones Hill,...
butterflykizzez04 Says: Captain's Cove also offers a large two bedroom apartment for rent for $1,000 per week. It is a great value. I rent it and split it with my cousin and her four kids. The living room has a couch and loveseat. There is a nice bar for breakfast and large dining room table with...
butterflykizzez04 Says: Nestled among shady oak trees with the ocean just a block away, restaurants and shopping within walking distance and championship golf courses nearby. Family owned and operated for 30 years, Captains Cove Motel provides aquiet family atmosphere.The beach is just a block away...
butterflykizzez04 Says: We always have a lovely stay at this hotel. We have been staying here for over 20 yrs.Nestled among shady oak trees with the ocean just a block away, restaurants and shopping within walking distance and championship golf courses nearbyFamily owned and operated for 30 years,...
By far the best seafood I've ever had and I've had a lot in my years visiting coastal NC. The price is reasonable and the servings are big. The hushpuppies were great, the shrimp and flounder were huge, and the waitress very friendly and helpful in spite of the crowd. They also had a great wine selection.
Favorite Dish: Fried shrimp and fried flounder! Big, juicy shrimp. Thick, meaty flounder. Fried but not greasy or heavy.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: West Beach Drive to 57th Place Oak Island, NC
Fondest memory: I love watching the dolphins swim by. We usually see them following the fishing boats - since they're feeding then, you can only see their fins breaking the surface.
This year (Spring 2002) we had a real treat. There was a school of 4-5 dolphins that decided to play. We actually saw them jumping straight into the air and leaping over each other. It was an awesome sight! (Unfortunately it's pretty much impossible to be fast enough to catch them with a still camera, but I keep trying!)
Written Oct 4, 2002