RENTAL UPDATES FOR PAWLEYS ISLAND & LITCHFIELD BEACH - Pools, Covid, Appliances. 6/17/21
NO RENTAL RESTRICTIONS IN PAWLEYS ISLAND & LITCHFIELD BEACH!
OUR OFFICE IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Please only 1 person per reservation when entering our lobby.
Per County ordinance masks are optional.
ALL POOLS ARE OPEN FOR SUMMER, special notes from the HOA's below:
Bridgewater - BYO tube for lazy river starting.
Charlestowne Grant - Reduced hours 10a - 4p.
Compass Point - No chairs or restroom available.
Heron Marsh Villas - No furniture, you may bring your own chairs.
Litchfield Retreat - Pool monitor on site and bracelet required.
Oyster Catcher - No furniture.
Shipyard Village & Captains Quarters - Pool monitor on site and bracelets will be required.
UPDATES are the discretion of each HOA Board - Governor's Requirement to Open
The Boards will continue to monitor the changes in the guidelines and act accordingly. It is the responsibility of the guests who use the pool to abide by all of the pool rules and guidelines listed. https://scdhec.gov/bow/swimming-pools-recreational-waters
*Due to a Housekeeping Labor Shortage many properties are taking longer than expected to prepare. You will receive a text when your property is ready for arrival.
* Note About Appliance Repairs - An additional challenge from this pandemic has been shipping delays from various manufacturers. This includes everything from appliance repair parts to new furniture.
* No Mask Requirement in Georgetown County.
View our Blog Post Updates regarding travel safety and housekeeping guidelines.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS?1. Can I transfer my reservation or get a refund?
There are no travel restrictions in effect for Litchfield Beach. Unless there are new Government-mandated rental restrictions, our normal cancellation policy applies to all Reservations. This policy is listed on your rental agreement and may be viewed here.
2. What about making my final payment?
Final payments are due 6 weeks prior to arrival. If you need additional flexibility call us to discuss options.
3. What does Travel Insurance Cover?
Generali (previously CSA) provides coverage for: trip interruption and delay due to illness, positive COVID tests, loss of employment, mandatory evacuations for named storms, military duty, and death. Other assistance includes: On-Demand Medical & Legal Assistance with Access to On-call Physicians & Replacement Medication; Concierge Service – Book Dinner Reservations, Golf Tee Times, Tickets to Shows; Roadside Assistance – Tow, Battery, Flat Tire, Locksmith. View Complete Details
CSA Insurance Update on June 23 regarding COVID-19, "we are providing coverage if a traveler, family member or traveling companion contract COVID-19. The sickness would need to occur during the coverage period, and an in-person diagnosis and signed physician’s statement are required... foreseeable events such as becoming quarantined due to the Coronavirus will not be covered. Plans will not cover fear of travel.]"
Generali coverage for COVID-19 sickness can include:
Pre-paid Travel Arrangements
Insured travelers have coverage if they need to cancel or interrupt their plans if they get sick with COVID-19 or if a traveling companion or family member gets sick with COVID-19.
Medical Expenses and Evacuation
Travelers who get sick on their trip and need to seek treatment or medical evacuation have coverage for medical expenses for up to one year, even after they return home—including copays, deductibles and out-of-network costs billed by primary health insurance.
Additional airfare to return home when a trip is interrupted, and other unexpected costs, like overnight lodging and meals during delays, can be covered if a traveler or family member gets sick with the virus.
Our mission is to provide assistance and relief in the most difficult of circumstances. We encourage travelers to review their Description of Coverage for specific questions about the plan. For additional information about coverage for COVID-19 sickness, please see our Coronavirus FAQ page.