'Bloodline' resort stops taking reservations after Hurricane Irma

Moorings Village stood in for Rayburn House on popular Netflix series


ISLAMORADA, Fla. – The Florida Keys resort that stood in for the Rayburn House in the popular Netflix television series "Bloodline" is no longer taking reservations for the remainder of the year.

Management of the Moorings Village in Islamorada made the decision to close the resort after a mandatory evacuation was issued for the Keys ahead of Hurricane Irma.

"Once the storm passes and we can return to the property and assess damage, we will make a decision regarding re-opening," the resort said on its Facebook page. "We appreciate your understanding and ask for your patience during this time. Our thoughts remain with all of those affected by the storm."

"Bloodline" recently ended its third and final season filming in the Keys after the state rescinded its tax-credit program.