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Recent Charleston Area property reviews

  • Great house!

    "Our family (three generations) just spent a delightful week at the Spotted Sandpiper house. Everyone thought it was the best house (of five in various places, including Kiawah) that we have rented. We thank the owners for sharing such a well-equipped and comfortable house! It was a wonderful week for us."
    Guest: A guest from Stone Mountain, GA Date of Stay: July 2013 Review Submitted: July 28, 2013
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  • Nice condo, perfect location!

    "We love Seabrook & travel there often. The condo is clean & had everything we needed. The location is great & the view of golf course is spectacular!"
    Guest: Sydney Date of Stay: September 2013 Review Submitted: October 19, 2013
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  • Excellent Kayaking

    "The house was very spacious and well equipped. The setting overlooking the marsh and ocean was beautifully tranquil. This is a great house to use as a base for exploring the creek and the Kiawah River. Be sure to rent kayaks-- there's always lots of dolphins nearby where the creek pours into the river and the ocean."
    Guest: TW Date of Stay: February 2012 Review Submitted: February 25, 2012
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  • 12 BR/12 BA, ocean front mansion

    "This house is great and the owner was extremely responsive to the only 2 issues we had, a short in a ceiling fan and an infestation of ants at the pool. We had a family reunion with 24 people, including 5 under 4 years old and 2 teenagers. We were worried that we would be tripping all over each other but this house is large, spacious and well-designed. On the main floor, there are 3 separate sitting areas inside, not counting the kitchen (where people usually hang out), plus a large deck with enough seating for at least 20. In fact, the 1st floor deck was the main attraction. You can see the pool and the beach and almost always had a nice breeze blowing to keep things cool. There is also a nice deck on the 2nd and 3rd floors and a TV/sitting area on the 3rd floor. We never felt crowded, and although the children were loud, there was always a quiet place somewhere to get away from them. Each of the 12 bedrooms has its own private full bath (some are kind of small, some are incredibly large), plus there is a powder room on the 1st and 3rd floors. There are 4 master bedrooms that face the ocean that are more like suites than bedrooms with incredible views. The kitchen has plenty of room for several people to work at the same time, and the dinner table easily seats 14 people and has an awesome view of the beach. The children ate at the kitchen counter so they felt part of the dinner as well. There are 3 refrigerators, 2 in the kitchen and one in the carport under the house. They are not huge and with food for 24 they filled very quickly, which sometimes made it difficult to find stuff, but that is a minor complaint. The ice maker did a great job, we never ran out of ice, and the dishes, glasses, and cooking necessities were plentiful. The house has plenty of beach toys, umbrellas and beach chairs which we didn't know about, so we brought a lot of stuff we didn't need. I have suggested the owner be more explicit in what is available. This is the 6th time we have done a large reunion. Usually we have to have 2 houses. It was great having everyone under one roof, and it was by far the nicest house we have rented. Although it is a little costly, it is absolutely worth the extra money, and I highly recommend it."
    Guest: tom t. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 26, 2014
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Edisto Island Travel Tips

End Your Craving at Edisto Island Vacation Rentals

Seclusion reigns supreme on Edisto Island, South Carolina. The privacy you crave can be yours in Edisto Island vacation rentals. Walk out onto your own dock to view the ocean or marsh lands from Charleston beach rentals. The only road that brings you to Edisto Island is State Road 174 and it ends at the water's edge. Your Edisto Island condos offer fishing and crabbing close to your front door. Edisto Island living is reminiscent of the days when plantations were plentiful on the island. During the Civil War, many of these plantations were lost but a few remain.

The Charm of Edisto Island Condos

Take a river cruise to see the plantations that are still on the island for a day's excursion from your Edisto Island condos. If your vacation plans take you to Charleston rentals in October, you can visit a plantation house and church on the annual tour. The plantations were slow to be renovated and occupied after the Civil War, and then the boll weevils infected the cotton crop in the 1920s so the homes fell into disrepair again. It is worth the time away from Edisto Island vacation rentals to see the genteel life of the plantation during these tours.

Archeological Finds near Charleston Rentals

Spend the day looking for shells, fossils and sharks' teeth from your beachside Edisto Island condos. Edingsville Beach is close to many of the accommodations. Edisto Beach State Park offers pristine sand beaches to lure you outside of Charleston rentals. As you walk the shoreline, you may find remnants of homes that were lost to hurricanes in the late 1800s. Pieces of broken china or bricks can still be found.

Beaufort Arsenal Museum close to Edisto Island Vacation Rentals

Island living provides golfing, a marina, shopping and relaxation when you choose Edisto Island vacation rentals. While Charleston is only a short drive from Edisto Island condos, Beaufort, South Carolina is just an hour away. Beaufort, like Charleston, is filled with history. They offer a visit to the Beaufort Arsenal Museum or a ghost walk tour of the city.

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