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Recent Isle of Palms reviews

  • Perfect beach house

    "Our family has rented a house on the Isle of Palms for the past 15 years and we have stayed here for the past 2. Previously we had rented 5 other houses in Sea Oats. The is the best place to stay on the Isle of Palms because the beach is a 2 minute walk, there is no busy road to cross, it is right across from Wild Dunes (great for bike riding), there is a community pool and it is 2 minutes from the Marina (we bring a boat). This is the best house we have stayed in because it is very clean, it has a screened in porch, everything works, it has a great outdoor shower and it has an awesome 3 bunk bed room which all the kids stay in. They love it!"
    Guest: Doc Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 17, 2014
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  • Exclusive Experience

    "Suffice it to say, Exclusive Properties provide our family with an Exclusive Experience - Thank You EP! Magan was a saint, dealing with our large and unorganized family! We couldn't have done it without her. And the remainder of the EP staff followed Megan's kind and helpful manner in suit. Really, a first class operation. The proximity of this house to the 'downtown' of IoP really added benefit to this experience (3-5 min walk). We had a few other couples & families who were not able to spend the full time we did on IoP, so they were able to stay at the hotels and stroll over to the house for meals, partying and generally hanging out - no need for cars, parking or coordination - more or less, this proximity to the additional accommodations acted to 'add rooms' to this house. Further, the teens were able to have a night life which also avoided cars and coordination - effortless and appeasing for all. A short walk the other direction (2-3 mins) brought us to a beach access. The lack of public parking for this access made it approximate a private access. Looking back towards the 'downtown,' one could see the crowds at the 'public' beach, could quickly walk there is one wanted to be more social, though at the same time we were to be comfortably free of the crowds and enjoy a peaceful beach. The house itself was grand. Tall ceilings, ample bathrooms, quality fixtures,.... The kitchen was set up for a crowd with two of near everything, including large tables, dishwashers and coffee pots! The oversized stove and ovens also participated in making the feeding of a large southern family convenient and practical. Having the bunk room for the kids and another for the teens kept things peaceful. And having a floor plan with multiple master suites made the multi-household sharing of this palace fair and comfortable for all. The elevator also deserves a mention - without it, i dont think we could have had all four generations of the family relaxing as we did - priceless. And logistically, all of the under-house parking left our driveways free and clear for Picasso-quality chalk art, plus ample room to enjoy the ping-pong table. The fenced-in backyard with great pool (deep end in the middle with shallow ends), large pool apron, grass lawn and beautiful landscaping wound up being the backdrop of over 1,000 pictures between the families! Thank You Exclusive Properties for facilitating great memories - see you next year!!"
    Guest: James B. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: May 29, 2014
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  • perfect property for family with small children

    "We have utilized this property the last two years and love it. Extremely clean and great décor that is also child friendly. alarm is triggered if the back door is opened so you know when your child is by the pool. Love that beach amenities are provided so you don't have to bring a thing. Only a block away from the beach and much quieter than the street on the beach. Walking distance to everything and just a short drive into Charleston. Love it."
    Guest: Liz T-C Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 2, 2014
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  • Perfect in every way!

    "Our family, ranging in age from 7 to 67 thoroughly enjoyed our stay in your beautiful home. The home is spacious, very clean and tastefully appointed. The layout of the home allowed everyone to have privacy and the common areas are plenty large enough to gather as a family for meals and fun times! We really appreciated how quiet the neighborhood is, that fact that there is no traffic and that we didn't have to cross a street to get to the beach. The porches are fantastic and the views of the beach and ocean from them was magnificent. Everyone in our group LOVED the house and the area; we just wished we could stay longer. Thank you also for being so awesome to work with! You provided helpful information before our trip, answered questions promptly and checked on us after we arrived, all of which we appreciated. When we return to Isle of Palms in the future, we won't even consider looking at any other properties. We will stay at Palm's Porch for sure! Thank you for allowing us the use of your beautiful home as we made family memories."
    Guest: Sea Shell Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 28, 2014
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Isle of Palms Travel Tips

The Isle of Palms is where small town charm meets island living, creating an exceptional and unique spot that seems to be made for a vacation getaway.

The 7-mile-long and 1-mile-wide island may not be huge, but it's packed with welcoming locals bursting with hospitality and a variety of attractions to keep you busy throughout your stay. If you enjoy the water, you'll appreciate the 5-acre marina where you can delight in kayaking, parasailing and wave running. The island also boasts six miles of sandy shores, so there's plenty of space on the beach for a rousing game of frisbee, relaxing with a good book or even a challenging run through the sand in the morning. If you prefer bike riding, there are miles of paths to explore.

Two shopping centers in town feature a plethora of shops where you can peruse the goods and pick out your favorite souvenirs to remember your trip. Follow it up with a meal at one of the local restaurants. You're to find some fresh seafood and the catch of the day as well as a variety of other meal options to sooth any and all cravings.

With the wonderfully warm weather and an abundance of palm trees, you're sure to want to spend as much time as possible taking in all of the natural scenery and sights. Don't forget your camera, as you'll want to take as many photos as you can to remember your trip the the Isle of Palms.

Things to Do on Isle of Palms

- County Park: The climate on the Isle of Palms creates the perfect setting for spending time outdoors, so head to the Isle of Palms County Park where you'll be treated to unbeatable oceanfront access with stellar views as well as a seasonally designated swimming area. The park is a great place to come and relax, letting the sound of the waves crashing on the shore soothe you. The park features a volleyball court, picnic areas, and grills and boardwalks, so there are plenty of opportunities for some excitement. Dine on a delicious picnic meal or barbecue after an exhilarating volleyball game, then stroll along the boardwalk to take in the sights. If you're with children, there's a fun playground area for them to expend some energy and have a great time.

- Front Beach: Isle of Palms is an excellent beach community and one of the best to check out is Front Beach. This stunningly scenic spot stretches out for miles, so don't worry about finding the perfect area to lay your beach towel on. Get lost in a good book as the sun shines down on you, jump into the ocean for a refreshing swim or maybe even a race with your travel companions or comb the sand looking for sand dollars. Front Beach is a place that everyone can enjoy together, creating a lovely vacation day.

- Tidal Wave Sports: For you adventure seekers, we've got just the thing: Tidal Wave Sports. Try your hand at parasailing, ride a wave runner or check out wakeboarding, tubing and waterskiing. You can even take a ride on a Banana Boat! These rides last for about half an hour and will be great fun. What could be more entertaining than riding behind a boat on a giant banana? There's no shortage of of aquatic sports here, so you can spend afternoon or even a whole day playing and challenging your friends or family to competitions.

- Isle of Palms Recreation Center: Outdoors and activities are the names of the game on the Isle of Palms, and you can enjoy both of at the city's recreation center. Here you'll find tennis courts, basketball courts, basketball and soccer fields, a playground for the kids and a gym. Whether you want to stay strong with your fitness plan and fit in some workouts or you want to enjoy your travel group's company as you play some sports, you can do it all here!

Dining on Isle of Palms

- Acme Cantina: For an inexpensive yet delicious dining optios, head to Acme Cantina to sample some lowcountry fare with a Mexican twist. Seafood specials can be found here or you can try the popular tacos, burritos, quesadillas and chimichangas. In 2008, Acme Cantina was voted to have the best crab cake on the island, so you can't go wrong with those! Enjoy the laid-back vibe as you sample the different cuisine options, paired with a drink from the full premium bar.

- Sea Biscuit Cafe: For a tasty breakfast meal, head to the Sea Biscuit Cafe, an institution that's been serving residents Southern-style cuisine since the mid-1980s. It remains popular today with locals and visitors alike, especially for home-cooked breakfast options like sweet breads, egg biscuits and fruit plates.

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