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"We have stayed @Pelican Bay. For 5 yrs. now. 4 of those yrs. in this particular house. We now call it "our house" we love it & wouldn't stay anywhere else. The people @ Dunes Properties are exceptional. They treated us very well and we had a great week!"
Guest: PatDate of Stay: May 2014Review Submitted: June 16, 2014
"The listing does not due this property justice. It was much more spacious than I envisioned. There are 4 balconies, the rooms are large and with the variety of beds available, sleeping accommodations were excellent! The kitchen was well stocked with everything needed and there were numerous beach chairs/toys available that we will not need to bring the next time we come. The only thing i would bring next time is sharp knives and extra towels for showering (lucky we brought lot sof beach towels so we were prepared). The property was very clean and well maintained. The proximity to the beach, the community pool and the Boardwalk made it easy to never get into a car! I would highly recommend for multiple families as there was ample room to be together and get away for quiet time ."
Guest: Happy Beach LoverDate of Stay: July 2014Review Submitted: July 14, 2014
"We thoroughly enjoyed our first visit to the Isle of Palms and nearby Charleston. The house was just what we wanted, we visited the pool nearby, walked along the beach and sat out on the porch watching the fish and Allie the Alligator who came out the water and chilled out under the tree. The only (very slight) niggles were, being foreigners we could have done with a bit of help on working the TVs and the furniture in the third bedroom was a bit "sticky" and we could only really use three of the drawers easily. The recycling bin was full to overflowing and collection dates weren't particularly well set out. However, these were very minor issues and didn't detract from our enjoyment. The Obstinate Daughter on Sullivan's Island was a great restaurant and the ice cream sold in the shop underneath was to die for. A very happy week."
Guest: Mary-Jane C.Date of Stay: August 2014Review Submitted: September 13, 2014
"If you have any hesitation renting on Homeaway or VRBO, DON'T!!! At least not with this homeowner, David Pearson, who was such a pleasure to work with and so accommodating! Everything on this listing is 100% accurate. From the moment you walk in the front door, you feel at home at 26 Pelican Reach. Wonderful location, everything you need for a beach home! We had 5 adults and one teen and the house was a perfect size. The home is so comfortable and has a great layout for enjoying family time. The home is roomier than it appears in the photos - the living room can seat at least 8 adults very comfortably without having to utilize dining chairs or bar stools. The dining room was the perfect size for us to enjoy game night as well. Also, the house was very clean and well supplied with towels, toilet paper, kitchen accessories, etc... Lastly, the golf cart was a hit and a great way to explore beautiful Wild Dunes.
This was our first visit to IOP and we loved the island. Don't miss Acme - great seafood just a few miles down the way. We went there shortly upon arrival on our first night and were welcomed to Low Country with pimento cheese grits, fried shrimp and she-crab bisque...delicious! (I find TripAdvisor to be a very reliable source - Acme is ranked #1 restaurant on IOP. Also, David will send a packet with great info about the area as well, including dining options). About 7 miles down is Sullivan's Island - wonderful, laid back vibe with some good restaurants/bars (Obstinate Daughter is a great dining option). Happened to be there on New Year's Day for the annual Polar Plunge that starts at Dunleavy's Irish Pub, an event not to be missed should you find yourself in the vicinity on Jan. 1 (Dunleavy's is worth a visit regardless)! We enjoyed touring Ft. Moultrie at the end of the island as well - entry is free from 4-5 daily and only $5/family any other time.
The commute to Charleston is an easy one (about 30 minutes one way) and we never had issues with traffic. We found the city to be extremely easy to navigate and parking was easy (although know that most of the garages only accept cash). Once parked, the city offers free trolley rides along the more popular routes. The Visitor's Center is a great first stop for maps, tours, etc... On the flip side, live like the locals and visit The Blind Tiger and/or Griffon's for drinks/pub food and Pearlz Oyster Bar for great seafood. We will be back!"
Guest: Jenni M.Date of Stay: December 2014Review Submitted: January 5, 2015