This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$300 - $350 per night 3-7 night min stay
$150 - $250 per night 3 night min stay
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$859 - $1,934 per week 3-7 night min stay
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$231 - $420 per night 3-7 night min stay
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Twin Oaks Travel Tips
Enjoy the Time of Your Life with Twin Oaks Condo Rentals
Twin Oaks is located near Charleston, South Carolina and can be a gorgeous spot for a vacation. By staying at Twin Oaks condo rentals, you can have a great time at an affordable price. There are many things to do when staying at Twin Oaks beach rentals. With just a short drive to Charleston, you can attend the annual Taste of Charleston and have a great time. This three-day event celebrates Lowcountry cuisine and hosts some of Charleston's best chefs.
Fun for All Ages
If you are on a family vacation, Twin Oaks condo rentals make sure that there is something for everyone to do. Take the kids on a pirate tour where they can watch dressed-up pirates tell stories of what it was like living on a pirate ship. Check out Boone Hall plantation where you can visit a 300-year-old "working" plantation that features tours and live performances. When staying at Twin Oaks beach rentals, you know you are getting quality and privacy - two very important features of a great vacation. Isle of Palms vacation rentals means that everyone has a fun and memorable time that they will remember for years.
The South Carolina Aquarium gives you an amazing experience as you watch turtles, sharks, eels and more. After visiting the aquarium, take a stroll through the Gibbes Museum of Art where you can look at paintings, sculptures and photographs that tell the history of the city. And don't forget to visit the Angel Oak, which is a live oak tree that is around 1,400 years old. This massive tree is 65 feet high and has a wonderful shaded area that spans 17,000 square feet. You won't want to forget your camera for this one!