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Recent Seabrook Island reviews

  • great place

    "This was our first visit to Seabrooke. The house was great. Very nicely maintained and well equipped. It worked very nicely for two families. Would definitly rent again."
    Guest: Jen Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 10, 2014
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  • Exceptional Week!

    "We loved our stay at Pelican Watch -- our second visit to a Pelican Watch villa. The unit is beautifully decorated, well appointed, and extremely comfortable. It is really the perfect beach vacation. With lots of walks, beach days, day trips to Charleston, Club access, reading and evening cocktails on the balcony, our week of rest and relaxation flew by. When you have a lovely balcony with a perfect view, and a fabulous Harris Teeter in the Freshfield's Village, there is no need to dine out. However, there are lots of great dining options in the Village and Bohicket Marina, the Beach Club; plus Charleston's dining options are endless and excellent. Everyone is extremely friendly. While on a Sunday beach walk, we particularly enjoyed talking to many members of the Turtle Patrol as they helped sea turtle hatchlings make their first attempts into the ocean. Daily dolphin sightings and the deer that are everywhere help to the make Island truly magical. Potential guests should know that the King bed in the unit is extremely firm. As well, future visitors should know that there are no sidewalks on Seabrook Island. Pedestrians and cyclists share the road with motorists, who are expected to drive slowly and courteously. We found that many motorists do not abide by the spirit of "share the road" and we had several close calls on our daily walks, even though my husband and I were walking single file and hugging the curb. The service provided by Seabrook Exclusives and Pam Harrington Exclusives was top notch. Thank you to the villa owners for sharing their beautiful unit with us (and our precious pet). Thank you also for including Club membership at the Beach Club and Island House in the rental. The dining room at the Island House looks wonderful and we hope to try it on our next visit."
    Guest: Cynthia Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 18, 2014
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  • Easter Stay

    "This house was better in person than in the pictures. It was well decorated and very clean. The smoke detector battery needed to be changed and a person came out right away to do it. They were very responsive to our needs. We also took full advantage of the amenity cards, grill and the bikes; we rode everywhere! I'd love to see a headboard added to the 3rd bedroom bed and the small drywall repair done in the upstairs bathroom but nothing to fuss about. all 3 generations of my family enjoyed their stay. Thank you!"
    Guest: Love the lowcountry Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: May 7, 2014
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  • 1st visit to Seabrook Island

    "Our family vacation was fantastic in this wonderful home. The house was very clean and spacious. This is the first time that a house exceeded expectations from the pictures. What a pleasant surprise! We rode bikes around the island, to the beach and pool everyday. The property is in a great location, very close to pool and beaches. We also enjoyed the Freshfields Market area, very convenient for groceries and shopping. We will definitely come back."
    Guest: Happy family Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 26, 2014
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Seabrook Island Travel Tips

Seabrook Island Vacation Homes Are a Kayaker’s Dream

The beach may be the biggest draw for visitors to Seabrook Island vacation homes, but it is not the only option. Guests of Charleston beach rentals on Seabrook Island will certainly find uncrowded beaches along with shaded bike paths and world-class golf. There are magnificent creeks to go kayaking or you can go fishing for your dinner. When the day is over, you can enjoy a sunset fit for a king at Seabrook Island rentals.

Seabrook Island Beach Rentals by Newton Farms

If you are staying in a gated community at Seabrook Island vacation homes, you will want to leave occasionally to explore or get supplies at the Newton Farms gourmet market in Fresh Fields village. Besides picking up some groceries to take back to your Seabrook Island beach rentals, you can visit several of the boutique shops or dine outside at the restaurants lining the green.

Seabrook Island Rentals for Seasonal Events

Year-round fun is offered at Seabrook Island rentals. The town boasts many seasonal events that include music events, festivals or the chance to see a movie at an outdoor cinema. Bohicket’s Marina features boat charters or other fishing activities. They also have music at an outdoor patio for an evening on the town. The sunsets from this venue will be great, but not as good as the ones from your private balcony at Seabrook Island beach rentals.

Seabrook Island Vacation Homes near Aiken-Rhett House

Historic Charleston is about 30 minutes from Seabrook Island vacation homes. This area of South Carolina offers more than restaurants and shopping. Immerse yourself in the architecture, walk along the battery or take a cruise in Charleston Harbor from your Seabrook Island rentals. The Aiken-Rhett House is one of the more famous homes open for tours. There is an audio tour of the urban plantation that takes about an hour. You will see the home with the Aiken’s preserved furnishings as well as the kitchen, stables and slaves' quarters.

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