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Recent Seabrook Island property reviews

  • Fabulous!!

    "I cannot say enough great things about this villa! Great location with easy access to the clubhouse and the beach. Beautifully redone with updated kitchen and bathrooms. We had a great stay here and hope to return soon! The owners are very nice and fast moving for a last minute vacation as well!"
    Guest: Katie L. Date of Stay: July 2013 Review Submitted: July 15, 2013
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  • Beach Club Villa

    "We were very happy with our 3 month stay at this villa. Seabrook Island is a wonderful vacation destination with a full compliment of top notch amenities (golf,tennis,beach equestrian,bicycling,dining). All of this in safe,secure community setting just 40 minutes from downtown Charleston. This Beach Club villa has one of the best locations within the community with the beach just steps out your front door, and several of the amenities (golf,beach club,dining) within a 3-5 minute walk. The unit is spacious. At one point we had six people staying in the unit and didn't feel at all cramped. We particularly enjoyed having the waterfront view from the living room. As a previous reviewer stated, the unit's furnishings are not fussy, but are comfortable and clean. The villa was fully stocked with all the necessities to ensure a comfortable stay (fully stocked kitchen,washer/dryer, plenty of TVs, vacuum cleaner,stereo system,wifi, etc.). Finally, Kim and Harry were wonderful to deal with. Every commitment they made they kept, and they were very responsive to our inquiries. If looking to spend time at Seabrook Island, this is a rental well worth considering."
    Guest: Jonathan J. Date of Stay: December 2012 Review Submitted: March 7, 2013
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  • Creekwatch Villa getaway

    "Our adult family of 4 and a Golden Retriever spent a relaxing and wonderful 4 nights at Creekwatch! We watched wildlife (deer, raccoon, egrets) from our second story balcony and our dog was entranced with the cool breeze and treetop view. The neighborhood is very quiet and a private refuge. The pool has an ocean view across the marsh. It is a very short trip to the beach and to access boardwalks! You can walk to the crabbing docks and the kayak launch. A quality vacation rental with all the comforts of home - that is priced just right - clean, convenient and very secluded. The beds were comfy and the hardwood floors are beautiful and very practical! We felt as though we experienced the natural side of Seabrook with this location. We are so happy that are dog was welcomed too! He had his first trip to the beach! We will definitely return!"
    Guest: Roz Date of Stay: July 2013 Review Submitted: July 26, 2013
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  • Paradise!

    "This is truly a beautiful villa. It has wonderful views and spacious living areas. The boardwalk to the water is close to the villa and made for a lovely walk along the beach. The fishing was fun. Dolphins swim very close to the shore line. The sunsets are incredible. This is one of the few villas that provides a grill which we enjoyed using and we spent many mornings on the deck drinking coffee. The reasonable distance to Charleston provided a few day trips but we always looked forward to spending time on the private beach areas that Seabrook Island provides. We certainly enjoyed our stay and have many wonderful memories and photos of this gem along the ocean."
    Guest: A guest from Chicago, IL Date of Stay: July 2013 Review Submitted: August 7, 2013
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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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