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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

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Recent Sullivan's Island reviews

  • Family Stay

    "Rating Details: The property manager was very helpful. The vacation rental was clean. I was very happy with the location. I was more than satisfied with the condition of the vacation rental. Overall, I recommend this vacation rental. Reviewer Comments: The home has lots of space for family and friends! You can not beat the convenience of its location to bars and restaurants on the Island. You can walk to Poe's, etc.! The beach is also an easy walk. The only thing I would suggest is to wash the slipcovers on the sofa and love seat inside as they were dirty. I would also get rid of most throw pillows because they were stained. We covered them all with sheets and it was just fine."
    Guest: A guest from Aiken, SC Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 21, 2015
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  • Great Couples Get away! !

    "As the only couple ever to visit Sullivan's Island and Charleston, when our group was looking for ideas for a mid winter vacation away from Iowa, we suggested South Carolina. We were not disappointed. Your house was above and beyond what the ten of us expected. It not only lived up to the pictures you provided, it was, without a doubt the most comfortable and luxurious place we could have stayed. The beds (especially the pillows, for which I have now ordered) were so restful. And sitting on the screened in porch every morning for breakfast (okay, maybe not the 26 degree day) and walking on the beach was just awesome! We hope to come back again soon and hopefully will be able to rent this beautiful home. It's the best of the best!! Thank you for providing such a lovely home to rent! The ten of us were very comfortable. I would recommend to anyone heading that way. Thanks again."
    Guest: Dianna S. Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: February 28, 2015
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  • Comfortable Place

    "Had a family gathering with 8 adults. Plenty of space. Lots of areas to gather and relax, either inside or outside. Easy walk to the beach. Kitchen was well equipped. TV’s are old but functional. When back in the Charleston area, would stay here. Looked like construction on a new house was about to begin at the adjacent lot."
    Guest: Tom R. Date of Stay: May 2015 Review Submitted: May 25, 2015
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  • Simply fabulous

    "This home is nothing short of fabulous. Quintessential Sullivan's Island with all the amenities of a top notch vacation stay. They have thought of everything. Sit back, pour a glass of wine, relax and watch the sunset"
    Guest: Geer M. Date of Stay: May 2015 Review Submitted: May 16, 2015
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Sullivan's Island Travel Tips

At the entrance to Charleston Harbor is historic Sullivan's Island. This bustling beach community has a lot to offer visitors, especially history buffs who want to get their fill.

The barrier island offers family-friendly beaches and plenty of access to the glistening waters of the Atlantic Ocean.

Sullivan's Island Attractions

Sullivan's Island has a long military history and is the home of Fort Sullivan, known today as Fort Moultrie. The fort was the site of the first decisive patriot victory of the British Navy. It occurred on June 28, 1776, at the palmetto log fort, as it was held by colonial forced under Colonel William Moultrie. A flag on top of the fort inspired the state flag for South Carolina and in what would later become known as the Battle of Sullivan's Island, a celebration is held every year on June 28 to honor Carolina Day. The fort is also the only part of the National Park System that can trace the entire 171-year history of American seacoast defense.

The Charleston Light can be found at the northern entrance to Charleston Harbor and replaced the former Morris Island Light. The lighthouse helps to guide ships into the harbor. The lighthouse is also triangular shaped, much different from the typical build of these structures.

Sullivan's Island is surrounded by beaches so take the kids to the water and let them enjoy fun in the sun. They can build sand castles on the shore or learn to boogie board in the water.

Things to Do

Shopping: There are antique, jewelry and clothing stores in Sullivan's Island as well as art galleries, so you'll be able to find yourself something to commemorate your visit. Head to the Tanger Outlet Center for brands such as Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th, Banana Republic Factory Store, Jos A. Bank, Michael Kors and Nine West. Additional stores include The Embroidery Boutique by The Charleston Angler, Copper Penny, the Mt. Pleasant Towne Centre, Hampden Clothing, Croghan's Jewel Box and Gwynn's of Mount Pleasant. For art, check out Adele's Pottery Studio and Gallery, City Gallery at Waterfront Park, Corrigan Gallery, LLC, Edward Dare Gallery and Sandpiper Gallery.

Dining: Grab a bite to eat at one of Sullivan's Island's eateries including Sullivan's Restaurant, Poe's Tavern and Fiery Ron's Home Team Barbecue. You'll find a variety of cuisines served in Sullivan's Island including Italian, seafood, American, barbecue, Asian and Mexican. There's also Dunleavy's Pub that provides guests with good food and friendly staff.

Just off the coast from Sullivan's Island is Fort Sumter National Monument. This was the site where the first shots were fired by Confederate soldiers on Union forces that signaled the beginning of the Civil War on April 12, 1861. Children who visit the site can participate in the Flat Soldier Program where they'll learn about different times of conflict in the nation's history including the American Revolution, the War of 1812 and the Civil War.

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