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
$1095 - $1995 per week
$1095 - $2095 per week 7 night min stay
From $1247.53- $2595.00/wk
Greenwood Forest Travel Tips
Experience Local Living in Greenwood Forest Vacation Rentals
Forego the hotel routine and experience Hilton Head island like a native by staying in one of the many Greenwood Forest vacation rentals. These are lovely homes nestled in a small community within the Sea Pines Plantation. Greenwood Forest is a charming area within walking distance of Harbour Town and the ocean. A neighborhood playground and swimming pool means children have plenty to do, and the whole family can enjoy the relaxation of private home living in style. Local restaurants like Amigos Café Y Cantina add to the local feel.
Greenwood Forest Vacation Rentals Are Stylish and Full of Amenities
Although each home is unique, many of the Greenwood Forest beach rentals have been designed with superior comfort in mind. You'll find air conditioning, extra bathrooms and wonderful decks perfect for a nightcap are common features of these beautiful, low country homes. Many overlook a lush lagoon or a wooded area with wonderful walking trails that can take you almost anywhere you want to go. Whichever home you choose when booking Greenwood Forest vacation rentals, be sure to take advantage of the many bike trails for sightseeing at its finest.
Sea Pines Forest Preserve – Perfect for Nature Lovers
When you consider Hilton Head Island homes for your next vacation, keep in mind what the area has to offer. Greenwood Forest beach rentals are the perfect choice if you want to not only enjoy the ocean and marina, but if you'd like to enjoy the natural bounty of the island's 605 acre Sea Pines Forest Preserve. Hiking here is a great way to experience wildlife up close. Logging trails, wetlands and the 4,000 year old shell ring formation left by long-ago Indians add to the historical interest of the area.