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Recent Grand Strand - Myrtle Beach property reviews

  • Very beautiful,clean,spacious !!!!!My family felt right at home .

    "Thank you ,so much for allowing my family and doggie addition.This place has been the cleanest since we have been coming for 18+ years.We haved loved it HIGHLY RECOMMEND !!!!"
    Guest: Sandy Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 7, 2014
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  • Great!

    "My wife and I stayed here in Oct. 2013. If you are looking for a clean,affordable this is the place for you. Also close to everything you will need during your stay. Patrick is great to work with. We will be staying here again."
    Guest: Keith R. Date of Stay: October 2013 Review Submitted: March 5, 2014
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  • A Great Home Away From Home!

    "My family and I stayed in this beautifully furnished condo for a week. It was very cozy; a perfect home away from home. The unit was very clean, and we loved the fact that it was "pet free", as our 4 year old has dog allergies. We enjoyed our days at the pool, and our evenings on the screened in porch. We loved that we were close to the beach and attractions; the location is perfect for a family vacation. We look forward to revisiting the area (specifically, this unit) very soon."
    Guest: The Taylor's Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: May 22, 2014
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  • Big on Charm, Not on Price

    "The owners of this property are vacation professionals. They have thought of everything. Light switches throughout the condo are labeled, there are hooks where you need hooks, and there is almost everything you need in the kitchen, including an ice maker. The layout was absolutely perfect for families- there is a screened-in semi-private porch at the entrance right by the laundry room, so kids could be stripped down before going inside when returning from the beach. It made keeping the place clean much easier. The kids' bedroom is the quietest/darkest room in the condo, so all the kids slept well. The location in North Myrtle Beach was perfect for families. It was on a dead-end street in an oceanfront building, and while there were lots of other buildings close by, it wasn't terribly crowded. The best thing about this rental is that it is in the back of an oceanfront building, so you don't have to cross any streets or drive anywhere to go to the beach, but it also isn't as expensive as an oceanfront condo would be. It is also charmingly and appropriately decorated- so many of the other rentals I looked at had plasma televisions and $5000 sofas, and I found myself asking why. This place has normal furniture that is sturdy and well-loved without being dirty. It makes so much more sense to me. There were plenty of towels, the beds were very comfortable, and the washer and dryer are full sized. There were a few maintenance problems, but the owner was very helpful and responsive about getting them taken care of. She was really great to work with. There were even some boogie boards, chairs, and umbrellas available. The fact that the linens and cleaning fees are included makes this a very affordable perfect beach vacation spot. There is a Kroger five minutes away,Walmart super center and malls less than ten minutes away, and Costco is 25 minutes away. The owner recommended Bimini's Oyster Bar, which was fantastic. It's right across from Kroger.This place isn't fancy and it isn't going to pass a strict white-glove inspection, but it is clean, cute, and functional and the price is right. Things that would make this great rental excellent: a longer pull cord for the fan light, an electric griddle, pull apart washable kitchen shears, a pizza cutter, a better fan for the front bedroom, and a collapsible step stool for the kids' bathroom. A ceiling fan on the screened deck and a Finding Nemo DVD would make it AWESOME. Great place! Looking forward to returning!"
    Guest: Maggie K. Date of Stay: July 2013 Review Submitted: August 8, 2013
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Grand Strand - Myrtle Beach Travel Tips

If you're looking to escape on the ultimate beach getaway, head to Grand Strand in South Carolina. With 60 miles of sandy white shores and welcoming waters, there's plenty of beach here to keep you occupied throughout your whole vacation.

When you're ready to come inland, you'll find an awesome assortment of restaurants featuring delicious meal options and local flavors, unique shops where you can pick up souvenirs, exciting live entertainment for a fun night out and plenty of opportunities to learn about the area's culture.

Things to Do in the Grand Strand Area

- Myrtle Beach Boardwalk: Wander along the 1.2 miles of oceanfront on the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk.Opening in 2010, the boardwalk runs from Pier 14 to Pier 2 and is considered one of the best in the United States. The boardwalk is home to numerous festivals and events throughout the year like Ocean Boulevard's Hot Summer Nights. Stop into any of the restaurants along the boardwalk to enjoy a meal as you gaze over the ocean or step into a shop for a little souvenir.

- Family Kingdom Amusement Park: For the perfect day of family fun, plan a trip to the Family Kingdom Amusement Park, the only seaside amusement park in Myrtle Beach. With 37 rides suited for adults and children of all ages, there's more than enough fun to be had. Thrill rides, kiddie rides, family rides and go-karts provide plenty of opportunity to wheel and whirl all around the park. Family Kingdom is one of the few remaining free-admission parks - meaning there is no additional cost to enter, and you only pay to ride the rides. Don't miss a ride on the Swamp Fox wooden coaster, one of only 122 remaining wooden roller coasters still operating in North America.

- Brookgreen Gardens: Get a bit of history and nature combined with a visit to Brookgreen Gardens, which broke ground in 1931. The majestic oak trees and world-renowned sculptures are sure to astound and delight as you stroll through the area. It's an ideal place to come and relax, and there are tours, exhibits and programs offered every day for people of all ages. Experience natural history as you walk along the Lowcountry Trail or cruise in a pontoon boat. Keep an eye out for local wildlife in this natural habitat.

- Rice Museum: Located in the Georgetown area of Grand Strand and topped by a clock and tower from 1942, the old market building was converted into a most unique museum detailing the history of rice from maps, tools and dioramas. Locally known as The Town Clock, the museum brings to light a society dependent on the rice crop through the ages.

- The Carolina Opry: For a fun night out, check out a live performance of The Carolina Opry, which is frequently voted best show by readers of the Myrtle Beach Sun News. In its own 2,200-seat theater, the show features comedy and music, providing you with two hours of serious, high energy entertainment. You'll get a little taste of everything from dance and comedy, to music spanning from Broadway to country, pop and gospel.

Shopping and Dining in Grand Strand Area

- Broadway at the Beach: This 350-acre shopping complex is home to more than 100 specialty shops as well as three theaters and 17 restaurants. Enjoy a day of perusing various stores and break for a quick meal.

- Coastal Grand Mall: The Coastal Grand Mall opened in 2004 and is the largest indoor mall in South Carolina. It features both indoor and outdoor shopping areas and houses well-known stores as well as smaller, unique shops. There's also a 14-screen movie theater and food court if you need a shopping break.

- Thomas Cafe: This luncheonette serves up a tasty fried chicken, homemade biscuits, grits, eggs, country ham and other tasty options. You can dine at the counter with some of the regulars or grab a booth or table if you've got a group. This 1920s storefront offers plenty of charm and comforting, home-style flavors.

- Nance's Creekfront: Oysters are the specialty here and are available raw or steamed in an iron pot and served deliciously with butter. There's also different seafood options like flounder, shrimp and grouper, or steaks and chicken for the meat lovers. You'll definitely want to save room for dessert, because the 10-layer chocolate cake made specially for this restaurant by a local baker is worth those extra calories!

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