|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
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With an easy walk to the beach, you will find plenty of reasons to visit “Sand Dune” at 41 Lagoon Villa during your next vacation to the Isle of Palms. Location is everything, and this lovely villa is perfectly located in the heart of Wild Dunes Resort. A five minute walk will lead your family to the sea, tennis facility, bike shop, golf, spa, five restaurants and an excellent ice cream shop. When it is time to retire for the evening, relax by enjoying the views from one of your two decks, where you can see a peaceful marine lagoon with fish jumping, egrets resting, and the occasional alligator might smile as it swims by. “Sand Dune” features two bedrooms, each with two queen beds and a private bath making it a perfect destination for a golf foursome or a family, where everyone needs room to stretch out. The living room and kitchen are located between the two bedrooms. The living room is highlighted by large picture windows, comfortable seating, tile flooring softened with area rugs and a large flat screen television. The kitchen has many upgrades including granite counter tops. The Lagoon Villa community features a private swimming pool for their guests and residents, which is located just across the parking area from “Sand Dune”. Wild Dunes Resort offers miles of private bike trials, six restaurants, spa, shopping, ice cream shop, kids playground and two golf courses including the well known Wild Dunes Links Golf Course that finishes along the Atlantic.
Enjoy the location and comfort that “Sand Dune” can provide to you and your family during your next Isle of Palms Vacation.
Features Wild Dunes Resort Club Sports Card! A Sports Card is required to access the Club Swim Center, Club Fitness Room (entry fee), Tennis Center (court fees apply). Access granted to Palm Cove Pool after 3pm and Boardwalk Inn Pool after 4pm with Sports Card.
The Isle of Palms, like all barrier islands, has a dynamic beach near the inlet that separates the island from Dewees Island. The ebb and flow of the changing tides, through the inlet, creates and moves sand bars just off shore. These sandbars will channel waves between them, resulting in the massive buildup of sand along portions of the island where other areas may develop temporary erosional hot spots. These hot spots will feature a sand beach throughout the day outside an hour or so before and after high tide. Where a dry sand beach may be limited in these few areas at high tide, walking either direction will lead to an area where the sandbars have created an expansive beach to enjoy at any tide.
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Listed rates do not include additional taxes & fees for the stay.
Listed rates may not reflect any current specials and/or discounts available.
Please inquire for an exact and all inclusive quote.
For payment, we accept V/MC/AMEX/DISC.
35% deposit due at time of booking
65% balance due 45 days prior to arrival
Travel Insurance is available for an additional 7% of the total cost plus taxes.
Marcia, Front Desk Manager, Beachside Vacations
A true South Carolinian, Marcia is from Greenville SC and has been in the Charleston area for over 25 years! She began hospitality right out of college as the Front Desk night manager at the Waccamaw House in Litchfield, SC. She and her late husband, John, ran Sewee Coastal Methodist Retreat Center in Awendaw, on the Intercoastal waterway while raising their four children. Marcia joined the Beachside Team 2012.
1. Enjoys the peace and moss draped serenity of the walking trails in Palmetto Islands County Park. Palmetto Islands County Park is located in Mt. Pleasant and also offers the areas only water park in addition to miles of walking trails. 843-406-6950.
2. Walking the beach from Breaches’ Inlet to the opposite end of Sullivan’s Island at Charleston Harbor.
3. Sunset cruise on the Palmetto Breeze. The Palmetto Breeze is the ultimate sailing catamaran docked in Shem Creek. They offer dolphin sails, tours of the historic Charleston Harbor and sunset sails. 843-886-8133.
4. Kayaking the salt marshes and back creeks of the Intercoastal waterway . Coastal Expeditions offers tours from Isle of Palms Marina and Shem Creek 843-886-9590.
5. Favorite is BBQ shrimp at Acme Lowcountry Grill! Located on the Isle of Palms, Acme Lowcountry Grill is one of Beachside’s favorite recommendations. 843-886-3474.
It's always great returning to Wild Dunes when I visit Charleston. It's a short ride to the city but while I'm there, the peace and quiet of Wild Dunes is extraordinary. For about the same price of a hotel room downtown, I get the solace of the beach and a private resort to relax and unwind. The extra space with two private bedrooms provided plenty of room to be together and have your own space when you want to be alone. This villa is well appointed and very inviting - a great choice.
This location was a perfect setting for our family. We were not too far from the beach, and there was a shady walkway to the beach. Loved the foliage around the villa. Made us feel like we were home and afforded us some privacy.
We have young adult children who were able to come and go as they pleased without disturbing anyone.
The kitchen and dining area were just right. The kitchen was well stocked with pots and pans so the kids were able to cook and eat.
We had a wonderful time in this place for the week. The people were easy to work with and the property was clean and beautifully presented. We definitely hope to return next year.
Fort Sumter, USS Yorktown, Charleston Battery and Market, Boone Hall Plantation, Fort Moultrie, Yacht Harbor Marina, Inshore/Offshore Fishing.
Other Activities: Kayaking, basketball, miniature golf, shopping, boating