This beautiful beach retreat is located 2nd row from the ocean, making it ideal for the beach-loving family.
• 2nd Row Home – Sea Pines
• 4 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms, Sleeps 10
• Square Feet: 2288
• Updated Kitchen (stainless steel appliances and granite countertops)
• Private Pool (does not heat)
• 1st Floor Bedding: Two Twins, Sleeper Sofa
• 2nd Floor Bedding: King, Two Twins, King
• Main Living Area is on Second Floor – (living room, dining room and kitchen)
• Propane Grill
• Wireless Internet
• Not a Dog Friendly Property
Expansive windows in the sun room bring an element of brightness throughout the spacious living areas, and a large private deck off the back of the house overlooks the private pool (not able to be heated) and provides the perfect spot for sunbathing.
Bedroom one is located on the first floor and has two twin beds. Bedrooms two and four both offer one king in each room (both on second floor) and bedroom three has two twin beds (second floor). There is also a sleeper sofa for extra sleeping space.
Beach Access Information: Guests often access the beach via the Sea Pines Beach Club, which offers restaurants, a beach bar and restroom facilities. The Beach Club is free to use, but in May 2018 Sea Pines implemented $10/day parking fee during the summer (Memorial Day – Labor Day); you can still access the Club by bicycle or Trolley for free (seasonal). An alternative “free” beach parking option is Coligny Beach Park - located outside the back gate of Sea Pines. Coligny has restrooms, changing rooms and a fun splash pad for kids.
Sea Pines is the largest and best known of the Island’s vacation destinations, this 5,000-acre resort includes the Harbour Town Links of the RBC Heritage fame, as well as Hilton Head’s iconic candy-striped lighthouse. Guided horseback rides with Lawton Stables Equestrian Center take guests into the 605-acre forest preserve, while the bustling marinas at South Beach and Harbour Town offer shopping, dolphin cruises, kayak rentals and sunset dinners. Sea Pines is bordered by both the Atlantic Ocean and the Calibogue Sound, providing miles of unspoiled beachfront access.