Stoney Creek 299 is a two bedroom villa located just a short walk from Harbour Town in Sea Pines.
• Courtyard View Condo – Sea Pines
• 2 Bedroom, 2.5 Bathrooms, Sleeps 6
• Square Feet: 1614
• 3 Flat Screen Televisions
• Complex Swimming Pool (not heated)
• 1st Floor Bedding: Sleeper Sofa
• 2nd Floor Bedding: Queen, Two Twins
• No Grill
• Wireless Internet
• Not a Dog Friendly Property
The living room has a flat screen TV and access to a private patio. The kitchen is fully equipped, while the dining room offers seating for six. This condo also offers a private washer/dryer and wireless internet.
The master bedroom offers one queen bed (second floor) and a private bathroom. The guest bedroom has two twin beds (second floor) and a private bathroom. Both bedrooms have flat screen televisions. There is also a queen sleeper sofa in the living room for extra sleeping options.
Stoney Creek is located a short walk from the dining, shopping and activities of Harbour Town in Sea Pines. This complex offers guests a large, complex swimming pool.
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 not accessible for our guests to park in the lot during Easter or RBC Weeks and Memorial Day through Labor Day; you may still access the Club by bicycle or Trolley. An alternative 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.