About Beth Crunelle
Beth is the property manager of this condo and is happy to offer this 2br/2ba pet-friendly condo to offer since there are so few of them available. The owner lives in the Charleston area and is delighted to have you enjoy this condo for your family-or-friends getaway.
Beth Crunelle purchased this Condo in 2000
Why Beth Crunelle chose Isle of Palms
Our guests are the most important part of our business. Our goal is to provide clean, comfortable accommodations while providing all our guests might need for a memorable stay at the beach. From this location you will be so close to everything you may not need to use the car after you park it. The beach, county park, restaurants, nightlife, spas, rental shops, and even the grocery store are all within comfortable walking distances.
What makes this Condo unique
Each property in the complex is individually owned and has it's own individual personality and flare. From this location you will be so close to everything you may not need to use the car after you park it. The beach, county park, restaurants, nightlife, spas, rental shops, and even the grocery store are all within comfortable walking distances.
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Be thoughtful of smoke and disposal of butts .
Fees are $20/night per 40#.
Minimum age of primary renter:25
Max guests:6 (sleeps up to 6 adults)
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Casey's Family Stay
The condo was exactly as advertised. We had a great time there. The only drawback was the amount of mosquitoes, and that was NOT your problem. We had just as many in Minnesota.
Thank you for giving this spot 5 stars! It is a great spot for family fun. And yes - mosquitoes can be plentiful after it rains, especially as the sun goes down. Other creepy crawlers like ants and palmetto bugs also like to come out of their hiding places as they look for higher ground. We control what we can but unfortunately these things are a part of island living. There is a great camping item called a Thermocel that might help keep mosquitoes away so you can enjoy that fabulous front deck. Next time! Hope we see you again.
Location location location
Beth is a gem and the location is perfect.
It was a great place. Location to the beach was great.
Enjoyed our stay at Ocean Inn.
Only complaint would be the pool area. There really should be an umbrella or two to provide shade. Very hot in afternoon and nowhere to escape the sun. Beth was great and very accommodating to fix a couple of missing things in our condo. We will definitely go back again
Great place and very convenient to the ocean. A little tight for 4 adults but very clean.
Great little place and Beth was wonderful to work with. Thanks for a fun time!
The Ocean Inn is "close enough but far enough away": Close enough to enjoy all the beach has to offer yet far enough away to enjoy quiet evenings outside your condo.
It's a 400' (1.5 blocks) walk from our driveway to the sidewalk on Ocean Blvd. We describe the immediate area as a triangle: if we are at one point, Ocean Blvd is at the second point, and The Windjammer is the third point. Walk along JC Long Blvd by The Windjammer and pass The Dinghey, Seabiscuit Cafe, and ACME Grill. Before you know it you'll be back at The Ocean Inn. To walk that distance (6-8 blocks?) at a normal pace will take about 10 minutes.
Night life isn't crazy here - but if there is a band at The Windjammer or live music playing on the deck at Coconut Joe's, it can get a little crowded and noisy on the beachfront. Just walk on back to your condo where it will be nice and quiet but you will still be able to hear the waves hit the beach. The IOP police and fire station are close by so you might hear a siren or two.