This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Kiawah Island reviews

  • Spotless, Spacious Perch Amidst the Trees

    "I was seeking a comfortable property near the beach with lots of recreational opportunities, and this one certainly met my get-away expectations. I was traveling alone; this spacious condo would nicely accommodate a family, with its open ambiance in the large living room that separates the two sleeping and bath areas. The sofa and love seat, accompanied by a huge coffee table are a great place to kick back and watch the large flat screen TV. The second bath has a door to the hall as well as the Twin BR. The king bed in the master has rather firm mattress, but pillows could use luxury revamp. Preferred 2nd bathroom to the master, as felt more spacious. Shower pressure great; 100% cotton comfy towels. Location of the villa is corner of Green Dolphin Way and Turtle Point Ln in very shaded building. Usually a light worshiper, I was soothed by the muted forest contrast from the brightness of the beach. Front bike racks to park your Kiawah bike rental, which can be ordered for direct delivery to your villa. Recommend rental for your entire stay! Be sure to include basket in your order for only $3 /stay. Arrived day after Hurricane Hermine affected area with gusty winds, and there was foliage down everywhere on the island. While the staff was cleaning as fast as practicable, it will take weeks to remove. Biking to beach access ramp trail #27 that borders the eastern side of The Sanctuary took 3-4 minutes, then 3 min to the bike racks, then 2 min walk across the wooden access ramps above the shrubbery and dunes. I don't see how it would be a 10 min. walk, particularly with small children and beach gear. As your marked parking pass is for villa space, there's not much of an alternative other than a driver dropping off others and taking bike back. You can also walk your bike onto beach itself, where at low and mid-tides, you can enjoy the most phenomenal experience of riding miles on a flat expanse of beach, even into the surf a bit :) Night Heron only Pool has 25m lap markings in 3 lanes, but go early, as families fill those areas 10-4. Water park for tots, except slides. Resort access HUGE + for this property. Kitchen well-equipped; no bug/gator/snake sightings were made; Nature Center is cool. Skip beach yoga; competes with AM maintenance. Sanctuary toy store & Fresh Fields Bookstore have great gifts. Go to Straw Market, Freshfields, or Harris Teeter for ice cream, as Sanctuary has obscene prices. Bobcats live far west end of island near river."
    Guest: DC WORLD TRAVELER Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 7, 2016
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  • The villa was perfect, just as described.

    "We had a great time staying in the villa for a second time. It was very clean and the resort was very accommodating with making reservations for us. The beach is so clean and a great spot to ride bikes. We look forward to making a third visit in the future to this small piece of paradise. Sincerely, Carla"
    Guest: riley Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: May 30, 2016
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  • Perfect for Two families

    "This cottage is a casual and comfortable "old world Kiawah" house located directly across from the walkway to the beach. Our group consisted of extended family (cousins) that included three teenagers, four middle aged adults, and one grandma. The layout of the house allowed us to put the kids at one end and all of the adults at the other end for peace and quiet. Everyone in the group fell in love with the private outdoor shower and that became the "real" shower of choice for many of us. The kitchen was well-equipped and supported preparation of nice dinners every night. The screened-in front porch had an ocean view and was a favorite spot for morning coffee. Given the home's proximity to the beach, it was easy to run back and forth for food, drinks or bathroom breaks. The walk to the beach (mostly decked) was do-able for an older person as well. The Atlantic in August shocked us with its 85 degree temperatures it was like being in the Caribbean. And with respect to the August heat and humidity, the home's air conditioning withstood the challenge of our big group. Ceiling fans in each room and on the screened front porch also helped to keep all of the spaces comfortable. All in all, we really enjoyed this house and would recommend it highly to those looking for a down to earth Kiawah experience."
    Guest: Sarah Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 17, 2016
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  • Excellent

    "Our stay was great! The location and amenities were just perfect. Will definatley stay again."
    Guest: Cindy D. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: October 2, 2016
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