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- 3 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- sleeps 8
Description from the owner
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Locals call it paradise. Pawley's Island is one of South Carolina’s best destinations thanks to its natural beauty and ideal location.. Our home is located on True Blue Golf Course a 5 minute drive to the beach, close to attractions, shops, bike trials, historical plantations, fine and casual dining, world class golf and more. This is the one you are looking for: 1st floor, clean and comfortable, granite countertops in kitchen, tile floors in bath...Read more
Now Booking Spring & Summer:Pools,Golf,WiFi,Beach
Pawleys Island, South Carolina
Additional Location Information
True Blue Plantation is a top rated golf course located in Pawley's Island South Carolina. Just 5 minutes from the beach, 20 miles from all the action and activities of Myrtle Beach, 70 mile to historic Charleston, Pawley's Island is one of the Atlantic Ocean’s best kept secrets. It is one of the oldest summer resorts on the east coast. Described by its natives as “arrogantly shabby,” Pawley's Island is known for its carefree, laid back, southern lifestyle. With its pristine beaches, top-rated golf courses, & the limitless activities the area offers, Pawley's Island is one of the most sought-after locations on the Grand Strand. Enjoy golfing, fine and casual dining, shopping, live shows, & much more, you will find countless activities to enjoy.There are least 10 first-rate courses within 5 miles of True Blue.
True Blue Resort
True Blue’s luxury 3 bedroom fully-furnished golf villas surrounded by the natural
setting of this magnificent 290-arce resort are sure to meet the needs of beach lovers and avid
golfers alike! Enjoy private screened patio overlook the rolling, lush fairways and
greens of this prestigious course. True Blue is truly a first-class resort. Located in the
exclusive atmosphere of Pawley’s Island and adjacent to yet another breathtaking course, the
Caledonia Golf & Fish Club, you can enjoy the bests of all worlds. Here you will find pristine
beaches and magnificent oaks, yet it is close enough to enjoy all the action and excitement that
Myrtle Beach has to offer.
One of America’s oldest resort areas, Pawley’s Island dates back to the 1700’s when it was
inhabited primarily by wealthy plantation owners. It remains one of the Southeast’s most popular
coastal destinations and has maintained its quaint charm. Fully restored plantation homes,
including Hopsewee and Hampton Plantation, dot the area’s marshlands and are open for public
viewing. Pawley’s Island is 30 minutes south of Myrtle Beach, SC.
A spacious, beautiful villa that sleeps up to 8 persons in three full bedrooms. The condo is completely furnished with two full baths, fully equipped kitchen with all major appliances as well as small kitchen appliances, dining area, living
room, and laundry with full size washer and dryer. There is cable-TV in every bedroom as well
as in the living room and 2 DVD players. All bed linens and bathroom towels are provided. A swimming pool
and Jacuzzi are located just a few feet from your front door. There is a charcoal grill just off the screened patio. There are 4 pools on the resort along with golf and tennis courts. An on-site resort restaurant is available as a dining option. This is a non-smoking unit, ash trays have been provided on the screened patio.
Check-in & Check-out:
Check-in anytime after 3:00pm. Check-out is 10:00am.
Pawley’s Island & Litchfield Beach
“Relax and kick back.” That feeling is the same today as it was when vacationers first set foot on
the beaches of Pawley’s Island and Litchfield Beach. The families of rice planters who owned
plantations on the nearby rivers first settled Pawley’s Island in the early 1700’s. They moved their
families from their rice plantations on the rivers to their beach homes in May of each year, where
they remained until the first frost in November. This leisurely existence has developed the charm
of Pawley’s Island.
Pawley’s Island continues to be known for its carefree, laid-back lifestyle. Here you’ll find the
white-sand beaches are ideal for walking and collecting seashells; the ocean and surrounding
creeks teem with fish and swimmers; gentle breezes abound for a day of sailing and rope
hammocks are a favorite for after-lunch naps. At the end of each day glorious sunsets will delight
the eye and nourish the soul. With a mixture of centuries-old beachfront cottages and modern
resort-style accommodations, Pawley’s Island offers the best of all possible worlds.
There are four pool/Jacuzzi areas located on the resort with one directly in front of the villa. In
addition, there is a tennis court at the rear of the resort and an on-site restaurant. The back of your
unit has a grill area and a view of the 17th hole on Mike Strantz Designed True Blue Golf
course www.fishclub.com/true-blue. Golf is a major activity with several local golf courses
within a few miles of the resort. Located close by the resort is another wonderful golf course
Caledonia Golf & Fish Club, True Blue’s sister course.
More award-winning courses to play than any one golf trip should have. As part of the Myrtle
Beach “Grand Strand” area, golf is a major activity with several local golf courses within a few
miles of the community. True Blue is part of the Waccamaw Golf Trail. In close proximity are:
The Heritage Club, Wachesaw Plantation East, Pawley’s Plantation, Willbrook Plantation,
Litchfield Country Club, Tradition, TPC of Myrtle Beach, Founders Club of Pawley’s Island,
River Club at Litchfield, Caledonia, and True Blue. You can book your golf at 1-888-293-7385
or on-line at http://search.guestdesk.com/reservations/waccamawgolftrail/golf.
There are wonderful beaches that stretch all along the grand strand in close proximity is Pawley’s
Island Beach, Huntington Beach & Wildlife State Park, Surfside Beach, Garden City Beach and
Litchfield. Pawley’s Island Beach is a10 minute drive, Litchfield 15 minutes, Huntington Beach
State Park 20 minutes, Surfside 25 minutes, Garden City 28 minutes, and Myrtle Beach South 30
minutes. The driving times do not account for traffic along Ocean highway.
Fishing & Boating - With five freshwater rivers, the Intracoastal Waterway, swamps, saltwater
creeks, bays, inlets and miles of coastline along the Atlantic Ocean, Georgetown County offers an
endless adventure for boaters and fishermen. The black-water rivers in Georgetown County are
amazingly beautiful and bountiful. Winding through miles of cypress swamp, these waters shelter
bass, bream, warmouth and catfish year-round. Boaters also run up these rivers. They come to
view the native species of birds and other wildlife, and to picnic on the dandy shores that breach
the curtain of cypress and marsh on the water’s edge. Murrells Inlet provides boat, kayak, jet
skies, and WaveRunner rentals. You can also fly high parasailing.
Biking- the Neck is a paved cycling and walking trail that meanders through woods, residential
areas and over bridges from Murrells Inlet to Pawley’s Island. It encompasses 12 scenic miles.
Beach roads are also very bicycle-friendly and are great for walking and inline skating as well.
Hunting - Gun enthusiasts can head out to the county’s back country, where they’ll find several
quail-hunting and sporting-clay facilities. During the hunting season, wild turkey, boar, and deer
flock to the county’s many wetlands and forests, along Winyah Bay and the Santee Delta. And
don’t miss the Winyah Bay Heritage Festival, a celebration of waterfowl decoys and other
hunting and fishing collectibles that have been a part of the region’s way of life for more than 300
Huntington Beach State Park- This 2,500-acre park is considered one of the finest bird-watching
domains on the east coast. Among the waterfowl are the great blue heron, snowy egret,
oystercatcher, and eastern brown pelican. Hikers can venture through a nature trail that extends
into the forest and winds along boardwalks in the marsh, where visitors can view alligators from
observation decks. Huntington Beach State Park is a remarkable place of varied habitats for your
camping experience. A freshwater lagoon is home to marsh hens and alligators, and a salt marsh
is a nursery to abundant plants and animals. Surf fishing or fishing from a park jetty is also
Museum & Tours:
Historic Tours – Georgetown County’s rich history truly comes alive when you take part in one
of the many historic tours. You can take a walking tour through the downtown area or, if you
don’t want to hoof it, you can take a historic downtown trolley tour. Stop by the Georgetown
County Visitor Center, located at 531 Front Street. The Visitor Center has brochures and
pamphlets on all of the historic attractions.
Museums- There are several museums in the area. To include the Rice Museum which is
Georgetown’s museum of art and history, with exhibits devoted to depicting the area’s rice
culture. In the heart of the historical district is the Georgetown County Museum, preserving and
displaying more than 300 years of the county’s history. Also, the Kaminski House Museum
contains an outstanding collection of American and English antiques from the 18th and 19th
Brookgreen Gardens- Created in 1932 by Archer and Anna Hyatt Huntington, this is the
country’s first public sculpture garden and has the largest collection of figurative sculpture by
America artists in an outdoor setting in the world. With more than 1,200 works spread over 50
acres, this retrospective spanning the entire period of American sculpture from the early 1800s to
the present should not be missed. Here you will find the Lowcountry Zoo where you can see
native animals in their natural habitats. There is also the only known aviary built over an existing
Boutiques and specialty shops are abundant in the area and carry a wide assortment of gifts and
accessories. Take a stroll down Georgetown’s historic Front Street and riverfront Harborwalk
with antique shops, art galleries, gift shops, bookstores, bakeries, and boutiques available to you.
Pawley’s Island also has many quaint stores and shops where you can find everything from
curios, art, souvenirs and artisan crafts. Don’t forget to stop by the original Pawley’s Island Rope
Hammock Company to see the remarkable cotton hammocks for sell and the Gullah Basketry. If
you need more shopping, checkout the Tanger Outlets in Myrtle Beach.
Other attractions: Murrells Inlet Seafood Capital of South Carolina. Murrells Inlet known for its
wonderful restaurants and night life. Major entertainment in Myrtle Beach, SC to include live
shows, dining, water parks, and amusement parks within 30 minutes north on Hwy 17 bypass,
Hwy 501, or Hwy 17 business. There is no reason to be bored in this neck of the woods!
Location Type Beach, Ocean, Town
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- Tax rate | 10% of rent
- Damage deposit | $250
- Cleaning fee | $90 per stay
Additional notes from owner
Tax is required by South Carolina law for stays of less than 30 days.
Contact owner for monthly and long term rates
Due to our size and limited occupancy, we can not welcome everyone. Our occupancy is limited to 8 guests. We do not host events or other stays; we do not provide a venue for parties, ceremonies, workshops, social gatherings or business meetings. Holiday gatherings are only allowed with prior approval of number of guests in writing by owner. Thank you for your kind understanding.
- Wireless Internet
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- High Speed Internet
- Internet Access
- Patio [?]
- Pet friendly - No
- Smoking allowed - No
- Suitable for children - Yes
- Suitable for the elderly - Yes
- Wheelchair accessible - Ask
- 1400 square feet
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