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Book your Charleston vacation rental and experience coastal beauty infused with Southern charm!
When you plan a Charleston vacation, you pick your experience. Our guests can stay in downtown along the Ashley River or nearby in island destinations such as Folly Beach and the Isle of Palms.
Enjoy both history and modernity in one of our Charleston vacation rentals. From the area’s pristine beaches to PGA Tour golf courses, fine dining, and rich historical landmarks, families and singles alike can't get enough of Charleston. So much so, the city has consistently ranked as the No. 1 world-renown vacation spot by Travel + Leisure and Conde Nast Traveler.
Start your vacation outdoors and explore both the Atlantic Ocean and Cooper River. Families can relax on one of the area beaches or get in the water for boating, fishing, kayaking, parasailing, swimming and surfing. Charleston also houses nature preserves, gardens, parks and the South Carolina Aquarium, a family favorite.
When not enjoying the scenery, head to the dozens of attractions and festivals in Charleston that celebrate history and arts and culture. History buffs will find opportunities to learn more about both the Civil War and the Revolutionary War with access to historical sites, including churches, stunning plantation homes and the Fort Sumter National Monument. No trip will feel complete without taking one of the many guided ghost and walking tours to see more than 50 museums – including America's first theater, the Dock Street Theatre in the French Quarter – and art galleries that showcase the area's rich national heritage and local culture.
Our guests also have a blast shopping at the King Street Fashion District, which includes dozens of retailers selling everything from antiques and apparel to locally made treats. The city's food scene also ranks as one of the best in the U.S., and has more than 150 restaurants showcasing chef-inspired dishes as well as traditional favorites.
If you prefer to stay outside but in proximity to the city, iTrip Vacations also has vacation rentals located in Folly Beach and Isle of Palms, two barrier islands off the South Carolina coast. These destinations feature miles of beaches, family-friendly activities, award-winning restaurants and more.
Stay in a Folly Beach vacation rental, and have a blast on or off the water. Folly Island sits between the Folly River and Atlantic Ocean, providing the best of both freshwater and saltwater activities. Families enjoy relaxing on the beaches, biking, boating, fishing, dolphin-watching, kayaking and sailing.
The island houses two parks that offer public beach access and events: Folly River Park and Folly Beach County Park, both located in proximity to restaurants, shopping and play areas. Another must-see attraction is the Folly Beach Fishing Pier, where visitors can fish, watch wildlife and spend time together. Although locals refer to this spot as the Edge of America, Folly Island is only a 15-minute drive to Charleston.
Isle of Palms – located only 12 miles to Charleston – offers a friendly beach community complete with modern amenities to create a place to have fun and relax. The area has a thriving district packed full of shops and restaurants surrounded by miles of beaches and residences. Popular Isle of Palms activities include fishing charter adventures, sightseeing, watersports and golf at the Wild Dunes Island resort.
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Visit any of Low Country Coastal Rentals Hilton Head properties to experience some of the best South Carolina beaches and attractions. Known as one of the most family-friendly destinations in the world, as well as one of the top family beaches in the country, Hilton Head is the ideal vacation spot. Experience Hilton Head Island’s infinite opportunities and make your stay at our Hilton Head home rentals an unforgettable one.
Hilton Head Island may only be 12 miles by 5 miles wide, but you’ll find everything you need for a perfect island retreat. Get a little taste of everything with more than 250 Hilton Head restaurants, all near our Hilton Head condo rentals. Play on one of the 24 island golf courses that have been carved in the beautiful low country and along the ocean by golf’s most preeminent architects. Why not spend a day journeying through over 200 stores and outlets, looking for that unique Island souvenir?
You’re coming to Hilton Head Island, to relax and enjoy time away from the fast paced life at home. You will immediately notice the attention given to the environment and Hilton Head has proudly become the blueprint for other developments around the country. During your stay at our Hilton Head villa rentals, notice the absence of bright streetlights and flamboyantly-painted buildings and see the stars while walking the beach at night. Absorb the island’s appreciation for the environment while you travel down 50 miles of public bike and nature trails and truly enjoy one of the top 10 family beaches in the country.
For some culture and history, venture from your Hilton Head condo rentals and take a plantation tour or learn more about the civil war. Visit any of the great art galleries and museums offered at Hilton Head and gain some insight into the rich history and ancestry of the island. For music and entertainment, visit The Jazz corner for live music and great dining or attend a Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra matinees or evening shows.
All of our Hilton Head condo rentals guarantee luxury and relaxation, offering all the comforts of home. Choose from our many types of rentals from Hilton Head villa rentals to condos and homes. Perfect for families and couples alike, our Hilton Head home rentals accommodate groups of all sizes. Enjoy the scenic views of the water at our beachfront properties and relax and enjoy all the magnificent amenities offered.
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Vacation in Kiawah Island and Seabrook Island and experience luxury living in South Carolina! iTrip's Kiawah and Seabrook vacation rentals offer easy access to 10-plus miles of beaches as well as Charleston’s historic district, which is only 20 miles away.
While vacationing on Kiawah and Seabrook, our guests can try fun outdoors activities including swimming, body boarding, wildlife watching and relaxing with their favorite book. Other water recreation includes boat charters, fishing, kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding.
In addition to playing on the beach, visitors who book a Kiawah Island vacation rental are also near five area golf courses located in the award-winning Kiawah Island Golf Resort. This family-friendly spot provides vacationers with scenic greens, challenging holes, and opportunities for kayaking, nature tours and tennis. Among the courses is the Ocean Course, one of only four courses in the U.S. that has hosted every major PGA event in the country.
Located south of Kiawah Island, guests can also stay in one of our Seabrook Island vacation rentals. Seabrook Island, a private resort community, is known to many as one of the best-kept secrets on the East Coast, offering oceanfront living among forests, beaches and marches.
Even though the island prides itself of scenic beauty and seclusion, visitors enjoy playing on two championship golf courses, relaxing on more than 3 miles of beaches, horseback riding and admiring the views while sampling fresh seafood. Its laid-back vibe and preserved areas also provide the ideal spot for stand-up paddleboarding, boating at the Bohicket Marina and seeing Seabrook in a new way at the Equestrian Center.
Another great way to see the islands is peddling through the area. Venture from your vacation rental and enjoy 30-plus miles of bikes trails, perfect for sightseeing and exercise. As you make your way through the islands, admire many restored buildings and plantation houses dating from the 19th century.
When not enjoying ocean views and lush scenery, head to one of the area spas for pampering and rejuvenation. Kiawah Island houses three spas that offer massages, hair and skin specialties, and healing methods that ensure you feel and look your best.
The Charleston area has long ranked as a favorite among food lovers, and both Kiawah and Seabrook feature diverse restaurants and menus. Our guests will find breakfast spots, pub fare, fresh seafood, Lowcountry classics, Italian and sushi, all within a short walk or drive from their rental. One top spot for dining is nearby Freshfields Village, the town center that features a mix of shopping and services as well. The village also houses more than 30 retailers and hosts several events throughout the year.
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Book our Myrtle Beach vacation rentals, and visit beautiful beaches, shopping centers, golf courses, fishing spots, restaurants, theaters and nightlife hangouts. iTrip Vacations manages rentals in both north and south Myrtle Beach, including downtown, Garden City, North Beach Plantation, Murrell's Inlet and Seaside Beach.
Perfect for families and couples, our Myrtle Beach vacation rentals offer home-like amenities, beautiful décor, access to beaches and Atlantic Ocean views. Myrtle Beach is located on the Grand Strand, a 60-mile stretch of beaches. Once a popular hideout for pirates, today Myrtle Beach’s Grand Strand offers a variety of recreation and entertainment. Top outdoor activities include boating, canoeing, fishing, golf, paddleboarding and wildlife tours.
Golf is a favorite pastime in Myrtle Beach. In fact, the area houses 100 golf courses near many of our Myrtle Beach home rentals. Fishing is also a popular sport in the area. Inland waterways and shallow coastlines offer anglers lots of action, with guides available to show the way.
Ride the SkyWheel, a 200-foot high Ferris wheel, among the largest in the world. Many Myrtle Beach attractions are located at Broadway at the Beach, a hot spot for entertainment. This district features popular attractions, live shows, dozens of retailers and hosts family-friendly events. Popular options include WonderWorks, Ripley's, Legends in Concert and mini-golf. Our guests can also watch baseball, try escape room games, and roam specialty museums such as Hollywood Wax Museum.
The communities located south of our Myrtle Beach vacation rentals – Surfside Beach and Garden City – have their own attractions and things to do. Both destinations welcome families to play outside, splash at water parks, fish from piers and shop for souvenirs.
After a day of adventure, spend time shopping. Broadway at the Beach has several retailers, however don't miss The Market Common, Coastal Grand Mall, Barefoot Landing and two Tanger Outlet Malls. For boutique shopping, stroll Myrtle Beach Boardwalk. Browse for special gifts, beach gear, fashion, handmade items, art and sweet treats.
When vacationing in Myrtle Beach, there's no shortage of restaurants. The area's Atlantic coast location means lots of tasty seafood, however several places serve barbecue, pizza and international cuisine. The area also hosts a blue crab festival, BBQ fest, shrimp festival, and uncorked food and wine festival. All events aim to showcase rich flavors, celebrate local chefs and unite the community.
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Our North Myrtle Beach vacation rentals are located near pristine beaches, family-friendly attractions, lively entertainment and fun activities. We offer spacious rentals throughout the North Myrtle Beach area, including North Beach Plantation, Kingston Plantation, Barefoot Golf Resort and Mar Vista Grande.
North Myrtle Beach is located on the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway near Little River. This gives water lovers plenty of outdoor recreation options, such as boating, canoeing, fishing, kayaking, parasailing, surfing and ziplining. Join tour operators as they explore the ocean and rivers, or simply soak up the sun on miles of warm beaches.
To see some of the best, head to Cherry Grove Beach, Windy Hill Beach, Ocean Drive Beach and Crescent Beach. Additionally, Inlet Point Plantation houses one of the top horse-friendly beaches in the U.S., where guests take guided horseback tours. For more outdoor adventure, visit one of the parks complete with playgrounds and picnic areas. Visitors also enjoy casting a line at Cherry Grove Fishing Pier and finding thrills at O.D. Pavilion Amusement Park.
The area also hosts sporting events and outdoor shows. North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex welcomes baseball, softball, soccer and lacrosse tournaments. In proximity to the complex, find ziplines, a 25-acre lake, wake-boarding park, walking trails and dog park. During summer, attend free family concerts on Friday nights.
Golf also ranks as a must-do activity for those who love challenging courses. In fact, the Myrtle Beach area ranks among the best cities for golf in the U.S. In the Grand Strand area, play 100 different courses, with public and private options available. Golfers enjoy overcoming course obstacles while admiring live oaks, salt marshes and stunning water views. To practice short games, play through several mini-golf courses as well.
In addition to these activities, our guests explore family-friendly attractions. Myrtle Beach Safari allows families to interact with exotic animals at TIGERS Preservation Station. Or tour Alligator Adventure, a reptile haven with gators, birds, frogs, snakes and turtles. For a night out, see a show at Alabama Theater or listen to live music at House of Blues. All of these attractions are located at Barefoot Landing, a hot spot for entertainment, dining and shopping.
When it's time to fill up, find a diverse selection of restaurants with options for every taste and budget. Seafood is the most popular, however guests also enjoy Southern-style barbecue, hearty breakfasts, upscale waterfront restaurants, casual grills and international flavors. To meet people and sample the best local food, attend South Carolina Restaurant Week, Taste of Marshwalk, Mayfest on Main, Irish Italian International Festival and Uncorked Food and Wine.
Our North Myrtle Beach vacation rentals provide easy access to other attractions in Myrtle Beach. This award-winning destination houses fun-filled activities for all ages. For example, Broadway at the Beach serves as an outdoor dining, entertainment and shopping center. A few must-sees include Broadway Grand Prix, Hollywood Wax Museum, Legends in Concert, Ripley's Aquarium and WonderWorks.
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Our Myrtle Beach South vacation rentals offer access to some of the best South Carolina beaches. We manage vacation rentals in downtown Myrtle Beach, Garden City, Garden City Beach, Murrell's Inlet and Surfside Beach.
Once a hiding place for pirates, today South Myrtle Beach ranks among the top places to vacation, according to TripAdvisor, Travel Pulse and USA Today. The area's attractions, entertainment, dining, shopping and fun-loving vibes keep visitors coming back year after year.
After settling into your Myrtle Beach vacation rental, enjoy miles of golden sand and Atlantic Ocean views. Voted the No. 1 beach in the U.S., South Myrtle Beach provides the perfect place to catch waves, soak up the sun, build sandcastles or simply relax.
Visitors also enjoy spending time at Myrtle Beach State Park, Hunting Beach State Park, MarshWalk, the Pier at Garden City Beach and Surfside Beach Pier. For a combination of art, culture and nature, head to Brookgreen Gardens. This 9,000-acre park exhibits one of the largest collections of sculptures by American artists in the world.
Not far from our Myrtle Beach South vacation rentals are over 100 championship golf courses suited for advanced and beginners alike. Play as many as 36 championship holes, or treat the family to mini-golf. For more adventure, plan a fishing trip with local guide. Fishing is another popular pastime and provides access to the Intracoastal Waterway, Waccamaw River, Murrell's Inlet and Atlantic Ocean.
Our guests can also explore Garden City, Surfside Beach and Murrell's Inlet. Each area features family-friendly attractions, exciting activities, live entertainment and local restaurants. Splash at Wild Water and Wheels, ride bicycles at Waccamaw Neck Bikeway, kayak and canoe, try your luck at arcades and escape rooms, and see a show. It's easy to customize the adventure here.
For live entertainment, head to Broadway at the Beach, a hot spot for all ages. The complex welcomes everyone to play, eat and laugh. Attractions include a Grand Prix, Hollywood Wax Museum, Legends in Concert, Myrtle Beach Pelicans baseball, Ripley's Aquarium and WonderWorks. When not planning new experiences, make time to shop. Broadway at the Beach houses dozens of locally owned boutiques, big names in fashion and specialty stores.
After a day exploring, visit the many restaurants near your vacation home. Select from international favorites such as Asian, Italian and Mexican. Or sample fresh local catches. Seafood is the staple, of course. There is a large selection of seafood restaurants that range in atmosphere and price. Fun fact: Murrell’s Inlet is known as the seafood capital of South Carolina.
If all this isn't reason enough to vacation in Myrtle Beach, check out the area's festivals. These events celebrate art, culture, food and history. Must-sees include: Carolina Country Music Festival, Little River Shrimpfest, Mayfest on Main and Blue Crab Festival.
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Our Beaufort-Fripp Island vacation rentals are located near beautiful beaches and historical attractions in South Carolina. iTrip Vacations South Carolina Sea Islands manages vacation rentals in Beaufort, Dataw Island, Fripp Island, Harbor Island, Port Royal and St. Helena Island.
The Sea Islands area is rich in history and culture. Beaufort is the second oldest city in South Carolina, and was named the South’s Best Small Town by Southern Living readers. Its Southern charm and feel have even made it a favorite among Hollywood filmmakers, and the locale has been featured in Forest Gump, The Great Santini and Prince of Tides.
Our Beaufort-Fripp Island vacation rental guests love exploring the area's scenic beauty, pristine islands, spacious beaches and abundant wildlife. The islands provide an ideal spot where visitors can relax, play and observe nature. Fripp Island and Harbor Island offer resort-style accommodations and amenities. Meanwhile, St. Helena Island serves as the cultural hub of the Sea Islands.
For outdoor adventure, schedule a fishing charter, dolphin-watching cruise or local tour. All offer different ways to experience and observe Lowcountry living. Other fun activities include horse-drawn carriage rides through Beaufort’s Historic District, canoeing, kayaking, golf, biking and sightseeing. Guests also enjoy bike rides and leisurely walks along the Spanish Moss Trail, or stroll along the banks of Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park in Beaufort.
The Sea Islands are also rich with Gullah culture and historic sites. From Penn Center and Fort Freemont to the uncrowded beaches of Harbor, Fripp and Hunting Island State Park, there is plenty to do. Must-sees include, Hunting Island Lighthouse, Beaufort History Museum, historic churches, Parris Island Museum and Fort Fremont. Adults and children alike love learning at Port Royal Sound Foundation Maritime Center, which showcases the Port Royal Sound, ecology, and animals.
In between these fun activities, dine at one of the fine restaurants in the Beaufort-Fripp Island area. Seafood is the most popular option, as dozens of restaurants serve fresh catches with local flair. Hungry travelers can also sample homemade barbecue, local cuisine, as well as breakfast favorites like shrimp and grits. In addition, the Sea Islands area has nearly a dozen cafes featuring fresh roasts and goodies. Just don't forget to sample authentic Gullah cuisine and Frogmore Stew, a local Lowcountry favorite.
Need some retail therapy? Head downtown to Bay Street in Beaufort or Paris Avenue in Port Royal, which have dozens of boutiques and known brands. Search for souvenirs at Carolina Me Crazy, or dig for rare finds at NeverMore Books and Bay Street Treasures. While browsing, enjoy quaint galleries and shops at the village of Frogmore. Tanger Premium Outlets, offering over 100 brand-name stores, are located less than 30 minutes away in Hilton Head Island.
Our Beaufort-Fripp Island vacation rental guests also have access to a lively arts and culture scene. Downtown Beaufort has over 20 art galleries where guests shop for Lowcountry art. Or attend one of Beaufort-Fripp Island's events. Beaufort is a coastal community that hosts a number of festivals throughout the year including Beaufort Water Festival, Beaufort Shrimp Festival, Soft Shell Crab Festival, Fall Festival of Houses and Gardens, The Gullah Festival, Beaufort Film Festival, and the holiday Light Up the Night Boat Parade.
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