- As low as $800/Night
- 3 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- Sleeps 6
- Air conditioning
- Barbecue grill
- Bathtub or shower
- Bed sheets provided
- Coffee/tea maker
- Computer monitor
- Desk chair
- Hair dryer
- Iron/ironing board
- No pets allowed
- Smart TV
- Smoke-free property
- Spa tub
- Toilet paper
- Towels provided
- Washing machine and dryer
- WiFi available
About this Property
- Sleeps 6
- 3 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- Private vacation home
Alluring 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home on Daniel Island mins. from the Daniel Island Marina, Water Taxi to Downtown Charleston, an array of spectacular eateries, miles of handsome trails and parks. This home is designed to entertain with numerous outdoor porches, outdoor kitchen and firepit(s). Guests will savor the salt water pool and gorgeous outdoor setting inlcuding multiple 55 inch tv's.
About the Area
This vacation home is located in Charleston. Pine Haven Plaza Shopping Center and Charleston Tanger Outlets are worth checking out if shopping is on the agenda, while those wishing to experience the area's natural beauty can explore Fort Sumter and Fort Moultrie National Historical Park and Riverfront Park. Looking to enjoy an event or a game while in town? See what's happening at Credit One Stadium or North Charleston Coliseum and Performing Arts Center.
Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on property policy
- Pets not allowed
How to get the best rental experience:
Getting the best rental home value:
- Summertime is high season in Charleston. To find the best value, consider shifting your vacation dates to the Spring or Fall months. May, September, and October offer warm temperatures, , and greatly reduced traffic. Many vacationers use this method to reserve larger homes, or to reserve an oceanfront rental that would otherwise be unavailable during the Summer months.
- Reserve your vacation home as early as possible. Rental schedules generally become available 12 months in advance (or in September just after Summertime ends). Many families book their Summer rental homes during Christmas and Thanksgiving get-togethers. Book before these holidays for best selection.
- Some property managers offer special rates for veterans. Remember to ask your property manager if special offers are available for your family.
- Property management companies usually offer guests an option to obtain vacation insurance. Trip insurance, which generally costs between 1% - 5% of the booking price, offers visitors reimbursement of costs for missed trip time as a result of personal medical-related issues or weather disasters, as well as ensuing additional hurricane evacuation costs, such as an unanticipated hotel stay or additional gas expenses. Trip insurance can be a a welcome relief if the unforeseen occurs. Ask your property manager for additional information.
- Look for your local Charleston area visitors guide magazine when you arrive at the rental property. If your rental doesn't have one, you can find them at local shops and visitor centers. In addition to great local articles, visitor guide magazines have discounts for nearby accommodations and attractions.
Finding the perfect vacation rental:
- Begin by selecting trip dates and a budget.
- Note the number beds and what type of bedroom configuration your group requires. Beautiful Coastal Home on Daniel Island with Pool has 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.
- Specific descriptions of bedrooms and bed sizes & counts is usually accessible on booking pages. If they are not listed, email or call the host before booking your home. Note that most property listings specify maximum guest capacity, which usually includes sofa beds and bunks.
- Are you visiting for a specific attraction? Try a map search to locate nearby rentals.
- Proper accessibility amenities can make or break a vacation for guests with disabilities. Remember to confirm all necessary amenities are included before booking
- Do your family pets travel with you? Although a number of vacation homes allow pets or animals, guidelines and costs vary per property. Type of pet, size and breeds may be limited. Ask your host before booking, and study your agreement thoroughly! Additional pet fees or costs may be applied to your agreement.
During your stay:
- Be sure you get the property manager's phone number and entry/exit procedures for your . Put the manager's information in your smartphone.
- To ensure that damages aren't linked to your family's stay, inspect the property for any problem areas during arrival. message the rental manager right away to report your findings. If there is a dispute about legal responsibility later, having a record of issues and contact attempts will be valuable.
- Ask questions. You may want instructions for a fireplace, intercom or washer/dryer. Contact your host. They are there to help! A brief text message can prevent a lot of concerns.
- Respect the neighborhood. Often times, adjacent homes are occupied by local residents. Respecting quiet hours and parking rules can make a stay significantly more pleasurable.
- Don't forget to... Ask a local resident! Residents can often help you find exactly what you're looking for. Who better to ask where to get the best seafood, have a great night on the town, or the best spots for BBQ?
- Ensure you protect the rental owner (and your stuff!) by locking and securing the home when you are gone, just like you would back home.
- Double-check the property to confirm that you've packed all personal items on check-out day. Check bathrooms, garages, and back yards for hidden items. Remove everything from the refrigerator and take any leftovers home.
- Inspect the rental one final time and keep an eye out for any damage. We suggest inspecting the property with the property manager whenever possible. If the host isn't available, remember to take video and pictures of the rental to record its condition.
- Did your group have a great time? Many rental management companies make it easy for guests to provide comments. If your rental and/or host was great, they would love to hear about it. If anything was defective and they failed to correct it in a reasonable manner, or if the vacation rental wasn't as described, you'll want to make it a point as part of your comments.