- 5 Bedrooms
- 7 Bathrooms
- Air Conditioning
- Beach Chairs
- Carbon Monoxide Detector
- Children Welcome
- Childs Highchair
- Clothes Dryer
- Coffee Maker
- Deadbolt Lock
- Dining Room
- Dishes & Utensils
- DVD Player
- Emergency Exit Route
- Exterior Lighting
- Fire Extinguisher
- Fire Station Contact
- First Aid Kit
- Hair Dryer
- Hospital Contact
- Ice Maker
- Iron & Board
- Linens Provided
- Living Room
- Non Smoking Only
- Pantry Items
- Paper Towels
- Pets Considered
- Police Contact
- Private Pool
- Smoke Detector
- Toilet Paper
- Towels Provided
- Video Library
- Washing Machine
- Water Sports Gear
- Wireless Internet
About this PropertyCharming Southern Beach Home with niceties for all age groups. Our family hopes you will find the home to meet all of your needs and we hope you have a outstanding stay on Isle of Palms, in Charleston, SC!
1st Floor: One bedroom with King bed. 2nd bedroom has 2 twin beds. These two rooms share a connected bathroom which is between the two rooms.
2nd Floor has a total of 3 bedrooms. The first is the Master bedroom has a King bed, porch access, and a generous bathroom with shower and separate hottub bath tub. The next bedroom has 2 double beds with a private bathroom. The last bedroom on this level has a Queen bed and private bathroom.
All bedrooms have windows and plenty of natural light, ceiling fans, inviting beds, and at least 300 thread count linens.
The main and second floor both feature huge front porches spanning the width of the home. The main floor porch has an outdoor couch, numerous enormous cushioned chairs, rocking chairs and tables. The second floor outdoor space is partially screened with a hammock, rocking chairs, and vistas of the marsh and inter-coastal. There is also rooftop widows with great vistas of the inter-coastal.
Both floors are designed around huge, open living areas. Excluding guestrooms the entire main floor is a very sizable kitchen and living room. The kitchen has new appliances, granite counter tops, a sizable dining table, and an island with seating. The second floor includes another sizable living room with wide leather couches (1 sleeper/couch.) Both living areas have plenty of windows, porch access, flat screen t.v.'s, seating and fireplaces.
Because our home is not on the beach we give a golf cart to make the brief trip to the water (2 mins.) as convenient as possible. We also have 2 kayaks, and miscellaneous beach chairs, games, umbrellas, etc. There is a gas grille near pool. Propane tanks are available at the Wild Dunes Marina one block away.
This home is agreeably furbished and charmingly designed to entertain huge groups of friends and family in an painless setting with plenty of privacy without sacrificing proximity to the beach, marina, and eateries and bars of front beach. Check out our google map for info on the home location and other important spots in the area.
- Search for the official tourism bureau where you want to travel. Most established tourism bureaus supply promotional tourism guides with deals for accommodations, restaurants and tours. These guides can provide an excellent start to your rental search.
- Willing to modify your travel dates? The off-peak shoulder seasons will offer phenomenal rates on daily rental properties.
- Active Duty and veterans of the U.S. Military may qualify for discounts. Be sure to check with property management company to see if your visiting gang is eligible for a discount.
- Some properties are particularly designed for particular types of guests. Event homes are perfect for weddings, wedding parties and corporate meetings. Some homes cater to wildlife enthusiasts. Other rentals are situated close to nightlife. You will definitely get the most value from a home which most thoroughly matches your ideal vacation setting, regardless if it costs a bit extra.
- Rental companies and individual rental owners typically offer their guests an option to buy trip insurance. Trip insurance, which generally costs somewhere between 1% - 5% of the base stay rate, offers travellers reimbursement of their travel expenses for any days missed a result of personal medical-related emergencies or hurricanes, and additionally ensuing extra hurricane evacuation costs or charges, like an unforeseen hotel stay or additional gas.
How to Book a Rental Home
First-timers are often surprised at the range and wide range of daily, weekly and monthly vacation rentals available in the Charleston area area. Rental homes are gaining in popularity among vacationers, and visitors will find that the sheer number of rental homes available allows them to find an suitable getaway to suit their Charleston area crew, from quiet condos to massive event homes with several bedrooms.
Vacation homes are usually owner operated or managed by rental management companies. Owners typically select management companies to manage promoting and advertising, cleaning and repairs and maintenance.
Seasoned Charleston area vacationers have figured out a few tips and tricks over the years when it comes to renting vacation homes, however most novices will be delighted to discover that several "techniques" are in plain sight, if you know how to look.
Finding and reserving the perfect vacation property:
Do you think " Charming Southern House w/ Views, Pool, & Golf Car" is the best rental home for your upcoming family vacation? Browse through this guide to ensure it fits all of your preferences.
The Sooner You Begin, The Better The Selection
Charleston area rental properties are reserved several months (and up to a year) in advance. Booking your rental home 6-12 months before your travel dates is highly recommended, when possible. Christmas, Thanksgiving and New Years are excellent times to plan and book your vacation rental..
Select your Town and Travel Week
Consensus can often be difficult between relatives, but as soon as this tricky part is complete everything will quickly slide in place.
Just How Much Rental home Do You Really Need?
How many family members are planning to share your trip? Be aware that most vacation rentals advertise maximum guest capacity, which usually includes sofa beds in the living area. You will need to figure out what is suitable for the company. Specific descriptions of bedrooms and beds are commonly available online. If not, speak to the property owner before you book.
Have a Budget
Will your chosen rental home suit your budget during that choice Summer week? If multiple groups or family members are sharing the cost, make sure each party knows their obligations and has agreed to a maximum they are prepared to pay. A single individual in your group needs to be responsible for collecting contributions and accepting responsibility for the complete rental price at time of booking.
Make a List of "Wishes" and "Needs"
What home features is the group looking for? Is a screened deck a necessity? Are you more enthusiastic about a natural landscape or night life? Are mattress sheets offered with the rental agreement, or do you need to provide your own? Build a list of priority amenities to help filter your search.
Accessibility and Special Things to consider
Optimal access can make or break a trip for the less-mobile. If wheel chair access, elevators, pool lifts or other specialized devices are needed, factor that into your search. Most property listings will include a list of amenities.
Are you or other members of the party traveling with a dog? Pets are welcome at many rentals, but guidelines can vary. Type of pet, size and dog breeds can be restricted. Study your agreement very carefully! Extra fees may apply when pets are added. If in doubt, ask the property owner and get it in writing.
Start your Search
. Together with Homeaway, VRBO and Tripadvisor, we advise searching Google for "Charleston area local rental homes" for local vacation rental management companies. In addition to having exceptional rental properties, local companies offer top-notch service..
Negotiate the Price
When you have located the rentalhome of your dreams, double check to make sure your travel dates are available.
While not true for all rental homes, many rental owners and property managers will make a deal on rates. If the price isn't negotiable, the number of nights might be. Your greatest possibility of a lower rate is changing to an off-season week.
Go Through The Contract
Read the complete agreement and be certain you fully understand who is responsible for:
- Electric bills
- WIFI Access
- Long Distance Calls
- Pool and hot tub heating
- Pay Per View Movies
- Cleaning services and housekeeping
- Trash Pickup (and which day?)
- Maintenance policies
- Check in & Check Out Key Exchange
- Parking requirements
Get a total that includes state taxes, pet and other additional fees.
Cancelling your Rental
Cancellation policies vary with each rental. Property management companies and home owners often offer their guests the option to purchase trip insurance. Trip insurance, which frequently costs somewhere between 1% - 5% of the standard rental price, can provide vacationers with reimbursement of their vacation costs (and subsequent rental costs) for any days missed as a consequence of personal health care emergencies or weather, in addition to hurricane evacuation costs, such as a unforeseen hotel stay or extra gas.
Reserve your Rental Property
As soon as you believe you've found "the one", start the booking process. Keep in mind that most rental contracts will require a substantial rental down payment and/or security deposit to cover the home owner.
Get Contact Info
Make sure to get the property manager's contact phone number and entry/exit procedures for your vacation property. We suggest saving the contact's details in your smartphone and wallet.
Congratulations! All that is left is making the most of your visit!
During your Stay
- Photograph at your arrival. Record the condition of the rental home right away. We also advise promptly calling the rental home manager with a report of any problems, along with your request for any needed repairs.
- Ask questions. If there is any ambiguity about vehicle parking, rules of the house, house access, pool operations, etc... we suggest you ask the property manager immediately. A phone call can save several hours of difficulties.
- Remember to respect your nearby neighbors. . Respecting late-night quiet hours and vehicle parking regulations can make a visit a good deal more pleasant.
- Ask a local. Natives are a terrific source of suggestions.
- Make sure to protect the rental owner (and your stuff!) by keeping the property secured while you are away, exactly like you would in your own home.
- Check to make sure you've packed all of your belongings. Sweep all the rooms in the home for forgotten items. Check bathrooms, the garage, kitchen cabinets, porches, the pool area, and anywhere else your personal property might "hide".
- Be sure to walk through the rental one last time and check for property damage. If it is possible, do this walk-out assessment with the property manager present. If the property manager is not available, make sure that you take photos of the property to record its condition.
- How was your vacation? Many rental websites ask for feedback after your stay . Rental owners and property managers will thank you for favorable reviews. If something went wrong, we suggest being pleasant but straightforward about your rental experience. Top property owners and managers will work very hard to fix the situation.
Does everybody want to return next year? Hopefully this guide steered you to a terrific vacation home. If the rental property wasn't ideal, and you'll better recognize how to refine your search for the next trip.
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