Vacation Rentals in South Carolina

South Carolina Beach Rentals and More

South Carolina Vacation Rentals

World-class coastal resorts, pristine beaches, and more than 330 golf courses designed by the world's best architects are all good reasons to book one of our South Carolina beach rentals. Whatever your interests, there is always something new to discover in South Carolina. And there are many ways to enjoy the state once you get here - from lake homes to beach condos to pet-friendly lodging. You can book everything from a South Carolina vacation rental with a private pool, to private beach access.

Beach Vacation Rentals

With 187 miles of coastline bordered by the Atlantic Ocean, South Carolina beach house rentals ares plentiful. The beaches here offer many sun-soaked activities, like canoeing, fishing, and boating. With all bays, inlets, and islands considered, the coastline measures 2,876 miles, which is the 11th longest among the 50 states. The northeast section of the coast has few islands, but south of Winyah Bay the coast is dotted with sea islands and bays.

The State Parks of South Carolina also feature great beaches. Preserved and protected, they are examples of South Carolina’s natural, cultural and recreational resources. These facilities provide a wide range of significant places for visitors to experience, like the 10,000-acre wilderness in the Upcountry, maritime forests along the coast, plantation homes, battlefields and champion fishing lakes, can be found at state parks.

Charleston, South Carolina remains one of the best-preserved cities in America's Old South. Boasting 73 pre-Revolutionary War buildings, 136 from the late 18th century, and more than 600 built before the 1840s Charleston is living history. With its cobblestone streets and horse-drawn carriages, Charleston is a "must visit" on a travelers itinerary. Jasmine and wisteria fragrances fill the air; the aroma of she-crab soup (a local favorite) wafts from sidewalk cafes; and antebellum architecture graces the historic cityscape. More often than not, South Carolina rentals in Charleston are just as beautiful as the surrounding archeitecture! 

Myrtle Beach, famed for its golf courses and seaside attractions, offers the Grand Strand, 60 miles of boating, fishing, surfing, kayaking, scuba diving, parasailing, and windsurfing. In addition to the bordering Atlantic Ocean, the Grand Strand is blessed with wonderful inland waters. These include the Intracoastal Waterway, which runs parallel to the coast from Little River to Socastee, where it merges with the Waccamaw River. Along the way, other rivers and tributaries feed into the waterway, and passage to the ocean is gained through Little River or Winyah Bay. These inlets and rivers provide additional kinds of recreation, including boating, fishing, and leisurely cruises. Cruise boats operate out of Little River, North Myrtle Beach, Myrtle Beach, Conway, Murrells Inlet, and Georgetown. Some of these leisure cruises provide sightseeing trips, and others offer dinner and dancing. Almost all provide enlightening narratives about the region's wildlife, scenic wonders, history, and legends.

Learn more about where to book a beach vacation - like Hilton Head, Kiawah Island, and Folly Beach - with Vacation Rentals.com's guide to the best South Carolina beach towns.

Golf Rentals

A South Carolina vacation offers enough golf courses to let you play a different set of links every day of the year. Myrtle Beach the hub of the Grand Strand, a 60 mile length of beaches stretching from Little river to Georgetown, boasts 100 championship golf courses. Five world-renowned golf courses set on 10 miles of undisturbed Atlantic beach including the site of the 2003 EMC World Cup, is Kiawah (pronounced KEE-a-wah) Island. 23 miles from Charleston, Seabrook Island offers stays in a luxurious vacation rental villas overlooking the Atlantic, at one of two championship golf courses. Grande Dunes Golf Course, Indigo Creek Golf Course, Charleston Municipal Golf Course, Crosswinds Golf Club, and the Parkland Golf Club are the top five sought after courses according to the South Carolina department of tourism. Lots of South Carolina vacation rentals are located near a golf course, so if a South Carolina golf vacation is what you're hoping for, you'll have no problem finding appropriate accommodations.

One of the greatest golf resorts in the U.S.A. They have more public golf courses per capita than any other place in the country, along with some of the best courses. Many of the most recognized golfers and course designers in the industry have placed their signatures on Myrtle Beach area golf courses, including Robert Trent Jones, Jack Nicklaus, Pete Dye, Arnold Palmer, Tom Fazio, Greg Norman, and Davis Love III. Stunning courses in breathtaking Lowcountry settings, where golfers can gaze at magnificent live oaks, sky-high pines, and fluttering palmettos. Where fertile wetlands provide sustenance for all sorts of wildlife. Where ocean breezes blow and waterways meander just a stone's throw away.

Lake Homes and Cabins, Too

It's not just the Atlantic Coast that you can enjoy in South Carolina. The state is also home to destinations like Lake Hartwell. South Carolina lake homes are a great alternative to busier beach towns if you're looking for more relaxation and privacy.

South Carolina also offers up cozy cabins, pet-friendly accommodations, and more. A bonus of booking South Carolina vacation homes or condos over hotels is that you have so much more to choose from. You canhoose your property type, requirements for amenities, and price range!

From the scenic golf courses to the beaches, private South Carolina lodging can give you stunning views of either -- so pick out your favorite soon! 

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