Just south of luxurious Kiawah Island sits Seabrook Island, a hidden gem on the South Carolina coast. This destination offers all the Southern charm you’d expect, plus a few surprises—for instance, it’s one of the only places on the entire East Coast where you can ride a horse on the beach. Ready for the coastal getaway you’ve been dreaming about? Your vacation planning at Seabrook Island starts here!
You’ll feel right at home in this minimal, airy space. The trees that surround the windows, combined with the lofted ceilings, give the home a distinctly treehouse feel. This cottage rental’s neighborhood feels secluded, but it sits just a few blocks from the beach.
This breezy home’s sunroom, deck, and private pool will have you vacationing on Cloud Nine. Retreat to this charming getaway for a break from the mundane, and you’ll have a comfortable home base to return to after you’re done horseback riding on the shore.
There’s nothing quite like a nap in a hammock on a warm Southern evening. Let this cottage’s screened porch take you there! While the home’s interior is lovely, we wouldn’t blame you if you found yourself spending all your time out on the porch.
If you’re looking for a Seabrook Island getaway with maximum beach accessibility, look no further. This elegant home is steps from the shore, so you and your family can spend the entire day soaking up the sun. The massive screened porch is the perfect place for the group to gather after a long, satisfying day.
This beautiful home is surrounded by live oak trees, blending woodsy and coastal vibes. With a gas grill, an open floor plan, and plenty of space to spread out, it’s an excellent choice for your next family getaway to Seabrook Island. Pro tip: your rental amenities include access to two outdoor pools and a beach area!
On the hunt for that perfect tennis getaway? Look no further than this cute cottage, which comes with full tennis club access. After a full afternoon on the courts, retreat to this home’s cheerful living room, or whip up dinner in the full kitchen.