Charming Oceanfront at Seascape
Catch the waves from the balcony or the beachfront at this two bedroom, two bath condominium anchored right along the Atlantic. Beautiful ocean vistas, well-appointed interiors, and convenient access to superior resort amenities are just a few of the perks of this charming Isle of Palms rental. A fully stocked kitchen with bar counter seating for four, and a dining table with chairs for six provide ample comfort and...
...space for your mealtime needs. Just beyond the kitchen and dining areas, the living room lends cozy furnishings and an adjoined outdoor balcony underlined by beautiful coastline. The master bedroom includes a king bed, a private outdoor deck with seating, and a private bath featuring a double vanity and upgraded tile. A second bedroom on the opposite side of the home offers a queen and a twin bed, as well as a connecting bath with a walk-in shower and hall access. A sofa bed in the living room rounds out the sleeping accommodations for up to seven guests. Unpack your bags where the horizon meets the deep blue sea, and savor your beach getaway in this attractive South Carolina vacation home.
Credit authorization required at check in for $90 per day due to ability to charge anything on the resort back to your room. This authorization will be reversed at check out for any funds not used during your stay. Most banks take 5-7 business days to actually credit your card back the funds if using a debit card.
Isle of Palms noise ordinance requires that "quiet time" is in effect Sunday through Thursday from 10pm-10am and Friday and Saturday from 11pm-10am and includes noise restrictions on stereos, televisions and any other noise. Alcoholic beverages are not permitted on the beach and public streets. Guests will not exceed the occupancy limits of the accommodation as outlined in the Isle of Palms Livability Laws. Beach fires and fireworks are prohibited due to fire hazards. Beach chairs, umbrellas and tents left unattended on the beach after sunset may be disposed of by the City. For safety, guests are asked to refill any beach holes they may dig.