Our Inlet Cove cottage in West Beach is a peaceful spot, an 8-10 minute walk to the 10 miles of golden sand beaches of Kiawah. If you haven't been to Kiawah, you haven't been to the beach! It is truly a paradise of maritime forest, 30 miles of bicycle paths, unsurpassed river, ocean, and marsh views, and a beach that can be enjoyed at any phase of the tide. We fell in love with Kiawah, and we know you will, too!
If tennis and golf are your passions, you couldn't find a better place to enjoy each. Kiawah's 5 golf courses were designed by Pete Dye, Tom Fazio, Clyde Johnston, Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player. The famous Ocean Course was Host Site for the 1991 Ryder Cup Matches, the 2007 Senior PGA Championship, and the 2012 PGA Championship.
Tennis Resorts online has rated Kiawah #1 in the 2012 list of Best U.S. Tennis Resorts. Both clay and hard courts are available, along with fully stocked pro shops.
Our cottage is fully equipped with everything you will need for an unforgettable stay. A new (Fall 2013) 50 in. Samsung TV in the living room is accompanied by a smart dvd player to access Netflix, Pandora, and Hulu, along with a bluetooth capable speaker bar. New appliances have been added in the kitchen (Fall 2013). Cable wireless internet service is available, too. You can watch the ebb and flow of the tidal creek in the backyard from the screened-in porch or deck, or sit in the double glider at the edge of the house. Inlet Cove boasts a 25 meter swimming pool and fishing/boat dock enjoyed by our guests at no extra charge. Come and see why Kiawah is our new second home!
Me at my favorite place in the world!
It's the most beautiful place I've ever seen.
Private walks on the beach, long, beautiful bike rides, exquisite sunrises and sunsets, kayaking.
Kiawah Island is located a half-hour south of the charms of historic Charleston, SC, home to the Spoleto Arts Festival every year in late Spring. If you can tear yourself away from the Island, a myriad of attractions awaits within an easy drive.
Other Activities: kayaking, canoeing
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