Living room: comfortable seating –TV/DVD-Patio access
Dining room: large dining table seats 6 with additional seating at the breakfast bar
Kitchen: updated full sized appliances-pots,-pans,-utensils- small appliances-fully equipped with everything you need to prepare your meals
Master suite: Private bath-patio access-king bed-pillow top mattress-TV-large dresser-walk in closet
2nd bedroom: 1 full bed- 1 twin bed-pillow top mattresses-TV/DVD- dresser-closet
3rd bedroom: 1 full bed-1 twin bed-pillow top mattresses-TV-dresser-closet
Baths-2 full baths
Laundry-full sized washer and dryer
Screened patio-comfortable seating- ceiling fans- golf course view-a charcoal BBQ grill is located just out back off the patio. This is a non-smoking unit-ashtrays have been supplied on the screened patio.
Also Included: bed linens-bathroom towels-Wi-Fi-cable TV-local phone service-starter bathroom basics-A/C-ceiling fans in all the rooms.
Located in beautiful Pawley’s Island and adjacent to yet another top rated course, Caledonia Golf & Fish Club, enjoy the bests of all worlds. You will find pristine beaches and a laid back attitude, yet it is close enough to enjoy all the action and excitement that Myrtle Beach has to offer. One of America’s oldest resort areas, Pawley’s Island dates back to the 1700’s when it was inhabited primarily by wealthy plantation owners. It remains one of the Southeast’s most popular coastal destinations and has maintained its quaint charm. Fully restored plantation homes, including Hops wee and Hampton Plantation, dot the area’s marshlands. Pawley’s Island’s beautiful, pristine, & uncrowded beach is a peaceful & tranquil environment that is perfect for relaxing in the sun, enjoying a picnic lunch, or taking a walk along the surf. Beach-lovers will fall in love with Pawley’s Island’s beach & all of the activities it offers. Pawley’s Island is renowned for its surf. Go jet skiing or surfing, or enjoy a variety of other water sports, try tubing along the inlet, boating, fishing, shelling, crabbing, or shrimping. With its carefree & laid back atmosphere, Pawley’s Island is the perfect spot to vacation at any time of year. No matter what season it is, vacationers from any location will appreciate Pawley’s Island's relaxed southern lifestyle & warm ocean temperatures. It is a great winter escape for snowbirds. It is the perfect place to vacation during the spring & fall. Vacationers of all ages will find countless summertime activities to enjoy. For golfers, all year long is the perfect season. Pawley’s Island is 30 minutes south of Myrtle Beach, SC.
Pawley's Island Beach about 5 minute drive
Huntington Beach State Park is a 15 minute drive
Garden City Beach 20 minute drive
Surfside Beach 20 minute drive
Myrtle Beach State Park 30 minute drive
Brook Green Gardens
Quail and sport-clay hunting in the back country
Biking on the Neck Trail
Tennis and Golf
Swimming in one of our pools or at the beach
Boating & Fishing both Freshwater and Saltwater
Other Water Sports (boat, Jet Ski and watersport rentals nearby)
Sight-Seeing & Historic Tours in Georgetown and Charleston
Shopping Gift Shops and Tangier Outlets in Myrtle Beach
Broadway at the Beach
Murrells Inlet Marsh Walk
Shows, activities and amusements
In the “Grand Strand” area, golf is a major activity with many golf courses within a few miles of our community. True Blue is part of the Waccamaw Golf Trail. In close proximity are:
The Heritage Club, Wachesaw Plantation East, Pawley’s Plantation, Willbrook Plantation,
Litchfield Country Club, Tradition, TPC of Myrtle Beach, Founders Club of Pawley’s Island,
River Club at Litchfield, Caledonia, and True Blue. You can book your golf at 1-888-293-7385
or on-line at http://search.guestdesk.com/reservations/waccamawgolftrail/golf
The beach is peaceful and pristine, and renowned for its surf. Fishing is available both in the surf and from our two marsh bridges. On the island are three fine launch boat ramps. Pawley’s is a family beach where you can enjoy crabbing off a crab dock, shelling, biking and canoeing or kayaking. The ambiance is laid back. During high tide explore the salt marsh with your own kayak or rent one. Swimming, fishing and sunning are just a few of the activities that await you
Fishing & Boating :
With five freshwater rivers, the Intracoastal Waterway, swamps, saltwater creeks, bays, inlets and miles of coastline along the Atlantic Ocean, Georgetown County offers an endless adventure for boaters and fishermen. The black-water rivers in Georgetown County are beautiful and bountiful. Winding through miles of cypress swamp, these waters shelter bass, bream, warmouth and catfish year-round. Boaters also run up these rivers. They come to view the native species of birds and other wildlife, and to picnic on the dandy shores that breach the curtain of cypress and marsh on the water’s edge. Murrells Inlet provides boat, kayak, jet skies, and Wave Runner rentals or parasailing.
The Neck is a paved cycling and walking trail through woods, residential
areas and over bridges from Murrells Inlet to Pawley’s Island. It encompasses 12 scenic miles. Beach roads are also very bicycle-friendly and are great for walking and inline skating as well.
Gun enthusiasts can head out to the county’s back country, where they’ll find several
Quail-hunting and sporting-clay facilities.
Huntington Beach State Park-
This 2,500-acre park is considered one of the finest bird-watching domains on the east coast. Among the waterfowl are the great blue heron, snowy egret, oystercatcher and eastern brown pelican. Hikers can venture through a nature trail that extends into the forest and winds along boardwalks in the marsh, where visitors can view alligators from
Museum & Tours:
Georgetown County’s rich history truly comes alive when you take part in oneof the many historic tours.
There are several museums in the area Including the Rice Museum and the Kaminski House Museum
This is the country’s first public sculpture garden and has the largest collection of figurative sculpture garden, you will find the Lowcountry Zoo where you can see native animals in their natural habitats. There is also the only known aviary built over an existing cypress swamp.
Pawley’s Island has many quaint stores and shops where you can find everything from art, souvenirs and artisan crafts. Don’t forget to stop by the original Pawley’s Island Rope Hammock Company .Ifyou need more shopping, checkout the Tangier Outlets in Myrtle Beach.
Murrells Inlet Seafood Capital of South Carolina. Murrells Inlet known for its wonderful restaurants and night life. Major entertainment in Myrtle Beach, SC to include live
shows, dining, water parks, and amusement parks within 30 minutes north.