Our cozy, comfortable, relaxing and quaint 2 bedroom cottage (duplex) is located amongst old towering oaks with hanging Spanish moss and view of the boats cruising down the intercoastal waterway.
The cottage is fully furnished with refrigerator/freezer, stove, microwave, dishwasher, coffee maker with starter coffee and cream, all glasses, dishes, utensils, etc. Washer and dryer, TV with cable, Wireless internet, DVD player, CD player, working fireplace, starter soap and shampoo.The kitchen is well appointed with everything you would need. You won't need to bring anything except yourself prepared to enjoy the beauty and serenity that our cottage offers.
Feel at home and pampered as the house is stocked with those things that 5* resorts provide. The setting is very southern with great oaks all around and dragonflies.
Do you want something away from the crowds of Myrtle Beach yet convenient to everything. The beach, fishing, the stores and all attractions are right at hand.
Closest beach is at the Huntington Beach State Park which is an easy 3 miles from the cottage. Huntington Beach State Park has some of the best, cleanest and least crowded beaches on the entire Grand Strand.
Murrells Inlet Restaurant row is 1 mile from the cottage. Murrells Inlet is known as the Restaurant capital of the Grand Strand. Be sure to visit the Marsh Walk especially at night with the white twinkling lights that light up the pier.
Keywords: Low Country Cottage among towering old oaks with hanging moss. Big, cozy, comfortable, relaxing and peaceful.
Golf privileges are extended to anyone renting our cottage. Wachesaw Plantation is a private golf community. Wachesaw's golf course is a world-class Tom Fazio golf course. Our cottage rental guests carry a temporary membership card that provides access to the Club. The golf course at Wachesaw Plantation Club ranks among Tom Fazio’s finest achievements. At every turn, the Lowcountry landscape takes center stage. Undulating greens, grassy bunkers and love-grass knolls establish a character Fazio himself dubbed “the Wachesaw look.” The eighteenth hole—high atop a bluff overlooking the slow-moving waters of the Waccamaw—is frequently recognized as one of the most dramatic holes on the entire East Coast.