Greenville, SC, USA

Greenville, SC, USA

We found 97 vacation rentals — enter your dates for availability

Search
Magnifiercirclex

Find the best place to stay — Greenville

Where to stay near Greenville, SC?

Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 97 vacation rentals near Greenville. From 56 houses to 0 , find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Greenville for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Take off for Greenville and watch friends go green with envy

Set in South Carolina's verdant Upcountry region and surrounded by the leafy forests of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Greenville is aptly named. Its friendly downtown is perfect for a day of shopping, eating, and sipping a craft beer while you watch the leaves change in autumn or the flowers bloom in spring. There are plenty of attractions for kids – zoos, playgrounds, and a waterfall right in downtown. Then again, there's a lot for grown-ups too – art galleries, museums and history tours. You'll be proud you thought to visit this fast-growing city with a cheerful, southern vibe.

Ready to sit back and chill? You can do it in Greenville

It's all happening on Main Street, a 10-block stretch of restaurants, pubs, and cute shops, all within steps of the Reedy River and enchanting Falls Park. Vacationers like to slow down when they get to Greenville. Ride your bike, picnic in the park, or plan a hike in one of the area's stunning state parks. Segway and walking tours are popular with visitors. You can learn about Greenville's checkered past, from the forfeiture of Cherokee land to Jim Crow-era lynchings, or take a break from reality with a light-hearted tour of the settings of Greenville's greatest ghost stories.

Roll with American artists and African giraffes

It's easy to plan a well-rounded day from the comfort of your Greenville vacation rental. For a bit of history, take a look at the Upcountry History Museum, whose exhibits explore South Carolina's 15 upcountry counties from the early 1700s to the present. To nurture your artistic soul, make your way to the Greenville County Museum of Art and its paintings by American and southern artists, including the world's largest public collection of watercolors by Andrew Wyeth. To charm the children, head to the Greenville Zoo, whose habitats host African lions, Masai giraffes and several primate species.

Greenville is a mild-mannered city for all seasons

You can book a Greenville vacation rental any time of year and count on good weather. The city is one of those rare spots that boast mild temps year-round even as it marks 4 distinct seasons. The only exceptions are the dog days of summer. Highs can hit the upper 80s and low 90s in July and August, and the humidity is real. Fall brings forest landscapes bursting with color and very little rain. Spring is sunny and warm, not hot. Winter lows rarely fall below freezing.

You'll fall for Falls Park and want to pat Caesar's Head

Greenville is tucked among the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, a beautifully lush region of green hillsides, craggy cliffs, and rivers. Reedy River runs through Greenville and is the centerpiece of Falls Park, a 90-acre feast for the senses with a pedestrian suspension bridge and a 60-ft high waterfall. Take a day trip from your Greenville vacation rental to one of the nearby state parks. Caesars Head State Park is named for its striking granite outcropping atop the Blue Ridge Escarpment. It provides breathtaking views and a place to spy hawks swooping overhead.