About the property
- Half Baths1
- Minimum Stay3 - 7 nights
House, 8 Bedrooms, 7 Baths, (Sleeps 26)
If you are looking for a place to get away from it all in style in picturesque South Carolina, you have hit the jackpot. This super-spacious tri-level North Myrtle Beach vacation rental is truly paradise found. Situated on stilts high above the oceans edge, this non-smoking villa is luxuriously furnished and spacious beyond compare. There is an ocean view balcony on every level; the views are superb, and the sunrises are breathtaking in the scenic Windy Hill section of North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
With eight bedrooms and 7 full and 2 half baths, this Grand Strand beach house can accommodate up to 26 people! A large, well-appointed kitchen has multiple dining tables and a breakfast bar. This is truly a perfect destination for family reunions.
Designed with all the advantages of a resort and all the privacy of a home, Seaclusion A amenities are every bit as impressive as you might expect. There are numerous televisions and DVD players, as well as wireless, high speed Internet access.
The game room is remarkable at Seaclusion A. It is huge and showcases a pool table, a foosball table, air hockey and shuffleboard. There is a washer and dryer provided.
Outdoors, right on the ocean but fenced for privacy, there is a swimming pool, hot tub and a kiddie pool (These facilities are shared between Seaclusion A and Seclusion B.) There is also an outdoor grill. Cook seafood. Grouper and shrimp are recommended.
When you arrive, the home will be clean and tidy. ALL BEDS WILL BE FRESHLY MADE... The eight bathrooms will have an ample supply of bath towels furnished thru our luxury package.
Rates include linens,towels for 26 and departure cleaning: If you would like further information about Seaclusion, or a more up-to-date availability listing, then feel free to contact us.
GOLFERS WELCOME.... Special prices for 16BR in off season..(Sept-May) ......Min. 3 night stay in off season.....Min. One week in the summer months....Saturday to Saturday...All rates are subject to Fees and taxes. Advertised rates include linens, towels for 26 and departure cleaning.
NO MOTORCYCLES OR TRAILERS ALLOW ON PROPERTY
MUST BE 25 YEARS OLD TO RENT
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- Calendar last updated:
- May 23, 2018
About Kirk Dodrill
I first fell in love with Myrtle Beach as a small child on a family vacation. Every since then the beach has been in my blood. I am a jeweler by trade but hope to one day retire to the beach and just maintain and rent my beach properties.
Why Kirk Dodrill chose Windy Hill
We bought our first beach house in the Outer Banks, NC in 2001 and expanded to Myrtle Beach in 2005 because the kids liked all the activities there. The shopping and eating establishments aren't bad either. We designed, built and decorated the Seaclusion in 2008 to be our dream home at the beach.
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Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
An expensive rental desperately in need of maintenance
This house is pretty run down and not the “luxurious” property being advertised.
The Game Room had four games but none worked. The pool table had a broken side so the ball did not bounce off one bumper; about 1/3 of the holes in the air hockey table were plugged so the puck stopped; no tubes on the bottom of the foosball table so the ball just dropped to the floor; no lubricant for the shuffleboard table so pucks did not slide.
The hot tub did not work. The first day the water was not hot. We contacted the agent and the next day the water was scalding. (Way too hot, and dangerous for the kids.) It took until the last day of our week-long vacation before the hot tub was usable.
Many of the major appliances in the house were broken. The soap dispenser on the dishwasher did not work so the dishes did not get clean. The ice maker in the main refrigerator/freezer did not work and dripped water. (We had to buy ice.) Many of the drawers in the main refrigerator were broken, and it was missing one of the shelves. The light bulb in the main refrigerator was burned out. The light bulb in the back refrigerator was just dangling down. The blender did not have a dial to turn it on. The range had a ventilation fan but it was not hooked up. It just blew the smoke into the cupboard.
The sliding door at the back of the house (the one we used to get to the beach) was broken. It was so hard to open the handle broke off. The agent sent someone out to fix it but after one day it became harder than before it had been fixed. We had to leave it open, so no air conditioning on the first floor.
The door to the bathtub/shower in the 3rd floor bedroom did not slide. We could not open it. The sliding glass door from this same bedroom onto the deck was very difficult to slide (like the one on the 1st floor). The sofa bed in the Game Room was unusable because the mattress was ripped and torn.
We contacted the agent multiple times during the week but nothing got fixed. You can make your own choice, but we did not think this house was worth the money they charge.
We have a wonderful home in one of the best locations that is very well maintained and consistently rented for thirty weeks every year. In this year alone, we added new living room furniture, three new A/C units, new televisions, porch furniture and flooring, as well as, a new refrigerator. Although, 99% of renters love our home and come back year after year, they rarely take the time to write a good review of their experience. It is more of a compliment to keep their business than to voice their opinion on the internet. Through my years of experience in the vacation rental business, I have witnessed several cases of some renters unjustifiably complaining with the sole purpose of seeing how much money the can get back. Just recently, I was approached by this renter demanding a $2,500 refund after they had stayed the entire week in my rental unit. I refused to refund them that amount for several reasons. From the time they arrived at my home, they complained about anything and everything they possibly could. The complaints included the hot tub being too cold in temperature, followed by it then being too hot after our maintenance crew adjusted it. This same group also complained about several light bulbs being burned out. It is incredibly hard to know exactly when a light bulb will burn out and since we aren’t in the rentals during the time that our paying guests are, we cannot prevent them from going out during a renter’s stay. However, we can rush to the house when notified by the renters and switch the bad light bulbs out for working ones. Perhaps the biggest complaint that we received from this group was that one of the seven (7) outside glass doors wasn’t working properly . I will admit, this door needs replaced. Not only does the door need replaced, but the entire frame needs to be replaced as well, which is considered a major repair. We only have a couple of hours on Saturday each week in between renters to fully prepare the house and unfortunately not enough time to address major repairs such as the sliding glass door. I’m know this complaining renter did not want a major repair in process during their vacation, as does any other vacationer. I can tell you that it is first on the list to be repaired on this upcoming offseason. To be honest, this is the first group of renters to complain about the sliding door and I am in no way downplaying their inconvenience.
There is literally something for everyone to do along the beautiful Grand Strand. World class golf is only minutes away. Take a horseback ride on the beach at Inlet Point Plantation. Book a deep sea fishing charter or dolphin cruise at a local marina. Take in the live theater options at one of the many long running shows in town. And of course, just relaxing on the beautiful white sandy beaches is always an option.