|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
The Cape View offers an amazing view of the Cape Romain Wildlife Refuge and it’s lighthouses as well as offering boaters quick access to the best fishing waters and cleanest beaches of South Carolina. The house has an inviting living room and dining room that over look the water as well as a screened porch that runs the entire length of the home with plenty of seating for everyone.
There are 3 bedrooms on the 1st floor that all include queen beds and the 2nd floor of the home has a landing area with a two single beds and a room at the end of the hall with two more single beds as well as a bathroom.
The house is located in McClellanville’s Historic District at the end of Pinckney Street and is conveniant to the downtown restaurants and shops and the boat landing right around the corner.
Keywords: house, waterfront, small town, mcclellanville, dock, cape romain
We had a great time at the Cape View property! The house was well equipped. We brought our boats and had plenty of room, and the boat ramp was walking distance. I will be visiting again in the future.....
The 5 bedrooms with 3 on the first floor were comfortable and well-equipped. The 10 and 11 year old boys loved being upstairs in 4 twin beds and the linking hallway. The house is well maintained, but casual, so family time was relaxed. We watched our younger family members fishing, playing corn hole and other outdoor games from the long screened in porch which looked out at the water.
Mealtime included a table large enough to seat us all.
The outside lift was a bonus for packing and avoiding the steps for the older ones.
The town with its history and local color added to our great time. And we took a trip to Charleston too. Walter's and Karen's coffee shop was our favorite hangout. We just had a wonderful relaxing week in South Carolina.
The Cape View house was a wonderful experience. The property was very comfortable and had on the touches that made you feel at home. The weather was beautiful and we enjoyed the watching the dolphins playing off the dock. Everyone in McClellanville was so friendly and the area was beautiful. We really enjoyed the shrimp festival. Thanks for a great stay and I will be back and recommend it to all of my friends.
McClellanville is rural escape bounded by over 250,000 acres of National Forest (Francis Marion) and 22 miles of protected coastline (Cape Romain Wildife Refuge) as well as many private land trusts.
Most of our visitors come to enjoy world class fishing (red fish, AKA spot tail bass, trout, flounder, tarpon, and more), kayaking, or boating in the refuge. The beach has no roads and can only be accessed by boat but is a wonder unto itself once there. The refuge is great for bird watching and shelling as well.
The forest presents plenty of outdoor opportunities as well including horse back riding, hiking, biking and hunting (deer and turkey in season). With a population of 500, the town is a quiet Southern coastal village that time seems to have forgotten. The roads are lined with ancient live oaks draped in spanish moss and the creek is lined with Shrimp boats bringing in the freshest harvest.
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My Standard Rate
7 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$500|
|Cleaning||$125 + Tax|
3 night minimum rental period. If your check-in date is 30 days or more in the future, there is a one-week (7 night) minimum rental period.
$500 security deposit also required - Check or Money Order Only