oceanfront resorts in Myrtle Beach
Planning an Autumn vacation when the beaches aren’t so crowded and the weather isn’t sweltering hot? Yeah, we understand that. There are summer people that love the heat and the crowded festivities and then there are non-summer people that love the other times of the year. The temperature is more tolerable now and the water is still warm enough for swimming so it’s a gorgeous time of year to visit the area.
When you’re looking for oceanfront resorts in Myrtle Beach come visit us at Sandy Beach Oceanfront Resort. With our newest addition we’ve added 150 new rooms to the number of comfortable accommodations we have to offer. Now our oceanfront resorts in Myrtle Beach consist of two buildings that boast oceanfront rooms, Jacuzzi tubs, and a wide variety of room one, two, and three bedroom condos. You’ll also enjoy a kitchen, living and dining area, and up to 3 full baths.
While you’re here check out the Wearable Art Luncheon for Pawleys Island Festival of Music & Art will be held Thursday, September 19 from 11 a.m-1:30 p.m. at the Tommy Bahama Restaurant, Market Common. Ticket price is $30. The Wearable Art Luncheon is all about fashion, food, fun, and shopping! A strolling fashion show will feature the hot new trends as well as wearable art and jewelry from local artists. You can shop for unique art, jewelry, hats, scarves and fabulous gifts in the silent auction. This event is a fundraiser for the Pawleys Island Festival of Music & Art. Fifty percent of the net proceeds help fund the Kathryn Metts Bryan Visual Arts Scholarship.
"I have been to Myrtle a lot, this hotel was great!! The staff was very courteous and attentive. The room was clean and spacious, BEAUTIFUL view of the beach. "
Matt | NC
Recent Blog Post:
Duplin Winery Comes to North Myrtle Beach
December 19th, 2014 in
Myrtle Beach resort hotels
If you have never experienced the taste of sweet southern Muscadines, you are in for a treat. This spring, Duplin Winery will be opening a tasting center right here in our backyard of North Myrtle Beach. Duplin Winery has been making wine from the native Muscadine grapes for over 40 years. Duplin Winery is a… Read More »