Sneaky Peekygreat space for a small family or a few friends who want to be close to beach at a great value. Small kitchen and dining area in the studio. comfortable beds with "sneaky" ocean views from balcony .Skip those high resort fees and save your money for activities and dining :)
Amazing ocean front condoMy name is Hanna and I can not wait to host you. My place is amazing. There is an inside pool, an outside pool and gym. Resort has the best jacuzzis! Only at Caravelle .I am available for you 24/7. Enjoy this beautifully decorated ocean front unit at the Caravelle Resort. This unit 1415 consists of 1 King Bed and 1 pull out sofa bed, a full kitchen with all new appliances, oven, stove, refrigerator, microwave.View is amazing. You will love my place. I will make sure that your stay is perfect.
2nd Floor Ocean View Snowbird Friendly Studio w/ AC, WiFi, Shared Pool/Hot TubWhat is better than a beach vacation? Spending it at a resort with great amenities inside and out! Take advantage of everything this condo has to offer, and spend your days on the beach or enjoying the many amenities and perks available to you. The big draw to this property is how overly pet friendly it is! Some say it even caters more to dogs than to people. Onsite services include FURlogy Paw Spa & Retreat offering dog-sitting and grooming services. We also have a great pool area and sundeck for guests to enjoy. Each property is equipped with one or more rental boxes. Our guests enjoy free blockbuster rentals during their stay. Water Park Access - All Oceana Resorts guests receive free water park access from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Guests have unlimited access for all members of their party at either Wild Water and Wheels or Myrtle Waves. Mini Golf - All Oceana Resorts guests receive free play before 7pm for all members of their party. Lost Mine Miniature Golf is located downtown near several of our other properties. This course is open seasonally from March through October. Free Attraction Ticket Program - All Oceana Resorts guests are provided with a package of tickets from local partners. The program provides one free ticket from up to 3 partners per reservation. Additional tickets are available to purchase when the free tickets are redeemed. Details are updated seasonally on our property specific websites. Children’s Activities - This program is available at Carolinian Beach Resort, Patricia Grand, Camelot and Bay Watch each summer from mid-June through mid-August. Activities include shark tooth hunts, crafts, pool games, and more! Snowbird Activities - This program is available at Carolinian Beach Resort, Patricia Grand, Camelot and Bay Watch each winter from early January through mid-March. These activities build on the snowboard community we have each winter. Activities include card games, crafts, bingo, field trips, Waffle Wednesday meet-n-greets, and more! Additionally we host an annual Wine & Cheese reception with giveaways at both Patricia Grand and Bay Watch in mid-February. <br>This rental is located on floor 2 <br>Parking Notes: 2-story parking garage on the same side of the street as the resort. (clearance is 6’7”) They also have overflow parking across the street. Parking Pass Policy – guests booking a 1 bedroom unit or smaller will receive 1 parking pass at check-in. Guests booking a 2 bedroom unit or larger will receive 2 parking passes at check-in. Trailer parking is not permitted on site. <br>Water Access: <br>Air conditioning is only available in certain parts of the home. <br>Damage Waiver: The total cost of your reservation for this Property includes a damage waiver fee which covers you for up to $2,000 of accidental damage to the Property or its contents (such as furniture, fixtures, and appliances) as long as you report the incident to the host prior to checking out. More information can be found from the "Additional rules" on the checkout page.
Myrtle Beach has all the ingredients of a classic American beach town, but on a vastly larger scale. Its broad, soft-sand beaches go on for 60 uninterrupted miles, earning the city the nickname the Grand Strand. All that oceanfront space means you can tailor each beach day to fit your mood. Snorkel and spread out on a quiet stretch of sand, go deep-sea fishing, jet-ski, or walk the neon-lit boardwalk (presided over by a nearly 200-foot-tall Ferris wheel). If there’s anything that competes with the blue expanse of the Atlantic, it’s Myrtle Beach’s sprawling green fairways — the city is home to more than 80 golf courses, making it the golf capital of the country.
Several major airlines serve Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR), which is about 3.5 miles from downtown. Charlotte, Raleigh, and Greensboro (all in North Carolina) are the closest major cities to Myrtle Beach, each less than 200 miles away. You can easily reach the major spots around town via the local bus service, Coast RTA (pick up an unlimited pass for a day or a week ) or rideshare services. If you choose to rent a car for more sightseeing flexibility, there’s typically plenty of parking along the street and in lots near the beach. You’ll need to pay for parking around downtown from March through October; street parking is mostly free the rest of the year.
Spring and summer are Myrtle Beach’s peak seasons. Spring temperatures climb from the mid-60 degrees Fahrenheit to the upper 70s. June through September, temperatures are typically in the 80s, with brief rain showers. There is some risk of hurricanes from mid-August to mid-October, so stay on top of the forecast before you go. In the warmer months, pack sunscreen, an umbrella, and bug spray for mosquitoes. Fall temperatures gradually dip back down to the 50s and 60s. In the winter, the average low is in the upper 30s, with a very slim chance of snow.
About 18 miles from downtown, the lure of this state park is the chance to do nothing at all. The main attractions at the uncrowded 3-mile beach are the herons and egrets (the north end is a prime bird-watching spot). Dogs are allowed on leashes on Huntington’s south end, making it one of the few pet-friendly beaches in town. Hiking and biking trails lead to marshes, a nature center, and a Moorish-style castle turned museum.
The terrain and scenery of Myrtle Beach’s more than 80 championship golf courses are so varied that the city can feel like several different golf destinations in one. (It also has the world’s most mini golf courses per square mile.)
If you’re feeling nostalgic, you can play a round of Skee-Ball or get lost in the house of mirrors along this 1.2-mile boardwalk downtown. Feeling brave? Line up for any number of the adrenaline-jolting rides, like a slingshot that shoots you 300 feet into the air at roughly 100 miles per hour. To avoid waiting in line for the supersized Ferris wheel with wheelchair-accessible gondolas, buy tickets online in advance.