Friday, February 11, 2011

Kiawah and Seabrook Vacation Rental Guide

Time is ticking for those considering traveling down to the Carolina coast for Spring Break. Take advantage now of any travel deals offered up through airlines and hotels. The Kiawah – Seabrook rentals reservations are already moving in high gear for the March and April months. I have once again put together this easy to review Kiawah and Seabrook Vacation Rental listing which has been previously listed, though I will display them again as people start thinking about Spring getaways to the low country. - Website is a useful tool to bring private owners that rent and renters together. I found our favorite Kiawah Villa on this site. The villa we rent is one of the cheaper units on the island and it even includes bicycles and a beach cart. In addition it is only short trail hike down to the beach. The website is easy to navigate through as you click on the state, city or town, and you fill in the rest of the criteria such as type of housing, number of bedrooms, etc. There is a nice little Calendar icon that when clicked displays those weeks for which the property is available. Also take notice of the different rental rate structures which depend upon season. – This company manages privately owned villas, homes, and beach homes that can be rented online. The nice thing about resort quest is that they have an office located within Freshfield shopping village that allows you to check in and inquire about additional services you may need during your stay. They will be able to help you out with bike rentals, beach chairs, golf reservations, etc. My only hang up with resort quest is the pricing can be substantially higher than They also do not list any units that are pet friendly.
3.Kiawah Island Resort – This resort includes the sanctuary and additional villas and homes managed by the island resort company. They are probably the priciest of the three rental sources listed here, though they occasionally advertise golf/tennis/spa packages that cannot be overlooked.

Flying down to the low country? Southwest airlines (that low fare airline) now flies into Charleston airport. Be cautious when searching flight times and days as Spring break weeks tend to be higher than other seasonal travel. Also consider flying in to Savannah if you cannot find a reasonably priced flight into Charleston that may be offered in Savannah. The distance between the two cities is only a few hours in a rental car.

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