Newly Renovated Oceanfront Resort Close to Myrtle Beach
South Carolina’s Grand Strand consists of more than 60 miles of uninterrupted beachfront; it’s long been a vacation playground. Myrtle Beach, the Grand Strand’s highlight, has several waterfront amusement parks, more than 100 golf courses, and multiple family-friendly beaches. Just 8 miles south of here, the newly renovated Surfside Beach Resort provides private beach access for guests to enjoy. The property recently earned a TripAdvisor 2015 Certificate of Excellence.
All of the resort’s guest rooms have views of the Atlantic. Many of the deluxe ocean-view units come with private furnished balconies overlooking Surfside Beach. At the resort’s oceanfront Scotty’s Beach Bar, you can sip a cool drink on a covered patio; the bar also has seasonal live entertainment and hosts a regular karaoke night.
South Carolina’s Grand Strand: Wide Beaches and Historic Resort Communities
Locally known as the “family beach,” Surfside Beach is situated between Myrtle Beach and Pawleys Island on South Carolina’s coast. The resort town is lined with places to rent jet skis and pontoon boats, a pier for fishing, and restaurants and shops.
Pawleys Island is much more understated. The long-established resort town has welcomed the likes of George Washington and Winston Churchill since the late 1700s. Today, the community still moves at the languid pace of the Old South, thanks in part to a ban on commercial development and a ban on running very fast. Head here for the popular handicraft shops and to view the architecture in the historic district.