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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I access the beach if I’m not staying oceanfront?

All beaches in South Carolina are available to the public. Throughout the island, walkways allow easy access to and from the beach.

How do I access activities inside gated communities? 

Sea Pines charges $5.00 per car for a day pass, which includes free parking inside the main gate on Greenwood Drive. Courtesy rides on a cute trolley will shuttle visitors throughout the plantation with stops at Harbour Town and South Beach Marinas, Beach Club, and Shopping Center. Golfers will find adequate parking at the club houses for Harbour Town, Heron Point, and Ocean Courses.

Shipyard provides a day pass for the Crowne Plaza Hotel, the Shipyard Golf Course, and the Van der Meer Tennis Center.

Why should I plan a vacation during hurricane season?

Officially, hurricane season begins June 1st and ends on November 30th. In reality, the highest probability of a hurricane making landfall along the southeastern coast is during August and September. Although a hurricane has not struck Hilton Head Island since 1896, we have had precautionary evacuations within the last thirty years. Gulf of Mexico hurricanes, like Ike and Katrina, never caused evacuations in South Carolina. As a rule, we watch for hurricanes that form off the west coast of Africa and travel across the Atlantic Ocean. These hurricanes move slowly, giving us ample time for orderly evacuations. Their unpredictable paths are what trigger hurricane watches.  Often times, the media reports a hurricane watch for the Carolinas. The combined coastline of North Carolina and South Carolina is 400 miles long and a hurricane landfall affects a tiny portion of that coast. Many Atlantic hurricanes hit north of Hilton Head and the weather here remains sunny and clear.

During a hurricane watch, the Town of Hilton Head Island may ask visitors to voluntarily evacuate the island, giving businesses and residents time to prepare. When the watch becomes a warning, the island is under a mandatory evacuation. Smart visitors protect their vacation investment by purchasing travel insurance at reasonable costs.

 

How can my group purchase a golf package?

With thorough knowledge of local courses, we arrange custom packages for golf groups. Provide us with dates, number of golfers and rounds. We can tailor it for condo locations and courses. Then we’ll break down the cost per golfer, arrange tee times, pay the courses, and ensure comfortable accommodations, including separate beds for each male golfer. Planning ahead for golf is important during spring and fall seasons. Otherwise, discounted fees for last minute tee times are available during the summer and winter months.

Where do we play the free tennis offered with our vacation rental?

Our weekly rates include one hour of tennis per day per property, except where on-site tennis courts are available to owners and guests. Courtside and Springwood condominiums have tennis memberships at Van der Meer Tennis Centers. Other Forest Beach vacationers may use this facility, pay for their tennis, and present receipts to our office where they will be reimbursed for one hour of tennis per day per property.

Shipyard guests may play at Van der Meer Tennis Center next to the Crowne Plaza Hotel. Sea Pines guests may play the Harbour Town or South Beach Racquet Clubs. The same reimbursement policy applies. Tennis facilities require advanced reservations for court time.

Instead of reimbursement for one hour of tennis per day, avid tennis players may prefer properties with on-site tennis courts for the private use of owners and their guests. Those managed by Seashore Vacations are located in: Forest Beach Villas, Inland Harbour, Lighthouse Tennis, Racquet Club, Evian, Townhouse Tennis, Waterford, …

How does a vacation property compare with a hotel?                                                          

Rental Properties 

Hotel Rooms

Require a 3 to 5 night minimum stay

Usually no nightly minimums

Most have two or more bedrooms and baths

Additional rooms add cost per stay

All have full kitchens, living & dining areas 

Some may have kitchenettes

Housekeeping during occupancy costs extra

Daily housekeeping included

 

How is the weather on Hilton Head Island?

The usual answer is sunny and seventy-five. Daytime summer air temps may go above 90° F, but ocean breezes cause beaches to feel cooler, making sunburn precautions a must. Water temps in the summer range from 80° to 85° F. Spring and fall air temperatures range from 70° to 80° F during the day and from 60° to 70° at night. Winter brings highs from 50° to 60° F and lows from 30° to 40°.

Can I bring my pet?

Few rental properties permit pets, so choices of accommodations become limited for pet owners.  Many condominium complexes prohibit pets even for property owners and this rule is strictly enforced. Sneaking a pet onto a rental property is unwise. However, the island has quality kennels available for pet boarding. Often visitors traveling with a dog will board it and spend time with the pet during the day. Dogs are allowed on the beach where leash laws and time-of-day restrictions are enforced. The island also has dog-friendly parks. For dog and cat boarding options, Evergreen Pet Lodge on Dillon Road is a reputable facility with on-site veterinary care. A second facility for dogs, Southpaw Training Center,has recently opened on Fish Haul Road.

Seashore Vacations P O Box 5071 Hilton Head Island, SC 29938 +1 (800) 845-0077

Seashore Vacations P O Box 5071 11 Executive Park Road Hilton Head Island, SC 29938 +1 (800) 845-0077 seashorehhi@gmail.com

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