This winter might have you searching the Internet for Folly Beach, SC rentals. You might have heard through the grapevine that Folly Beach, SC weather has been in the 50’s and even 70’s, which is a far cry from what a groundhog has doomed you to these coming weeks.
Trade-in your snow boots for a light jacket and some sunglasses. While the beautiful Atlantic coast has been calling your name all year, you haven’t missed your opportunity to enjoy it simply because summer is far off. Even now, places to rent on Folly Beach South Carolina are being booked for family and friends to enjoy all the major attractions the locals have to offer.
Less than 30 miles away from Charleston, SC, your destination awaits with plenty of parks and delicious eats everywhere you look. You and your friends would be central to a couple of pub and brewery tours in an area with over 300 years of history! With historic sites to visit like a lighthouse and fort, and the lure of nature to create new memories, it’s time for a winter escape.
The Luxurious Tabby House
One Folly Beach rental renowned for its lovely floor plan and epic location is the Tabby House. A cozy, open living space, dining area, kitchen, and master suite sit peering over the river from the second story in this reverse-floor plan home. A unique design allows for all your activities to have the best view, with wide windows allowing natural light to that communal space and each bedroom. The custom-built home boasts six clean bedrooms to fit you and yours comfortably in a tropical island-themed space.
Edwin S. Taylor Folly Beach Fishing Pier
This 1,045-foot pier is the second-longest on the east coast of the US! It’s temporarily closed for renovations, but it is in and of itself a spectacular view. So close to the grand Tabby House, it’s worth a beach picnic and a few family photos.
Morris Island Lighthouse
First used in 1876, and well kept, the Morris Island Lighthouse is a beautiful, historic structure worthy of note. Famous for a slight lean to the NE thought to be caused by an earthquake, it’s an interesting destination must-see to mark off your itinerary. It can be accessed by beach or the Lighthouse Inlet off East Ashley Avenue.
Nearby on James Island, John Island, and Kiawah island there are plenty of Golf Courses. Some golf courses include The Ocean Course, Oak Point Golf Course, Cougar Point Golf Course, and Charleston City Golf Course and Academy.
Ways to enjoy the water
Staring out onto the private peninsula and wooden boat ramp in the Tabby House’s backyard, you might think about canoeing or kayaking through the beautiful Folly River. If the water is too cold for your liking, there are other ways to enjoy the surrounding water. Through local charters and tours, you can sit back and float along the ocean and take in the scenic views.