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- North Myrtle Beach
(1 BLOCK FROM THE BEACH!) Bring your FAMILY and PETS to stay at this Beach Home! High Speed Internet! 2 New 40 Inch TVs, Outdoor shower! like New furniture! Queen bed, Love seat folds out to become a bed, Futon folds out to become a bed! Front Patio with nice Lawn furniture and beach chairs! Less than a 10 minute drive to House of Blues, Duplin Winery, Alligator Adventure, Mini Golf! Close to Vereen Park on the Intracoastal Waterway! (This park is dog friendly with plenty of hiking trails)
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- North Myrtle Beach
Anchors Away is a private apartment in a three family house (Anchor House). This one-bedroom unit offers everything you need for a great stay-spacious kitchen with all the essentials, washer/dryer in unit, private driveway and a block to the beach. As if that isn't enough there are many great restaurants, shops and entertainment in this highly desirable area of Windy Hill Beach.
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- Cherry Grove Beach
Newly updated furnishings for 2021, this spacious 2 Bedroom 1 Bath private home is a 5 minute walk to the beach. It is located in a family community in the Cherry Grove section of North Myrtle Beach. The house has been recently remodeled. The home features fully equipped kitchen, dining, A/C and heat, washer/dryer, and wireless internet. The Living room has a sleeper couch and a flat screen TV. The first bedroom has 1 King size bed. The second bedroom has 2 Queen. 3 Car Parking. Charcoal grill.
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Your guide to North Myrtle Beach
All About North Myrtle Beach
North Myrtle Beach is the northernmost beach community on South Carolina’s Grand Strand, the popular stretch of seashore extending 60 miles down the state’s Atlantic Coast. The city’s own nine miles of shoreline are dotted with pretty beach houses and homey cottages. Peppered amongst the many North Myrtle Beach rentals, visitors will find seafood restaurants for local oysters and sweet crab, lively nightlife spots, charming shops, and theatres, as well as tranquil spas and pristine golf courses. This family favorite offers an abundance of water parks, mini-golf venues, and go-kart tracks, and there are plenty of opportunities to get out on the water with the area’s boating tours, kayak rentals, jet ski excursions, and parasailing courses. If you prefer a more relaxed beach experience, head to one of the city’s two piers for a low-key day in the ocean breeze. The area’s peaceful green spaces are also home to hiking and biking trails for outdoors aficionados, from Russell Burgess Coastal Preserve to 10-acre McLean Park with its lake and bandstands.
How do I get around North Myrtle Beach?
North Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand region is primarily served by Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR), an easy 30-minute journey from town. Larger Charleston International Airport (CHS) is around two and a half hours’ drive away. A taxi ride or renting a car are the most convenient options to get from either airport to North Myrtle Beach. While public transportation in the area isn’t extensive, there is a bus line offered by Coast RTA — Myrtle Beach’s public transit authority — which travels between stops in North Myrtle Beach and Myrtle Beach. Although car travel is convenient for getting around, many North Myrtle Beach house rentals are within easy walking distance of the beach.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in North Myrtle Beach?
Visitors are drawn to North Myrtle Beach from June through August when the days are longer and temperatures reach up into the 80s and 90s. The beach is buzzing at this time of year and the city’s range of alfresco dining options and packed program of outdoor concerts and festivals are a major draw. North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex hosts the absorbing Sounds of Summer schedule, which features a concert every third Friday of the month throughout the season. Meanwhile, Cherry Grove Pier lights up the sky — and the moonlit waves — with a fireworks display on the 4th of July. Things cool down a bit between November and March, when locals and visitors alike can enjoy the live music and winter shows at the area’s two performing arts centers.
What are the top things to do in North Myrtle Beach?
When the sun goes down, live music fans head to Barefoot Landing, an entertainment complex set along the Intercoastal Waterway. But there’s plenty more to keep all ages occupied — try your hand at the ropes course, take a ride on the carousel, or sample a local beer at the on-site brewery.
Take a walk on Cherry Grove Pier
Soak up the ocean scenery and views of the Grand Strand from Cherry Grove Pier. The wooden pier stretches 985 feet into the Atlantic and features an observation deck at the end — bring your binoculars along for some wildlife-spotting. Early risers will be rewarded with a striking sunrise as fishers set up their rods.
Everything Under the Sun Flea Market
Go on a treasure hunt at Everything Under the Sun, North Myrtle Beach’s largest flea market featuring over 100 vendors. This indoor space runs the gamut from home goods to crafts and clothing. Enjoy the search for that hidden gem, then head over to the cafe for a bite.