Address: SeaWatch Landing
215 Atlantic Avenue.
Garden City Beach
South Carolina, 229576
Airport: Myrtle Beach Jet Port (10 miles)
Check in/out: Saturday 4 pm/10 am
Units:2 BDR/Sleeps six **
**The 2 bedrooms only have 1 bathroom
and are only 600 sq.ft. We recommend
only 2 adults/2 children however the units
will sleep 6.
Seawatch is a multilevel complex containing mostly two-bedroom units sleeping up to six people. The resort is just two blocks from the beach along the calm water of an inlet. The units are all fully equipped in a Hollywood open-concept living, dining and kitchen area. (Some with microwave oven). The 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath penthouse unit sleeps 8 people and boasts a spectacular view of Murrell's Inlet. All units are non-smoking and no pets are allowed.
On Site: Elevator
Outdoor pool & Hot Tub- seasonal only
Children's play area
Tennis - 3m
Medical - 4m
Golf - 2m
There are no scheduled activities on site.
HOW TO GET THERE:
Many traveler's prefer to drive to the Myrtle Beach area using either Highways I-95 and 501 and thence south on 17 to Atlantic Avenue in Garden City, or I-77 (look for the shortcut at Simpson, North of Columbia), I-20 and 501 as above.
TO HELP YOU FURTHER:
If you travel by car, stop at any state line in order to find out the location of local historic mansions or state attractions in which you might be interested. For example, Columbia has the Riverbanks Zoological Gardens. Plan your trip well and you will increase your enjoyment. Don't forget to pick up a local map and entertainment guide. If you are a member of AAA or CAA, ask them for a "trip map".
2 Bedroom/1 bath units can sleep six, however we recommend no more than two adults and two children for maximum comfort as there is only one bathroom.
Within one block from the resort you will find a first class restaurant and snack bars. A few minutes drive and you will have a number of excellent restaurants, each with its own ambience and many with a water view.
During a short walk on the beach and thence to the pier, you will see people enjoying "Hugo" burgers and ale, people fishing for flounder and BBQ pits in which the freshly caught fish are cooked. If you prefer, there is a fresh seafood market within five minutes by car.
The Myrtle Beach area is a golfers' paradise. Ask the friendly staff at Seawatch for a list of the exceptional golf courses in the area* (see below)
Even though there are miles of beaches and a large number of restaurants, there is a growing number of family oriented entertainment centers. The group, Alabama, performs in their own theater as do Dolly Parton and the Gatlin Brothers. There are many more such attractions available.
Theme restaurants such as the Nascar Café or the venerable Hard Rock Café are popular. There is even a children's park (Surf Side Beach) designed without barriers so all children, regardless of abilities, can enjoy themselves.
Shoppers will love the many discount malls and specialty stores for hours of bargain hunting. Don't miss Barefoot Landing a beautiful shopping facility with restaurants and entertainment located right on the water.
Brookgreen Gardens, a Colonial Rice Plantation with over 500 sculptures in garden settings awaits your visit.Our reception staff will be pleased to assist you in your planning.
*Please call Seawatch Inn directly at (843) 651-3518 for information on golf courses in the area.
LINKS TO ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Myrtle Beach - Seawatch Inn
Chamber of Commerce: www.myrtlebeachlive.com Phone: 843-626-7444