- How do I make reservations?
Just give us a call and we can reserve your time!
A credit card or check is needed for reservation. Usually a 20% deposit is required for reservations.
- What is your refund/cancellation policy?
We will send you a Guest Registration Form that needs to be filled out and signed. On the form is our policy on reservations, deposits, refunds and cancellations.
- What ammenities does your house offer?
We try to make your stay as enjoyable, comfortable and fun as possible. We include:
dining table that seats 12-14 people,
dishes, pots, pans and utensils,
hardwood floors throughout 1st and 2nd floor,
beach chairs and umbrellas,
boardwalk to the beach,
5 full baths,
custom cabinetry and granite countertops throughout house,
Private entrance, and
Parking for up to 12 cars.
- Are there shops and restaurants nearby?
Absolutely! The Charleston area is home to some of the best restaurants in the low country. Virtually every type of cuisine can be found here.
Take a stroll down King Street for some really great stores, boutiques and antiques.
- Where do I check in?
You check in right at the house! There will be someone to meet you and go over the house with you. She will also give you a key to the home. It's that simple!
- If I have a problem with the house, who should I call?
We have a contract with a local maintenance agency who will handle any problems that may arrise during your stay. They are very professional, courteous and quick to respond.
The number will be posted on the Refrigerator door. So far, we have had only happy customers!
- How far is downtown Charleston from Isle of Palms?
It is about a 10-15 minute ride to Historic Downtown Charleston
Weddings on the Beach
You and your guests must be careful of the dunes for protection of sea turtles and erosion. Please make sure that your guests are aware of parking regulations and that where allowed, all four tires are completely off of the roadway. If you are having the event catered your catering company must have an Isle of Palms business license and adhere to the islands hospitality tax ordinance. No business can be performed on the beach; therefore, professional photography is prohibited. It is also a good idea to check the tide table and to advise the police department, (843) 886-6522, the day of the event in case they receive any complaints. For information about obtaining a marriage license please call Charleston County Marriage Licensing at (843) 958-5183.
Bonfires on the Beach
Fires are prohibited on the beach.
Individual fireworks are prohibited on the Isle of Palms. The City annually hosts a 4th of July fireworks display located over the ocean near 14th Avenue.
Breach Inlet Boat Landing
Agreement applications may be obtained and submitted at City Hall, 1207 Palm Boulevard, and must be accompanied by a copy of your insurance coverage for liability insurance of $300,000. The fee is $100 for full-time residents of the Isle of Palms and $200 for all others.
Hurricane Re-entry Stickers
Hurricane Re-entry Stickers used for the immediate return to the island after a mandatory evacuation has been lifted may be obtained at City Hall, 1207 Palm Boulevard, Isle of Palms. Please bring in proof of residency/ownership with picture ID and have vehicle license plate information for up to three vehicles.
Please visit the Public Works Department page for this information.
May 2 - September 10
|Mondays and Thursdays:
||Breach Inlet - 29th Ave
|Tuesdays and Fridays:
||30th - Wild Dunes
||Bag Leaves & Grass Clippings (no loose clippings or grass will be collected)
Dry trash (Garage Items)
Limbs no larger than 4" in diameter and 4' in length
White goods (washers, dryers, etc)
Mattress, box springs, sofas, etc
Fishing licenses are required for any location that you must use a boat to fish from. SC State Law prohibits fishing from any bridges. For more information on fishing visit the Isle of Palms Marina page on this website or call (843) 886-0209.
Be sure to adhere to all parking signs. Also, SC State Law requires that all four tires be completely off the roadway where along the street parking is allowed. The Front Beach area of Ocean Boulevard, between 10th and 14th Avenues, has metered parking requiring you to pay for parking using one of the ten meter kiosks located along the main street. Please follow instructions on the kiosk for payment and display your receipt properly on your vehicles dashboard.
Alcohol on Beach
Alcohol is prohibited on the beach.