While the term "Affordable Vacation Rental" may sound unbelievable to those that have never enjoyed one, long term renters consider it largely redundant. The sticker shock at seeing a multi-thousand-dollar rate for a single home can be daunting; however, even the most luxurious rental homes can be surprisingly affordable.
Consider, for example, that an oceanfront king bedroom at most of Myrtle Beach's nicer hotels will run somewhere in the neighborhood of $1,500-$1,800 for a peak summertime week. Not bad, but that room only sleeps two comfortably and you'll need to eat any meal that can't be microwaved or stored in a mini-fridge out at a restaurant. Again, not always a bad thing, but we're talking about making things affordable, and fixing breakfast and lunch at home (and even a family dinner or two) can certainly help in that regard.
By contrast, a Myrtle Beach vacation rental can accommodate your entire family, and can do it for as little as $100 per person. That’s not per night, either… that’s per week! Our affordable Myrtle Beach rentals can sleep any number from six to 32, and each comes complete with a fully-equipped kitchen, giving you the option of eating out or dining in. Perhaps the best feature, however, is a combination of privacy and togetherness of which most hotels can only dream.
While the amenities offered by each Myrtle Beach vacation rental can vary greatly, it’s important to remember that each is just steps from our single biggest attraction: the absolutely free Atlantic Ocean! Sure, we have amusement parks, waterparks, miniature golf, live shows and all of the other attractions that made Myrtle Beach famous, but the ocean is still number one. Whether it's long days on the beach with the kids or long moonlit walks (without them,) the beach is always sure to please, and you never have to wait in line to use it!
These days, the bottom line is, well, the bottom line, and we know of no other option that offers so much for so little. If you haven't made your vacation plans yet this year, give us a try, and we think you'll agree