Murrells Inlet is centrally located south of Myrtle Beach approximately 13 miles. Situated between Garden City and the Litchfield and Pawley’s Island area, guests can expect to find an array of award-winning Myrtle Beach golf courses, shopping, seafood restaurants, watersports, historical and recreational spots. Away from the hustle and bustle of the beachfront but within minutes of a drive to the ocean, some of the best attractions on the South-End of the greater Myrtle Beach area are just around the corner from our property.
For more information on things to do in the Murrells Inlet area, you can also visit http://www.murrellsinletsc.com/
The Murrells Inlet Marshwalk & Marina 1 mile north
Situated along a section of waterfront Marsh area is The Murrells Inlet Marshwalk & Marina. The Marshwalk is home to a selection of restaurants overlooking the Inlet area known as the Murrells Inlet Marshwalk. Some of the area’s top restaurants are found here, offering a wide assortment from fresh caught seafood, sushi, wood-fired pizzas and savory Lowcountry cuisine. The Marina offers a variety of watersports and boating, or just simply enjoying the view from the Veteran’s Pier.
Visit site 1 mile north
Huntington Beach State Park
Huntington Beach State Park has miles of beach access, trails for biking, hiking & nature sight-seeing, including bird watching. On property, visitors can also explore Atalaya, the winter home of Anna Hyatt and Archer Huntington, sculptor and philanthropist, respectively, who left the park and adjacent Brookgreen Gardens as their legacy.
Nature lovers also will enjoy the park’s Nature Center and wide variety of programming, including the chance to see loggerhead turtles and other endangered plant and animal species up close. The park’s freshwater lake is a great place to see alligators, occasional minks, and other birds and wildlife. Art lovers can enjoy Atalaya Arts and Crafts Festival held in and around the home each September.
Visit site 3 miles south
Brookgreen Garden’s features acres upon acres of sculpture gardens, fountains, walking paths and scenery. They also have a small zoo featuring native animals including otters, wild turkeys, owl, eagles and other birds, deer and other domestic animals. Visitors may also participate in a Creek Cruise Pontoon Boat Ride that shows visitors the abandoned rice fields that are now home to alligators and other water critters.
Visit site 3 miles south
Waccamaw Bike Trail
Part of the Greater East Coast Greenway, this flat paved trial parallels US 17 from Murrell’s Inlet to Sandy Island Road near Huntington Beach State Park. By using sections of completed trail and roads with Share the Road signs, you can ride or walk from Murrell’s Inlet to Pawley’s Island. There are 6 miles of continuous trail and two sections of approximately 4 miles.
Visit site - situated along the front of our property running north and South along Business Hwy 17
Us and three other couples booked this hotel off of the internet without knowing anything about it. What a home run!! This hotel was perfect for us. The rooms are spacious, the pool was perfect and Aaron at the front desk was fabulous. We arrived on a Saturday night after a 15 hour drive from CT and within an hour we all agreed that we wanted to stay another night rather than go on to Myrtle Beach. Aaron was able to book us an extra night and remain in our rooms so we didn't have to move to another room. He gave us suggestions, was pleasant and made our stay perfect. We swam every night and sat up in the widow's walk with cocktails at night just enjoying the view and the breeze. Good location, not too far from Marsh Walk and close to other towns for shopping and site seeing. Great choice for all of us. I hope to have an occasion to go down that way again because this hotel was certainly worth the trip! Thanks Aaron for everything! :)"
We were in Murrell's Inlet for a business conference and stayed at the Lodge upon a recommendation. We were very impressed with the entire facility and friendly staff. Our room was spacious, clean and comfortable with a mini kitchen and full size refrigerator. A continental breakfast was served every morning. Even though we were not there to hunt or fish we noted they had storage facilities available for your gear and an area available to clean your fish and store in a walk in freezer. The Bliss Restaurant and Lounge located right next door served excellent local seafood. We shall be staying here once again when we return in November.r.”"
This is a hidden jewel in Murrell's Inlet. We have traveled throughout the U.S. and this is one of the most beautiful hotels we have stayed in. The mahogany engraved doors are just the beginning of a great suite. I would have loved this room as a studio apartment when I lived in Chicago. The staff was also amazing. Aaron and Randy were incredibly professional and courteous! Made us feel like family. I will definitely stay here again when I return. Plus it is so near so many bars and restaurants."
This hotel was selected by the bride and groom for all of their family and friends to stay. A fantastic selection! Spacious rooms, comfortable beds, great service, nice complimentary breakfast. The location is perfectly set on the main drag in Murrells Inlet, you can walk and/or drive to many restaurants, bars, gift shops, etc. We really enjoyed our stay."
My wife and I love this place! This is our place to stay now when we are in the area visiting family. Friendly staff and love the studio rooms with full kitchen, couch and dining table for 2. Luxurious showers and well done bathrooms. The rates are great for a boutique hotel experience. For the ladies, there is a Day Spa around the corner. Great place for fisherman and outdoor gear lockers for your gear. Free continental breakfast and the coffee is very good!"